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 literature, dance, and visual art. 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.


Soon we will announce our 2015 season, but right now is a great time to lend your support, as this year draws to a close and we firm up next year’s plans. Despite our slender budget, EEC presented 31 concert and outreach events this season. The ratio of dollars to artistic product is extremely high. You can be sure whatever you give will contribute directly to the excitement we are bringing to our region!

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Outreach Events

  • Plowshare Farm

    EEC Musicians Adela Pena & Lilit Gampel, violins, Stephanie Fong & Jonathan Bagg, violas; Greg Hesselink, cello perform selections from “Quintet-sential” concert of string quintets by Mendelssohn & Brahms.

  • Summerhill Memory Care, Peterborough

    Brahms and Mendelssohn make their way to Summerhill, with  violinists Adela Pena and Lilit Gampel, violists Stephanie Fong and Jonathan Bagg, and cellist Greg Hesselink

  • Benefit Concert for Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention

    The Horszowski Trio performs a benefit concert for Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention. The program includes Franz Schubert’s Sonatensatz in B-flat; Bright Sheng’s 4 movements for piano trio & Robert Schumann’s trio # 2 in F major.

  • Lukas Community

    Horszowski Trio & EEC Musicians perform selections from Schubert’s Trout Quintet, Schulhoff’s Concertino, and Dvorak’s Bass Quintet, and Eric Moe’s brand new Trio “Welcome to Phase Space”.

  • Rivermead Lifecare Community, Peterborough

    Members of the Horszowski Trio in an open rehearsal at Rivermead

  • Plowshare Farm

    Auréole plays Debussy Sonate and Ibert’s Deux Interludesafter lunch in the beautiful common room at Plowshare.

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