The KPC strives to provide high quality concert programs with a variety of musical styles - something for everyone! Our current membership boasts singers aged from 17 to 80+; folks who are employed in and retired from varied professions. We’re from many communities in New Hampshire, Vermont & Massachusetts.
Each year, the Keene Public Library offers many hundreds of programs for audiences of all ages. Check out our online calendar for upcoming celebrations, lectures, discussions, performances, classes, workshops, exhibits, and more.
KPL always has something going on. Visit us online or in person for free internet & wi-fi, classes, workshops, and events & a huge selection of books, CDs, & DVDs.
The KSC Music Department offers two Bachelor of Music degree programs, in music education and music performance, and a Bachelor of Arts in Music degree program with optional specializations in music technology and music composition. We offer courses for music majors and non-majors in the department, as well as numerous performing groups of all types, a dedicated team of music faculty, and many, many talented and friendly students! We are proud that all of our degree programs are fully accredited by the prestigious National Association of Schools of Music.
World harmony teen and adult community chorus for men and women. Participants learn to sing traditional songs from America, the Republic of Georgia, South Africa, Bulgaria, Quebec, Corsica, American folk and more; no previous experience or music-reading ability required. Wednesday evenings 7 - 9 pm at the Unitarian Church (KUUC)in downtown Keene. Fall and Winter/Spring sessions.
Lynn and Will Rowan are veteran workshop leaders with Northern Harmony and Renewal, teachers for Village Harmony, and members of the award-winning trio Windborne. They have traveled the world collecting songs. Lynn and Will have an energetic, easy-going teaching style. They teach not only the notes, but also new ways of using one's voice and stories of all the places the songs originate. Please see the website for current dates of sessions and concerts.
The MacDowell Colony nurtures the arts by offering creative individuals of the highest talent an inspiring environment in which to produce enduring works of the imagination.
The Mariposa is a "hands-on" museum or folk artifacts from around the world. Our exhibits, performances and programs, inviting for all ages, celebrate the rich diversity of world cultures and the common humanity that connects us all.
MoCo Arts is a non profit, community-based, family-centered organization offering a unique combination of arts and fitness experiences for all, ages 18 months to 100. We welcome everyone and greet them where they are in their movement and creative arts journey.
Our professional and accomplished artist/educators and certified wellness and fitness teachers have years of teaching and artistic credits behind them and they are passionate about what they do. Tuition covers 2/3 of our costs, and, because we are a non-profit institution, we rely on donations and grants to fund the remainder.
The Monadnock Chorus is a volunteer, non-profit organization with the purpose of performing choral works in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. We present our members with the opportunity to sing some of the most beautiful music ever written. We also give our audiences the chance to hear this wonderful music performed live right in our own geographical area.
Monadnock Folklore Society's purpose is to increase the visibility of folk dance and music events in southern New Hampshire, provide new venues for performers, and provide educational services in the folk arts to the community.