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Innovative Programming & Giving Back #MyMusicHall

Innovative Programming & Giving Back

Each season ignites a fire for the next. I am constantly inspired by the programming and conversations we are able to bring through The Music Hall’s doors. As we are celebrating our 140th birthday, we are excited to share the astonishing season to come. From stunning singers and musicians to captivating cinema and writers, there is truly something for everyone at The Music Hall, and that is all thanks to each of you. Read More
We Love UNH Conferences and Catering! Sponsor Spotlight

We Love UNH Conferences and Catering!

We’ve got a lot to celebrate at The Music Hall: dedicated members, energetic patrons, generous donors, incredible volunteers, talented staff, renowned artists, and the list goes on. When we’re aiming to celebrate in style, with a creative menu, we always look to our partners at University of New Hampshire Conferences and Catering. Read More
Sharing the Theater Experience Community

Sharing the Theater Experience

I’m standing in the back of a sold out show in the Historic Theater. The crowd is rowdy until the lights go down to a chorus of “Shhhhs.” Then the stage lights come on and the dinosaurs come out and the audience fills with appreciative “Ooohs” and delightful chuckles. This is not your average Music Hall show but it is one of my favorite activities: I’ve come to watch a School Days Series matinee performance of Dragons Love Tacos and Other Story Books. Read More
Music is in the Air and Spring’s on the Way (Promise) In Brief

Music is in the Air and Spring’s on the Way (Promise)

Music is in our name. It’s in our DNA. Our curators have made sure that we have a ton of great music coming up this spring, from Josh Ritter, Michael McDonald, Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite, and Melissa Etheridge to name a few. It seems like every week we’re announcing new shows and they’re going on sale to our members…quickly. It is understandable that one might escape your notice (Pro-tip: sign up for our enews to get those announcements). Plus, we are fortunate that, in addition to our own programming, we have organizations that rent our spaces for their shows. Read More
Arts Advocacy Day 2018 In Brief

Arts Advocacy Day 2018

Today is Arts Advocacy Day, and as I look forward to next week’s sold out performance of Dragons Love Tacos and Other Story Books, when the Historic Theater will fill with hundreds of young people for a School Days Series matinee, I feel it my responsibility to advocate on behalf of state and federal arts funding. Read More
Show & Tell: Call Me by Your Name In Brief

Show & Tell: Call Me by Your Name

I can tell by that clock on the wall that February is running on fumes, that March is imminent, and that (with the Winter Olympics over) the Oscars will be popping up at high volume in every form of media known to humankind. In other words: Heaven. For me, watching Call Me By Your Name will represent a clean sweep of the nine films nominated for Best Picture. And I’ve got to say I’m intrigued. It’s not often that we get a gay summer romance film picking up nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor (Timothee Chalamet), Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Song. Well, not since Brokeback Mountain, anyway. Read More
Show & Tell: 3 Billboards… In Brief

Show & Tell: 3 Billboards…

Okay, it’s time to cut the chatter and get serious. The Oscars will be broadcast on March 4 and some of you may have some homework to do to catch up with the nominees for Best Picture and such. As usual, The Music Hall is here to help. On Tuesday night, we will be discussing Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, a film that boasts not only a Best Picture nomination, but also one for Lead Actress (Frances McDormand), two Supporting Actor noms (Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell), one for Best Original Screenplay, another for Film Editing and, just for variety, one for Original Score. Read More
From ski adventures to arctic plunges: help the Warren Miller team give back Community

From ski adventures to arctic plunges: help the Warren Miller team give back

For the last two decades, the Warren Miller Ski film has come to our Historic Theater the week of Thanksgiving. Each year, for three days, we follow the athletes team as they take us on their ski adventures all around the world. This year’s film “Line of Descent, presented by Volkswagen” takes us to Squaw Valley, Jackson Hole, Norway, the French Alps, British Columbia, Steamboat Springs, New Zealand, and some other skiing venues. Read More

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