Meadow Hall is the Groton Hill’s 300-seat concert hall, boasting floor-to-ceiling windows at the rear of the stage, where lush rolling hills and meadows – and some stunning sunsets – will serve as the backdrop for professional concerts by the finest musical artists and ensembles in classical and contemporary music.
A New Chapter in Groton Music History Begins
A Steinway concert grand piano, donated to Groton Hill by gallery owner Paul Matisse, was moved on March 30 from Groton’s famed Kalliroscope Gallery on Main Street to crown the Meadow Hall stage at the new home of the Groton Hill Music Center on Old Ayer Road.
Sponsor Spotlight: Peter and Karen Burk of Groton
Above from left: Karen and Peter Burk with Susan Randazzo at our 2016 Hootenanny Fundraiser Concert sponsors Peter and Karen Burk of Groton have been involved with Indian Hill in…Read More
Sponsor Spotlight: Red Hat, Inc., Westford, MA – Connecting to Community with John Flanagan
For the past 14 years, Westford-based Red Hat, Inc. has been a generous supporter of our free Bach’s Lunch concerts for seniors. This support was initiated by John Flanagan, Red…Read More
Announcing Groton Hill Music Center
Indian Hill Music, Leading Non-Profit Music Organization, Announces New Name and New Home: Groton Hill Music Center Architecturally Stunning Destination for Music to Open in Fall 2022 in Groton, MA …Read More
When should my young child start learning music?
Indian Hill Music School Director of Education Pete Robbins answers some of the most frequent questions families have about starting music studies. Our first post focuses on the littlest music…Read More
Sponsor Spotlight: Henry and Dorothy Woodle of Groton Ayer Realty Trust
Dorothy (Dot) and Henry Woodle are long-time Groton residents and founders of Groton Ayer Realty Trust, which owns several industrial properties in the area. They have been Indian Hill Music…Read More