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.


2016 Concerts

  • Foliage: Aureole Trio & Jazimina MacNeil


    Laura Gilbert and her trio colleagues join with mezzo-soprano Jazimina MacNeil in autumnal music for flute, viola, harp and voice by Ian Krouse, Earl Kim, Maurice Ravel, and others.

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    • Sunday Oct 9, 2016 4:00 PM
    • First Church, Jaffrey, NH
    • $25
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  • Finale: Mostly Mozart with Olivier Cave


    Renowned Swiss-Italian pianist returns to EEC for a performance of Mozart piano concertos and more, with an ensemble of EEC musicians!

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    • Sunday Nov 13, 2016 4:00 PM
    • First Church, Jaffrey Center
    • $25
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  • Indra Jazz Trio


    We are delighted to announce the return of Indra to open our 2016 in Bass Hall. Electric Earth Concerts is delighted to present Indra, the jazz-folk-traditional trio that showcases the stellar vocal talent of singer Indra Rios-Moore. After winning the Danish Music Award, the highest national recognition in Denmark, Indra relocated to the U.S. a […]

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  • The Verona Quartet


    Hailed as “thoughtful, impressive musicians” (Cleveland Classical), the Verona Quartet – Jonathan Ong, violin, Dorothy Ro, violin, Abigail Rojansky, viola and Warren Hagerty, cello – is winner of the 2015 Concert Artists Guild Competition, along with several other international prizes. The Verona has performed across four continents in venues such as Wigmore Hall in London, Izumi […]

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  • Brahms: Horn Trio


      7:30 pm First Church, Jaffrey 14 Laban Ainsworth Way Jaffrey, NH 03452 Renowned pianist Mihae Lee and her husband, distinguished horn player William Purvis, are joined by violinist Jessica Lee in a concert of trios featuring the noblest brass instrument, including Brahms Trio Op. 40, and “Twilight” by American master John Harbison. A rare […]

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  • Trio Cleonice

    Trio Cleonice

    The charismatic piano trio from Boston plays its final concerts this summer. Hear them performing some of their favorite repertoire, and wish them well in their future endeavors! Program: Mozart trio in G, K. 496; Donald Martino, Piano Trio; Mendelssohn, Trio in C minor, Op. 66. Trio Cleonice, the dynamic Boston-based piano trio, is one […]

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  • Light and Shadow II


    EEC ushers in summer with a program for flute and strings that spans a century of music and four countries, including a new piece by award-winning young composer David Garner. Performers are: Laura Gilbert, flute; Gabriela Diaz, violin Jonathan Bagg, viola; Caroline Stinson, cello Program: Erno von Dohnanyi: Serenade Op. 10 for string trio (1904) Paul Ben […]

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  • Trio 1816


    TRIO 1816 brings to life the period two hundred years ago when music’s urbane classicism gave way to the grand passions of the romantic period. No two composers dramatize this shift more than Franz Schubert the songwriter and Ludwig van Beethoven the innovator. Trio members Jesse Blumberg, baritone, David Breitman, fortepiano, and Johanna Novom, violin—each one a masterful […]

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  • The Borromeo Quartet


    The Borromeo Quartet makes its appearance at Electric Earth for the fifth year in a row, offering masterpieces of the baroque, classical, and modern eras, including several preludes and fugues by J. S. Bach transcribed by violinist Nicholas Kitchen. The Borromeo is known for unconventional programs that are both satisfying and stimulating; in this case, Mr. […]

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  • LeStrange Viols & Claire Preston: Life and Music in 17th-century England


    Electric Earth Concerts will present a mixed–media concert at the Jaffrey Meetinghouse on Sunday, August 7 at 4pm. Renaissance scholar Claire Preston and the musicians of LeStrange Viols will draw upon rich connections between literature and music to conjure a fascinating view of the 17th century English cultural landscape. Preston will place music of composers […]

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  • The Horszowski Trio


    Electric Earth Concerts’ ensemble-in-residence since 2012, the Horszowski Trio brings their powerful music making back to the Electric Earth stage this summer. The program will present three of the most important and compelling works in the repertoire: Beethoven’s Trio Op 11, Shostakovich’s Trio No. 2, Op. 7, and Schumann’s Trio #3 in g minor. The […]

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  • Project Orfeo


    A concert that combines readings by Novelist Richard Powers with the music of Olivier Messiaen and composer Scott Lindroth, inspired by Powers’ 2014 novel “Orfeo”.  Richard Powers (“The Time of our Singing” and “The Echomaker”) joins composer Scott Lindroth, the Horzsowski Piano Trio, clarinetist Benjamin Fingland, Artistic Directors Laura Gilbert , flute and Jonathan Bagg, viola, […]

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  • Second annual Holiday Gala

    EEC favorites Jesse Mills and Rieko Aizawa will perform as a duo on December 17 at 7pm, at a location to be announced. The program will last about an hour and will include Brahms’ G-major violin sonata! We hope many of you will join us to celebrate the end of 2017 and our 5th season of year-round concerts.


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  • The Bean Family Foundation
  • The Lizzie Cheney Trust
  • Citizens Bank & Getz Charitable Trust
  • The Putnam Foundation
  • The Madelaine Von Weber Trust
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