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Community Partner Spotlight - The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation Community

Community Partner Spotlight – The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation

At the end of May, The Music Hall worked with the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation to present the documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry. With over 500 people in attendance, it was just one of the fantastic events the two organizations have collaborated on this season. Kait Smith, The Music Hall’s Content Marketing Associate, sat down with New Hampshire Women’s Foundation President and CEO Terie Norelli to talk about why this partnership is so important. Read More Read More
The Peter Squires Band Rocks Community Open House on June 27 Community

The Peter Squires Band Rocks Community Open House on June 27

On Saturday, June 27, The Music Hall is hosting its annual complimentary Open House for the Seacoast community. All events are free and will take place at The Music Hall’s two venues in downtown Portsmouth: The “American Treasure” Historic Theater on Chestnut Street and the chic modern Loft on Congress Street. People of all ages are invited to stop by the historic theater for a multimedia tour and/or a behind-the-scenes technology tour, and enjoy a 3 pm showing of the Disney family classic UP. Read More Read More
Sponsor Spotlight: University of New Hampshire Community

Sponsor Spotlight: University of New Hampshire

The Music Hall has long enjoyed a valued partnership with the University of New Hampshire (UNH). This past year, the University came on board as the first Contributing Partner of The Music Hall, formalizing our longstanding relationship and deepening the connection between our communities.  In this Sponsor Spotlight, hear more about this partnership from the President of the University of New Hampshire, Mark W. Huddleston. Read More Read More
African Burying Ground Celebration: Q&A With Chris Dwyer Community

African Burying Ground Celebration: Q&A With Chris Dwyer

The following Q&A with African Burying Ground committee member and Portsmouth City Councilor Chris Dwyer, is the final interview with three of the individuals who have volunteered their time and expertise to bring the Portsmouth African Burying Ground project to fruition with a Memorial Day weekend celebration taking place May 20 to May 23. Regina Baraban (RB): When, and why, did you first get involved as a member of the African Burying Ground committee? Chris Dwyer (CD): I had attended the public planning processes in 2007 that were initiated by the City to plan for the memorial. I became the City Council’s representative to the project the next year when former Councilor Hynes stepped down from office and I’ve served as the Council representative since then. Just as I was joining the committee, we began the process of selecting the artist Jerome Meadows to develop the public art for the site. Read More Read More
With Thanks Community

With Thanks

Throughout the month of January, we have focused on recognizing and thanking our corporate partners, whose support is critical to all that we do here at The Music Hall. We cannot let this month of appreciation go by, however, without recognizing another significant group of partners: The Music Hall’s Corporate Committee. Read More Read More
Partnerships Bring Possibilities Community

Partnerships Bring Possibilities

Question: What do you get when you bring Buddy Holly and Mary Poppins to The Music Hall?  Answer: Broadway quality musical theater right here in Portsmouth! These two shows would not have been possible without our historic partnership with the Ogunquit Playhouse and the support of our series sponsors Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank and Pickwick’s Mercantile. Read More Read More

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