Monadnock Music

In an effort to keep our audience members and musicians safe during this pandemic, our 2021 summer series will feature only OUTDOOR events. Please bring your own chair/blanket, and wear a mask until you seat yourself.

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2021 Summer Season

2021 Summer Season

June 17-August 14

Featuring all outdoor concerts and events. See the full list of this year's concert dates and venues here. 

Progressive Garden Party

Progressive Garden Party

Sunday, July 18, 1-4pm

Join us for a botanical tour of our region. Set to classical music, with live soloists in each garden. More info...

Salon Concert Picnic

Salon Concert - Music from 17th-Century Rome

Thursday, August 5, 5pm

Enjoy a BYO picnic on the lawn, or purchase dinner from "The Crisp Truck" foodtruck, before a seated concert under the tent. More info...

Fundraising Gala Fire Spinning

Fundraising Gala

Wednesday, October 20, 6-8pm

Pop up musical performances, Silent Art Auction, Fire Spinning, and a Champagne Toast! Featuring Doctor Finnegan’s Circus. More info...

Game Night at Timberdoodle

Game Night at Timberdoodle

Saturday, November 13, 6-8pm

Join us for a limited size game inspired evening with a pop-up musical performance! More info...

Become a Monadnock Music Member today!

Become a Member Today!

Become a member for as little as $4.25 a month and enjoy rewards and perks all year long while supporting world-class music. More info.

William Fregosi

The Staff, Incorporators, and the Board of Trustees wish to take this opportunity to acknowledge the extraordinary contributions of William Fregosi to Monadnock Music. 

His service as Chair of the Board of Trustees, and his dedication to the work and mission of this organization has enabled it to provide to the towns and villages throughout the Monadnock Region brilliant musical concerts and events with world-class musicians. Our success in these endeavors is, in no small measure, due to his sound guidance, exemplary leadership, and his unstinting personal generosity.

His concert program notes demonstrated a deep understanding and love of the music we presented, and his scholarship and sincere devotion to Monadnock Music was reflected in his work to organize, preserve, and promote its history to the community at large. His presence will be greatly missed as a Trustee, but we wholeheartedly wish for him a life full of the spirit and joy of the music he worked so hard to share with us and the people of the Monadnock Region. 

Monadnock Music is devoted to promoting access to world-class live classical music performances in intimate and informal settings around the Monadnock region. Through a commitment to varied and imaginative performances and teaching, Monadnock Music keeps a sense of musical daring and discovery alive. Headquartered in beautiful and historic Peterborough, NH, we have the honor of presenting remarkable musical talent from all over the world.

Supported by:

We are indebted to the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts for a NH CARES Grant and to the State of New Hampshire for a Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund Grant, administered through the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority.

  • Harrisville Designs
  • New Hampshire State Council on the Arts
  • Putnam Foundation
  • People's Linen
  • C&S Wholesale Grocers
  • Hitchiner Manufacturing
  • Machina Arts
  • Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
  • Atlas Fireworks
  • Cathedral of the Pines

Von Weber Trust   Smyth Trust   Memton Fund   Getty Foundation   Getz Charitable Trust   Grimshaw Gudewicz Foundation   Eppes‑Jefferson Foundation   Amphion Foundation   Alchemy Foundation   Merrill Family Charitable Fund   Boote Fund   Hoffman Family Foundation