Mountain Top Music Center
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Upcoming Shows
First Friday: The Pete and Justice Show - in the tradition of Seeger and Guthrie, with Greg Huang-Dale and Tom Rebmann
Friday, March 6, 2020 - 12:00 PM
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Greg Huang-Dale and Tom Rebmann present a tribute to iconic folk singer and activist Pete Seeger, in honor of his centennial. During his 70-year career, Seeger, who died in 2014 at 94, championed folk music as both a vital heritage and a catalyst for social change. The concert will include a bow to the legacy of Woody Guthrie, whose influence shaped Seeger and many other folk musicians.

At the Brown Church in Conway Village. First Friday concerts are free, but donations to Mountain Top's Majestic theater renovation project are greatly appreciated!

 

Please park on the street or across the road at the Pequawket Park lot. We will hold two handicapped spots in front of the church. DO NOT park in the lot by the Robert Frost School. Thanks!

 

 

The Magic of the Orchestra - Children's Program
Saturday, March 7, 2020 - 4:00 PM
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The Mountain Top Community Orchestra presents a program of kid-friendly pieces designed to introduce young listeners (and folks of every age!) to orchestra music, including Camille Saint-Saëns "Carnival of the Animals," Joseph Haydn's "Surprise Symphony," selections from the score of Harry Potteand themes from a variety of of Pixar films. The audience will enjoy interactive elements, narration, and close acquaintance with instruments and players. Bring the whole family, all the kids you know!

 

The orchestra is under the direction of Dr. Julia Howell, Mountain Top's director of education. 

 

At Tin Mountain Conservation Center - $10/person, $20/family at the door.       

Public Concert & Workshop: Windborne
Sunday, March 15, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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For 15 years, Windborne has collected and studied polyphonic vocal music from traditional singing masters of cultures around the world. Windborne is able to shift among radically different genres like no band you have ever heard – they're as comfortable with an improvised Corsican couplet song as an English ballad.

 

Lynn Mahoney Rowan, Will Thomas Rowan, Lauren Breunig, and Jeremy Carter-Gordon share a vibrant energy onstage; their connection to each other and to the music is clearly evident. They educate as they entertain, telling stories about the music and explaining the characteristics and stylistic elements of the traditions in which they sing. 

 

At the Brown Church in Conway Village.

 

Windborne will conduct a workshop at Mountain Top Music Center from 3 to 5 PM.

Workshop only: 3-5, $30/person
Concert only: 7:30, $25/person
Both: $40

Mountain Top Chamber Ensemble
Saturday, March 21, 2020 - 2:30 PM
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Music from the 17th to the 21st century, played by four, three and two instruments. Kimi Goodwin, recorders; Jon Goodwin, clarinet; Chris Nourse, viola: Kate Vachon, flute. 

 

At the Cook Memorial Library, 93 Main Street in Tamworth Village. Free, but donations to Mountain Top's programs are gratefully accepted.

First Friday and 24 Hours of Music Kickoff: Music from the Cape Verde Islands with Justin Ramos & friends
Friday, April 3, 2020 - 12:00 PM
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Kick off our 24 Hours of Music celebration as Mountain Top Music piano faculty member Justin Ramos and friends present music of the Cape Verde Islands. The islands, located off the west coast of Africa, blend Portugese and African heiritages. Cape Verdean music has a style all its own, and ranges from the dreamy blues-like morna to sprited coladeira melodies.

 

Justin will share his own family connections to Cape Verde, and introduce us to this rarely-heard genre.

 

At the Brown Church in Conway Village. First Friday concerts are free, but donations to Mountain Top's Majestic theater renovation project are greatly appreciated!

 

Please park on the street or across the road at the Pequawket Park lot. We will hold two handicapped spots in front of the church. DO NOT park in the lot by the Robert Frost School. Thanks!

 

 

 

Marlene Dietrich Tribute & Dinner - a 24 Hours Prelude Event!
Friday, April 3, 2020 - 6:30 PM
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Vanessa Schukis, character mezzo actress, presents a tribute to the legendary Marlene Dietrich, accompanied by Mountain Top's George Wiese on piano. 

