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.

2015 Concerts

  • Fall Foliage Concert: Haydn, Brahms & Mobius

    Fall Foliage

    Electric Earth Concerts presents its annual fall foliage concert with chamber music of Josef Haydn, Johannes Brahms, and featuring Mobius Percussion, a quartet that specializes in presenting fresh contemporary voices. The concert takes place on October 10 at 7:30 pm, at the First Church in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. The concert begins with masterpieces of classic […]

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    • Saturday Oct 10, 2015 7:30 PM
    • First Church, Jaffrey, NH
    • $25.00
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  • Jennifer & Christopher Cano: “From the Diary of Virginia Woolf”


    Jennifer Cano & Christopher Cano perform Dominick Argento’s  “From the Diary of Virginia Woolf,” a riveting setting of the writer’s private thoughts.

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    • Friday Oct 30, 2015 7:30 PM
    • Dublin School, Kelly Recital Hall, Dublin, NH
    • $25
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  • Season finale: More Brandenburgs & Trio Cleonice


    Season finale with Trio Cleonice and EEC musicians in an evening of gems and surprises, including Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 6.

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    • Saturday Nov 14, 2015 7:30 PM
    • First Church, Jaffrey, NH
    • $25
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  • Indra Jazz Trio


    Indra is an accomplished, adventurous jazz trio that was founded in Aarhus, Denmark, featuring the supple and moving vocals of New York City native Indra Rios-Moore on soulfully arranged songs. From American jazz standards and contemporary arrangements of traditional folk songs to Mexican boleros and newly composed pieces, Indra’s style and voice has been described […]

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  • Randall Hodgkinson in Bach’s Goldberg Variations

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    The Boston based pianist brings his formidable powers to bear in Bach’s hour-long keyboard masterpiece, the Goldberg Variations. Hodgkinson begins with remarks that will bring the audience deeper into the work, one of Bach’s most immediately engaging and popular pieces that has fascinating layers of complexity to be explored as one gets to know it better. This […]

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  • Chamber music with Tony Arnold, soprano


    Artistry, insight, and commitment are the gifts Tony Arnold brings to every musical encounter. Her return to the EEC stage includes Ravel’s “Chansons Madecasses” for flute, cello, piano and voice, and  Eric Moe’s breathtaking “Lavish Sunlight, Frozen Hours.” Two instrumental masterpieces, Prokofiev’s Sonata for flute and Poulenc’s Cello Sonata, complete the program. With Laura Gilbert, flute, […]

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  • Borromeo Quartet: Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich & Haydn


    This season the  world-renowned Borromeo Quartet traverses works by two great Russians. Once again they bring the fruit of their labor, and their genius for making the greatest quartet repertoire vivid and meaningful, to our New Hampshire audience and the EEC stage.  The Program: Haydn Quartet Op. 77 #2 Shostakovich Quartet No. 12 Tchaikovsky Quartet No. 1 The […]

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  • Treasured Places, Protected Spaces


    Treasured Places, Protected Spaces  will showcase conservation lands of the Monadnock Region through the eyes of over forty regional artists. At the opening of this exhibit, Electric Earth musicians will provide nature-inspired works for flute, viola, and harp, performed by Laura Gilbert, Jonathan Bagg, and Jacqui Kerrod. The program includes Timo Andres “I found it in […]

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  • ACRONYM ensemble


    ACRONYM has the uncanny ability to bring music from distant times roaring to life in front of an audience. This year’s installment will consist of long-buried gems of the (mostly) German instrumental & cantata repertoire, aptly titled:  “O redempta gens Mortalium” [O people redeemed from Death] The program: Samuel Capricornus Sonata a8, A Minor Johann Rosenmuller […]

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  • Light and Shadow


    A world of color, light and shadow emerge in three strings and a flute: music of  Mozart, Andrew Norman, Stephen Jaffe (World Premiere!), and Gunther Schuller, who will be the 2015 MacDowell Medal recipient. A concert of richness and depth set in one the region’s premier venues. With violinist Gabriela Diaz, cellist Robert Burkhart, violist Jonathan […]

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  • A Taste of Wine and Music

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     ~ A Summer Serenade at LaBelle Winery ~ LaBelle Winery is New England’s premier destination winery and vineyard. Though formally opened in the fall of 2012, the journey began a decade earlier when owner Amy LaBelle experienced the “Aha” moment that set her on the path that would result in establishing the winery. In a […]

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  • Osvaldo Golijov’s “Ayre”


    A stunning contemporary song cycle by Osvaldo Golijov for soprano and 11 players that weaves together Sephardic, Arabic, and Spanish traditions. Typical of Golijov’s compositional approach, this piece is about breaking down walls, political, cultural, and stylistic: it’s impossible to label Ayre as coming from any particular genre as it veers from classical to klezmer to pop and […]

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  • Horszowski Trio & Friends


    A diverse and dynamic program built around the superb Horszowski Trio: Mendelssohn’s Trio in d minor, Shostakovich’s 1940 Quintet for Piano and Strings, and Mozart’s string quartet, in E-flat major, k. 428. Hoszowski members Rieko Aizawa, piano, Jesse Mills, violin & Raman Ramakrishnan, cello will be joined by Jonathan Ong, violin and Jonathan Bagg, viola. […]

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  • EEC honors Gunther Schuller at MacDowell Medal Day!

    Electric Earth Musicians, Laura Gilbert, flute; Gabriela Diaz, violin; Jonathan Bagg, viola and Caroline Stinson, cello will join in the celebration of Gunther Schuller’s rich musical life as he receives his posthumous Edward MacDowell Medal on Sunday, August 9th.  They will perform  Schuller’s dynamic 1967 quartet, Aphorisms, in the ceremony tent at 2:00 and 4:00 – before and after the artist studio tour.

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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
  • The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

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