The MAPLE LEAF SEVEN

Sunday, June 20th at 3pm
On the North Haverhill Common

photo of performers

Vermont’s own traditional jazz band provides Dixieland and classic swing throughout the northeast for jazz lovers and dancers.

Bring a blanket or folding chairs, and your own (non-alcoholic) refreshments, to make the afternoon complete!

Please observe social distancing.

No rain date – performance will be cancelled in the event of bad weather.

Donations will be greatly appreciated.

Come experience the delights of superb brass music on a hot summer day, performed by the Royal Towne Brass Quintet. Performing an exciting variety of music, from Renaissance to Rags, Bach to Bebop, and Miller to Marches with some patriotic songs sprinkled in between, the group has played numerous concerts and functions all around Vermont and New Hampshire.

Bring a blanket or folding chairs, and your own (non-alcoholic) refreshments, to make the afternoon complete!

Please observe social distancing.

No rain date – performance will be cancelled in the event of bad weather.

Donations will be greatly appreciated.

The ROYAL TOWNE BRASS QUINTET

Sunday, July 11th at 3pm
On the North Haverhill Common

Image by Unhindered by Talent, CC BY-SA 2.0.

North Country Chamber Players

  • Saturday, August 7th at 4pm ~ MOZARTIANA
  • Saturday, August 14th at 4pm ~ DVORAK’S PASSIONS

Both August concerts will be performed at historic Alumni Hall in Haverhill Corner.

Admission is free, but reservations are required due to public health space limitations. Please reserve a seat at the North Country Chamber Players website.

Donations at each event will be greatly appreciated.

Image by Kinomalar; licensed with CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.

Mozartiana

When Mozart decided to add a 2nd viola to the string quartet form, he opened up new worlds of expression, harmonic possibilities and grandiose scope. His String Quintet in C Major gloriously combines an exhilarating spirit with a profound sense of seriousness, and synthesizes, perhaps for the first time, the intimacy of a string quartet with the epic breadth of a symphony.

Dvorak’s Passions

Antonin Dvorak wrote music with consistent style, outstanding craftsmanship, beautiful melodies, rhythmic vitality and uncommon charm. Like Mozart, he composed an early string quintet, but his unique addition was the double bass, creating a lush, fullness of sound that borders on the edge of a chamber orchestra, throughout.

Antonin Dvorak. Image from Wikimedia Commons (public domain)

Important Note: While seating at Alumni Hall will be arranged for social distancing, the chairs will be moveable, and groups attending together may rearrange them if they wish to do so. Audience members may be unmasked when seated, but we ask that they mask-up when entering, leaving, and walking around inside the Hall.

Historic Haverhill, Inc. gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and our many friends who annually contribute to our organization.
Thank You!