 

This is a dinner/show combination, at the charming Inn at Crystal Lake in Eaton Center. Dinner begins at 6:30, with the performance after the main course. See this engaging and talented singer up close and personal as she brings Marlene to life in all her sultry elegance, and enjoy a fine meal prepared by the Inn. (Tickets for this event available only through Mountain Top!)

 

This performance is a prelude to Mountop Music's 24 Hours of Music fundraiser, and a benefit for Mountain Top. Limited seating, so reserve soon!

 

 

 

24 Hours of Music!
Saturday, April 4, 2020 - 12:00 PM
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Sunday, April 5, 2020 - 1:00 AM
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Mountain Top's 10TH ANNUAL fund-raiser and celebration of all things musical in the Mt Washington Valley. This year, headquartered at the NEW Mountain Top digs on the 2nd floor of the Bolduc Block (the Majestic Building), and in other spaces around the building. Details as available at the Mountain Top website

 

From noon Saturday, April 4 to noon Sunday, April 5. Student and faculty performances ON THE MAJESTIC STAGE, jam sessions,sample classes and MUCH MORE!

 

COME JOIN US!

A Soprano's Broadway Songbook
Friday, April 24, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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An evening on Broadway with Rebecca Robbins, featuring songs and stories from her 18 year career as a soprano in the musical theatre industry. From The Golden Age to the contemporary, she'll detail the soprano's evolution to keep up with the ever changing tastes of Broadway composers and audiences. She will be joined by her frequent collaborator, Claudia Pellegrini, on violin, with Geoffrey Langley on piano. 

 

Tickets $25/person.

At Tin Mountain Conservation Center, Albany, NH

First Friday: Bruce Berquist, original works
Friday, May 1, 2020 - 12:00 PM
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Bruce Berquist, the newest member of the Mountain Top faculty, presents a multi-media performance of original pieces. All his life, Bruce says, he has been “an intrigued explorer of the world’s emotions and cultures, its beliefs and religions, its darkness and its brightness, of people’s differences and what we all have in common.” 

 

At the Brown Church in Conway Village. First Friday concerts are free, but donations to Mountain Top's Majestic theater renovation project are greatly appreciated!

 

Please park on the street or across the road at the Pequaket Park lot. We will hold two handicapped spots in front of the church. DO NOT park in the lot by the Robert Frost School. Thanks!

Home Concert: The Great Necks Guitar Trio Plays Bach and More!
Friday, May 8, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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The Great Necks Guitar Trio has enchanted audiences across the US with its whimsical, interactive, and daring performances. Founded by guitarists Scott Borg, Adam Levin, and Matthew Rohde, the trio, through its original madcap arrangements, stretches the conventions — and at times, the physical limits — of the guitar. Praised as "supremely satisfying and original" (Classical Guitar Magazine), they share an exuberant romp through several centuries of orchestral and keyboard repertoire.

 

As soloists, educators, and composers, Scott Borg, Adam Levin, and Matthew Rohde have distinguished careers of their own, marked by regular festival and concert appearances across five continents and a growing solo discography on the Naxos and Odradek labels. Borg, Levin, and Rohde co-founded Kithara Project, Inc., a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote widespread and equitable access to the classical guitar worldwide, particularly in the US and Latin America. The organization actively oversees classical guitar programs for at-risk youth in Boston, Albuquerque, and Mexico City.

 

The trio performs on a set of guitars — ‘Aranda,’ ‘Paladina,’ and  'Helios’ — by Stephan Connor. 

 

$35/person, limited seating. At a private house in Jackson, NH. Please be sure to save your confirmation email, and click the "tickets" link to see directions. 

Heliand Consort Home Concert - Kindred Spirits: Music & Letters of Brahms and the Schumanns
Saturday, May 16, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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The Heliand Consort upends the traditional concert experience with its unique blend of chamber music, new music and songs. In this program of music and letters, featuring oboe, clarinet and piano, the Consort will delve into the music and friendship of Johannes Brahms, Clara Schumann, and Robert Schumann.


