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2015- 2016 Season Curator’s Highlights Interviews

2015- 2016 Season Curator’s Highlights

Deputy Director of Programming & Performing Arts Curator Thérèse LaGamma joined The Music Hall in late 2004, after four years as the Performing Arts Manager at the Museum of Fine arts in Boston. Since then, she has helped to bring countless artists of all genres to the Historic Theater on Chestnut Street, from John Prine to Natalie Merchant and from Andrew Bird to Feist—and has also been instrumental in building the brand of the intimate Music Hall Loft. Since opening four years ago, the Loft has presented hot discovery acts, popular local bands, and genre-bending world music. Regina Baraban recently caught up with Thérèse to learn her backstory and get the scoop on what’s coming next. 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
Why I love The Music Hall Membership

Why I love The Music Hall

Cathy Nickerson, of Private Client Underwriters & Chubb Group Insurance Cos in Newmarket, NH is a member and sponsor of The Music Hall and has contributed so much to the organization. We were thrilled that Cathy agreed to answer a few questions with our Membership Manager, Lorianne Saniuk, about why she loves The Music Hall! 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
Member Musings: A Conversation with Pat Nicolino Membership

Member Musings: A Conversation with Pat Nicolino

May is membership month at the Music Hall! To mark the occasion, membership manager Lorianne Saniuk interviewed several supporters to talk about who they are, why they are loyal members, and fill us in on what Music Hall membership means to them. Today’s interview with Rye, NH resident Pat Nicolino, a Music Hall Patron level member since 2011, is the first in a series of interviews. Read More Read More

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