On Friday, July 10, the New Hampshire Music Festival will present Festival Brass at Waterville Valley Town Square from 6-7:30 p.m.
Festival Brass quintet will perform a free outdoor concert from the Gazebo Stage. All are welcome. Bring your own chairs (some seating available), get comfortable and enjoy an evening of music in the mountains.
Visit Plymouth State University this summer and enjoy full orchestra performances and chamber music concerts during a month-long festival that celebrates American music and the great outdoors. The 63d annual New Hampshire Music Festival runs July 7-Aug. 6, showcasing classical music and contemporary works from Dvorak’s New World Symphony to Pleasure Ground by New England-native Nico Muhly. Performances will be led by maestro Donato Cabrera, music director of the Las Vegas Philharmonic and California Symphony, and resident conductor of the San Francisco Symphony. This year’s festival offers all-new collaborative events, including Families Making Music programs, and Music in the Mountains with sunrise, sunset, and campground concerts. Orchestra performances start at $22; chamber concerts run $10/$25 (youth/adult). 800-779-3869, www.nhmf.org