  JOHANNES BRAHMS :: Sonata in F Minor for clarinet & piano
  ROBERT SCHUMANN  ::  3 Romances for oboe and piano
  CLARA SCHUMANN :: Variations on a Theme by R Schumann
  JOHANNES BRAHMS  ::  Liebeslieder Walzer, arr. Oprea

    $35/person, at a private house in Silver Lake.
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MacKenzie Lewis White Scholarship Benefit Concert
Sunday, June 14, 2020 - 5:30 PM
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Will You Go Lassie, Go? from 2019 benefit concert remembering Rod MacKenzie, Peter White and Peter Lewis; benefit for an annual scholarship for a graduating high school senior continuing their study of music.

Linda Ronstadt Tribute Concert
Saturday, July 11, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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Bonsal Blues Community Concert and Dance Bands
Monday, July 20, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival comes to Conway!
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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The Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival brings a program of chamber works from its 2020 season to Conway audiences. Included in this performance:

 

Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F Major, K. 370

Beethoven: Piano Quartet in E-Flat Major, Op. 16

Bizet: Jeaux d’enfants for Piano Four-Hands, Op. 22

Saint-Saens: Piano Quartet in B-Flat major, Op. 41 

 

All seats, $27

In the newly-renovated Majestic Theatre on Main Street!

Big Moose Festival Grand Finale - Bach's mass in B Minor
Sunday, September 6, 2020 - 3:00 PM
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Friends of Music
Monday, September 7, 2020 - 6:00 PM
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Concert remembering Harvey Baldwin and Bob Bramble; and a benefit to raise scholarship funds for youth students at Mountain Top.

Jed Wilson and Tony Falco
Saturday, September 26, 2020 - 7:30 PM
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Pianist Jed Wilson and drummer Tony Falco are old friends and collaborators who first met when studying jazz at New England Conservatory. At NEC, they recognized a strong affinity but lost touch in the years after graduation as they traveled different geographical and musical roads. Jed played in jazz and singer-songwriter settings, most notably with acclaimed vocalist Heather Masse. Tony honed his skills as an improviser, including with avant-garde legend Tisziji Muñoz.

 

 

More recently, they both found themselves living in the wilds of New England. They got in contact and began recording together. The resumption of their collaboration resulted in the 2015 trio release Traces, with bassist Aryeh Kobrinsky. In 2019 they decided to continue their exploration of free improvisation by paring things down to the duo format. At this concert, we'll enjoy the results of their impressive on-the-spot improv skills. 

 

$35/person. Venue TBA. 

Sponsor a Seat at The Majestic!
Monday, June 15, 2020 - 12:00 PM
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PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

“Take a seat” at the Majestic!

This spring, Mountain Top Music Center will open the doors of the fully renovated Majestic Theatre. As we spend the winter preparing for our big opening, we're asking you to help us invest in the equipment and furnishings we need in order to bring the Majestic to life. Sponsorship of the seats is a wonderful way for YOU to participate in this effort!

How it works...

On the following screens, you can choose various ways to "sponsor a seat" (or several!)  All seat sponsorships are in perpetuity and come with the option to add a plaque to the seat bearing a name or dedication.

 

PLEASE NOTE: In order to make this process work conveniently online, we’ve set up seat selection and sponsorship payment in our ticketing software – that means, it’ll look just as if you’re purchasing tickets to an event (with the date selected as June 15th, the day the seats are scheduled to be installed!)

 

There are three levels of sponsorship in this campaign:

$250 – Choose from seats shown in blue

$500 – Choose from seats shown in orange

$1000 – Choose from seats shown in gold*

*special benefit at the $1000 dollar (and above) level – early ticket purchase option to all ticketed events produced by Mountain Top for the next two years!

 

Click "Get Tickets" to get started

 

If you are interested in making a major gift to this campaign, please contact MTMC Executive Director George Wiese at 603-447-4737 ext. 304. Donors contributing at the $5000 and above level may choose naming options for any two available seats in the theatre, regardless of section.

Please email office@mountaintopmusic.org if you have any questions.  
Directions to home concerts are on the ticket(s) (not the confirmation email).  Click the link in your confirmation mail to see your tickets. You may print your ticket(s) at home or use the electronic ticket(s) on your mobile phone. Please bring your ticket(s) to the event.