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Classic Hollywood: (Femme) Fatale Attraction

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Showing Gratitude for our Frontline Workers Music

Showing Gratitude for our Frontline Workers

The Gratitude Music Festival is going to be a multi-stage event on Sat., September 25 featuring Neighbor, Carsie Blanton, and ending the night with Anderson East. This day full of music and fun is to celebrate the hard work, perseverance, and dedication of the community’s frontline and essential workers.  The Music Hall wants to honor and thank those in our tight-knit community for keeping us going and safe throughout the pandemic.  Read More Read More
A Chat with Song Sisters Music

A Chat with Song Sisters

Talking with people about their life and work is something that I am very familiar with as a recent journalism graduate, but I have never met two people as incredibly genuine as Stefanie Guzikowski and Elissa Margolin of River Sister. Read More Read More
A Colorful and Bright New Season from PSO Music

A Colorful and Bright New Season from PSO

The Music Hall’s resident orchestra, Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra (PSO), will bring the full company back to our historic stage this year, and we’re so glad to see them all again! We were honored to host them on our Live Under the Arch stage twice this past summer (with their string quartet and brass quintet) but there’s nothing quite like getting the whole orchestra in the big room, where their perfect arrangements can shine. Read More Read More
Welcome To The Programming Team, James Paone! Music

Welcome To The Programming Team, James Paone!

Hello! I'm thrilled to join the curatorial team as Programming Manager. After working in Front of House for four years, I’ll now put my musical background to use, bringing diversity in all senses of the word to the stage, while maintaining a locked-in focus on top-quality music.  Read More Read More
Announcing: Gratitude Music Festival Music

Announcing: Gratitude Music Festival

In September, we’re throwing a multi-stage outdoor music festival to benefit our community’s first responders and frontline essential workers. These folks kept us going through the pandemic and their resilience and dedication inspired and awed us.  Read More Read More

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