Electric Earth gives affordable public concerts in the Monadnock Region that are meant to inspire, educate, and entertain, often looking beyond music to its connections to the other arts. We also provide music free of charge to groups in the Monadnock region whose members may not easily be able to attend public concerts, but who will benefit from the healing and educational power of live music.

2017 Concerts

  • Verona String Quartet

    Laser-sharp intensity and total commitment have gained the Verona a place atop the new generation of string quartets. Their program includes Beethoven’s Quartet in  c-sharp minor, Op. 131, Shostakovich’s 7th string quartet, and Mozart’s C major Viola Quintet, K. 515. Electric Earth Artistic Director Jonathan Bagg will join the Verona Quartet in Mozart’s magnificent quintet, […]

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  • Fire & Grace

    Virtuoso Violin meets Celtic Guitar Fire & Grace takes its audience on a journey that connects the elements of classical, folk, and contemporary musical traditions from around the world. A Prelude by Bach is followed by an Irish reel; a tango by Piazzolla transitions to a Spanish love song; Vivaldi’s “Winter” moves seamlessly into a […]

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    Three of Cleveland’s top musicians will perform for the first time at Electric Earth. The husband-wife duo of Daniel Gilbert and Donna Lee, with cellist Keith Robinson will play music ranging from Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Brahms to a trio by the film composer Nino Rota, who is perhaps best known for his music to “The […]

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  • Celtic Violinist Jamie Laval

    Jamie Laval captures the soul of Scottish music on his fiddle, mixing his spellbinding mastery of its distinctive technique with deeply informed descriptions of an ancient musical style that was the source of much of the American folk tradition. His virtuosic performances of traditional Celtic music combine ancient village dance melodies, foot percussion, and even […]

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  • David Breitman plays Beethoven & Schubert

      MUSIC OF BEETHOVEN AND SCHUBERT with David Breitman, fortepiano: Six Bagatelles, op, 126 (1823-24)      Ludwig van Beethoven Four Impromptus Op. 90 (1827)            Franz Schubert Sonata in E major, op. 109 (1820-21)       Beethoven Eminent fortepianist David Breitman is equally at home on the modern piano, and enjoys […]

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  • Summer Serenades

    The Septet in E-flat Op 20 of Beethoven, and Brahms’ Serenade in D major Op 11,  are both peak achievements from each composers’ youth. We present them on a concert that highlights the glorious sonority of winds and strings, filling the stage of the Jaffrey Meetinghouse in celebration the arrival of midsummer. The cast of […]

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  • Jesse does Jazz!

    NOTE: CONCERT MOVED TO PETERBOROUGH TOWN HOUSE (NEXT DOOR TO BASS HALL) Electric Earth Concerts regulars know The Horszowski Trio well from their electrifying performances at EEC.  Their violinist Jesse Mills moonlights as a jazz musician.  Here’s your opportunity to hear another side of Jesse’s brilliant musical persona, with his other band, the Hope Quartet.  Joining Jesse […]

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  • Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano & Brent Funderburk, Piano

    Frequent appearances at the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic and Cleveland Orchestra, and this year as Carmen at the Boston Lyric Opera, do not keep Jennifer Johnson Cano from offering one of her lovingly crafted programs to the EEC audience. Her velvety mezzo voice will shine in a program that includes Arianna a Naxos by […]

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  • Borromeo Quartet

    The always-revelatory Borromeo Quartet brings its powerful magic to Peterborough, with Mozart’s Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K. 546, Mendelssohn’s String Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op. 13 and César Franck’s rarely-heard masterpiece, the String Quartet in D major. This concert is generously sponsored by Grove Street Fiduciary in Peterborough. Winner of the […]

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  • Horszowski Trio plays all-Schumann

    The miraculous talents of the Horszowski (Hor-SHOV-ski) Trio are well-known to EEC audiences. Their 2017 program comprises the three trios by the arch-romantic, Robert Schumann. Hailed by The New Yorker as “destined for great things,” when the members of the trio– Jesse Mills, Raman Ramakrishnan, and Rieko Aizawa – played together for the first time, they immediately […]

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  • ACRONYM Baroque String Band: Battle of Vienna

    Works by two great 17th century composers, Heinrich Biber and Johann Schmelzer along with modern premieres of long forgotten music make up ACRONYM’s typically fascinating and resourceful program. It concludes with two famous works of “battle” music from the Viennese baroque.  

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  • Antigoni Goni & New Morse Code: Hymn to the Muse

    The charismatic Greek guitar virtuoso takes inspiration from her native region in this collaborative program for solo guitar, flute, and strings, with music evoking the Greek world and other folk traditions. Cello-Percussion Duo, New Morse Code, returns to EEC for the second half of this program. Works for solo guitar, flute & viola  by Mikis Theodorakis, […]

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  • Duets, Trios, and Quartets with Ilana Davidson & Jazimina MacNeil

    Two wonderfully contrasting voices join together in great moments from three centuries of music for soprano, mezzo and strings: J.S. Bach: Cantata 209 Frank Martin: Sonnets à Cassandre Dvorak: Terzetto for 2 violins & viola Vivaldi & Bach duets Ilana Davidson, soprano & Jazimina MacNeil, mezzo Laura Gilbert, flute Gabriela Diaz & Jennifer Elowitch, violins Jonathan […]

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  • Gala Fundraiser with Sandro De Palma, piano

    Celebrate the holiday season an EEC at our annual fundraising concert. Returning to the US concert stage after a long absence, Italian pianist Sandro De Palma brings European elegance and panache to a program of beloved keyboard works by Gluck, Clementi, and Beethoven. A $75 donation will give us a boost toward meeting our end-of-year goals […]

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  • New Hampshire State Council on the Arts


    Electric Earth has been awarded a grant from the State Arts Council! We are thrilled to have this generous support from our home state. A General Projects grant will help us to reach hundreds of schoolchildren in their classes, as well as residents of several life-sharing and special needs communities in our area. The State grant supplements an award from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) that we received earlier this year.

EEC in the Community

  • A week of concerts in the community

    On November 1, 2, and 3 EEC  brings music, song, and stories into three area schools: Rindge Elementary, Jaffrey Grade School, and ConVal High. Among our area residents are some spectacular musicians: Jazmina MacNeil (Chesham), Nicholas Burns, and Louisa Stonehill (Keene) joined Jonathan Bagg for a week devoted to outreach–5 concerts in all.

    Also visited: Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center, and Lukas Community in Temple.

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The Waldo and Alice Ayer Trust, Citizens Bank  |  The Bean Family Foundation  |  The Lizzie Cheney Trust  |  Citizens Bank & Getz Charitable Trust  |  The Putnam Foundation  |  The Madelaine Von Weber Trust  |  The National Endowment for the Arts  |  The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation  |  The JWK Trust  |  Terra Nova Trust

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