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January 1, 2018

Expressing our Appreciation

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The new year is the perfect time to reflect back - and project forward. That’s why we’ve designated January as Corporate Appreciation Month, a time to acknowledge the generous contributions of our corporate partners and envision our exciting future.

The Music Hall has been a community-supported 501c3 non-profit for more than 30 years now, and that consistent and generous support, from members and patrons, as well as our corporate partners, has been crucial to our ability to serve as a vibrant cultural center for the enrichment of the Seacoast community.

As I think about the year ahead and all that will take place at The Music Hall – from awe-inspiring live performances and thought-provoking films to programs that introduce young people to live theater and complimentary ticket initiatives that make the arts more accessible – I am reminded yet again of the important part our sponsors play in ensuring The Music Hall is able to contribute to the vitality of the Seacoast community in the long-term.

We could not do what we do without you; thank you!!

I’d like to take this opportunity to recognize a few of our sponsors in particular, including some new friends:

  • 3 Bridges Yoga
  • DayStar Inc.
  • Great Bay Limousine
  • The Kane Company
  • Maine Lobster Outlet
  • Malloy Events
  • NH Liquor Commission
  • Petersen Engineering
  • Weekender House
  • Wilcox Industries

As well as some old friends, all of whom have been sponsoring for more than 15 years!:

  • Carpe Diem Coffee Roasting Co.
  • DTC Lawyers, Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC
  • FirstLight
  • Harbour Women’s Health
  • Jardiniere
  • Piscataqua Savings Bank
  • Portsmouth Regional Hospital
  • RiverWoods Exeter
  • RMC Research Corporation
  • Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth Hotel
  • TMS Architects

To see a full list of The Music Hall’s 80+ sponsors, please visit our Corporate Partners page, and join us in thanking them for their many contributions by supporting the local businesses that support The Music Hall.



About the Author Jennifer Minicucci

Jennifer joined The Music Hall in September of 2017, bringing with her a passion for the arts, education and community building along with a broad range of fundraising and project management experience. Most recently, Jennifer was the Director of Development at Portsmouth Music and Arts Center (PMAC) where she became enthralled with the cultural life of the Seacoast. Prior to her work at PMAC, Jennifer was the Manager of Stewardship and Internal Events at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH where she spearheaded the creation of the successful Heart of the Arts annual gala. Early in her career, Jennifer honed her public relations and marketing skills at Ogilvy, Adams and Rinehart in Washington, DC and Cone Communications in Boston, MA. While she and her husband were raising three future performing artists, she ran a handcrafted jewelry business, selling her designs in Massachusetts and New Hampshire galleries. Jennifer is a proud co-founder and the founding chairperson of Polaris Charter School, and has served on the Board of Trustees for the Academy for Science and Design and Granite State Arts Academy. Presently, she is a member of the Board of Art-Speak, the City of Portsmouth's Cultural Commission.
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