LITTLETON — Indian Hill Music, which has been offering music education and performances for the past 38 years, announced Wednesday that it is officially doing business as Groton Hill Music Center, and has launched grotonhill.org, a new online presence showcasing the organization’s music education programs and professional concerts.
This is the next step in the organization’s move to its new 126,000-square-foot music education and performance facility at 122 Old Ayer Road in Groton, which will open to the public on Sept. 6.
Registration is now open at grotonhill.org for all fall Groton Hill Music School programs. Fall open house events will be announced this summer.
Tickets are now on sale for concerts in Groton Hill’s Meadow Hall, a 300-seat performance space, with rich, warm and enveloping acoustics. A glass-walled stage incorporates the changing sky and surrounding picturesque meadow into performances by high-profile and award-winning musicians. Concerts in The Concert Hall, Groton Hill’s world-class, 1,000-seat performance space, will be announced at a later date.
Concerts in Meadow Hall begin in October, and feature noteworthy artists in global music, Celtic, bluegrass, chamber music and jazz, including Brian O’Donovan’s Celtic Roots & Branches, Grammy-winning vocalist Catherine Russell, guitar legend Bill Frisell, and fiddle phenom Michael Cleveland.
Until September, all lessons, classes, ensembles, summer programs, recitals, and concerts will continue to take place at Indian Hill Music, 36 King St., Littleton.
For more information about all upcoming concerts, education and performance events, visit grotonhill.org.