Monadnock Music

Town House Concerts

Exceptional large-scale productions of symphonies, operas, solo performers, traveling choirs, and famous composers.
Doors open 30 minutes prior to each concert.

Town House Opening Night!

Saturday, July 22, 7:30 pm

Members Party, 5:30 pm

Concert planning is in process now, we'll have more details soon!

Mozart’s Requiem: An Exploration of a Masterpiece

Sunday, July 30, 3:00 pm ~ Peterborough Town House

Reception to follow.

Harvard Summer Chorus

Winnie Nieh, soprano

Caitlin Felsman, mezzo-soprano

Patrick Waters, tenor

Sumner Thompson, baritone

Musical Program:

Mozart's Requiem

This season, the Harvard Summer Chorus will perform Mozart’s Requiem like you’ve never heard it before. Upon his death in 1791, Mozart had only completed fragments and outlines of his work, and Franz Süßmayr composed the rest of the “Mozart” Requiem the following year. The Summer Chorus will journey through the mystery surrounding the work, opening the concert by performing only the fragments of the Requiem that Mozart himself composed, followed by a world première entitled “tegruseR,” composed by guest conductor and artist-in-residence Michael Ostrzyga. The concert will conclude with the first performance of a new completion of the Requiem written by Ostrzyga, who will also conduct our performances. Maestro Ostrzyga is the Music Director at the University of Cologne where he conducts the Symphony Orchestra, Choir, and Chamber Choir, and he has gained an international reputation as a composer of choral music, having been commissioned by performers and festivals around the globe. The chorus is once again honored to be joined by the renowned Boston Modern Orchestra Project.

Beethoven Symphony Cycle, Year 3

Friday, August 4, 7:30 pm ~ Peterborough Town House

Reception to follow.

Monadnock Music Symphony Orchestra
Gil Rose, conductor

Monadnock Music’s popular Complete Beethoven Symphony Cycle continues.

Musical Program:

Fidelio Overture

Symphony No. 2 in D major

Symphony No. 5 in C minor


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