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Study Music this Summer at Indian Hill

Fill your summer days with music! A great time to begin taking lessons, try a new musical instrument, or work on improving your skills. Choose from multi-week programs, plus our flexible summer schedule of lessons, classes and ensembles. Something for every age, level, and musical genre, from classical to jazz and pop.

Registration is ongoing at Indian Hill Music School, 36 King St. (just off Rte. 495/Exit 30) in Littleton. Call (978) 486-9524 or visit www.indianhillmusic.org for program schedules/ registration info.

Private lessons are offered from July 1-Aug. 22 by our caring faculty of 70+ conservatory-trained teaching artists, with flexible scheduling to fit into your summer plans. Group classes and ensembles for youth, teen and adult musicians include beginning experiences in piano, guitar, voice, and harp. Young families should consider our Early Childhood Kindermusik classes, ages birth-seven, which feature imaginative music, movement and arts activities that stimulate your child's musical development.

IH'S multi-week day and evening festivals offer intensive (and fun) skill-building experiences, ages 8 - adult. Our three-week Musical Theater program, ages 8-18 will stage a complete production of "Into the Woods Jr" and offer training in voice, drama and stage movement. The two-week summerday music program ages 8-18 in July combines traditional music study with innovative classes and ensembles that help develop technique and musicianship. Students take core classes in their instrument and add a variety of electives (African drumming, show choir, jazz combo, yoga, composition, Irish Sessions, and more). For adult instrumentalists, we offer a NEW Intensive Chamber Workshop on four Tues. nights in June, whilesummernightmusic offers a 7-week chamber music festival Wed. evenings in July and August.

IHMS offers a quality music learning experience for everyone. Modern facility features 21 private music studios, spacious lobby, 200-seat recital hall, and outdoor activity space. Need-based financial aid scholarships available for all programs; call the office or visit us online for application. Programs of IHM supported, in part, by a grant from Mass. Cultural Council, a state agency.

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Mailing Address
P.O. Box 610, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
 

Office
161 Main Street, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
[above Main Street Café]
 

Telephone: 978-448-6061
 

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