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.
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Outreach Events

  • Congregation Ahavas Achim

    EEC’s resident ensemble, Horszowski Trio, plays a benefit concert for Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention.

  • Crotched Mountain Center

    Auréole stops in to play a mid morning concert for the students and staff at Crotched Mountain in their beautiful auditorium.

  • Plowshare Farm

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

  • Lukas Community

    Auréole Trio comes to Lukas to play Debussy’s revolutionary work for flute, viola and harp and music from Israel by Paul Ben-haim and Lior Navok.

  • Plowshare Farm

    Oren Fader and Ilana Davidson joined EEC directors Gilbert and Bagg for a concert of “Music from the Heart”, including music by Franz Schubert (Arpeggione Sonata, played by Bagg and Fader), Villa Lobos’s haunting Bachianas Brasileiras no. 5, Ned Rorem’s Romeo and Juliet Suite and some solo Bach.

  • Bass Hall, Peek into Peterborough

    EEC, Metropolitan Museum Mentor, Nitza Horner and Avaloch Farm Music Institute partnered to present Paint the Music, an adventure in listening and painting the music, for people of all ages. This was a free concert and part of “Peek into Peterborough” day. Bass Hall had its doors open wide to the entire community and over […]

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