LITTLETON -- Whether you enjoy live orchestral music, chamber music, or jazz, Indian Hill Music invites you to experience it all right here in Littleton with convenient venues, affordable tickets, free parking and world-class guest artists.

View complete season online at or request a free copy of our series brochure at 978-486-9524.

Now in its 39th season of music-making, the Orchestra of Indian Hill will perform six classical concerts at Littleton High School Performing Arts Center. Artistic Director and Conductor Bruce Hangen says that, "Music has the power to transform lives in all kinds of ways ... As performers, we've experienced this transformation first-hand, thanks to the genius of composers like Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Mahler, all of whom are represented in this season's programming."

Highlights include an all-Beethoven program on Oct. 20; Brahms's Symphony No. 4 and Tomasi's Trumpet Concerto with BSO principal trumpet Thomas Rolfs (Nov. 16); marimba soloist Brandon Ilaw performing Sejourne's Concerto for Marimba & Strings (Jan. 26); Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings (Feb. 23); Prokofiev's Romeo & Juliet Suite and Elgar's Cello Concerto with cellist Denise Djokic (March 16); and Mahler's Symphony No. 1 (April 12).


Concertgoers also enjoy many enhancements to the concert experience, from our Prelude Dinners and Luncheons, to post-concert coffee and Stage Talk chats with Bruce and musicians.

For chamber and jazz aficionados, Indian Hill offers five chamber music evenings at The Kalliroscope Gallery in Groton opening with pianist Sergey Schepkin (Oct. 26). New this season is the Marjorie Besas Memorial Concert Series, four free concerts featuring a mix of musical styles by our professional Music School faculty and Orchestra of Indian Hill musicians.

View all concert offerings online. To order single tickets or money-saving subscriptions, call 978-486-9524 ext. 116 or visit