Mountain Top Music Center Events!!

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July Newsletter
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It’s summer in New Hampshire, and a great time to play music!  
Or maybe you just want to enjoy a concert?  
Be sure to check out everything that is happening at Mountain Top Music Center this summer – there is something for everyone!

Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul
Summer Classes and Ensembles
There is still time to get involved!
Summer lessons and classes have begun, but you can still get involved.  

Lessons are available “a la carte” this summer ~ simply call and register for as many as you’d like!

Click here to learn about ROCK-JAZZ-BLUES CAMP for kids ages 8-14.  The Camp happens July 23-27th and there is still room to register!

Click here for the full list of summer classes and ensembles.  As always, PLEASE call MTMC if you would like to know more! (603) 447-4737.

Topics in Music Appreciation
Wednesdays from 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Like jazz?  This summer, MTMC faculty member Mike Sakash will lead weekly discussion and listening sessions focused on the great jazz singers.  “Drop in” for $10 and learn more about these great musicians and their music that is such an integral part of our American heritage!  
Next up: Nat King Cole – July 11th

Topics Class
Mike Sakash and “music appreciators” listening to 
Anita O’Day in summer Jazz History class

The Mountain Top “Old Time String Band”
On July 1st, the Mountain Top Old Time String Band performed traditional folk music on the porch of the Cranmore Mountain Lodge as part of the Valley’s 1st annual “Voices and Colors” festival.  
Angelina Baker tune
Angelina Baker tune
The MTMC Old Time String Band rehearses every Wednesday at 6:30PM.  “Drop in” for $15 and play along!  Interested in learning how to play this kind of music?  The MTM “Folk Band for beginners” meets at 5:30PM on Wednesdays.  New members are ALWAYS welcome. Call for more information!

Save the Date!
Coming in August…
Saturday, August 11   7:30 PM
Home concert in Jackson, NH
Organist Susan Ferre and violinist Timothy Belle present a concert to benefit Mountain Top Music Center.  Reservations Required; tickets $35.  Call (603) 447-4737 for more information.
Sunday, August 26  7:00 PM
The COLD RIVER RADIO SHOW will tape its first episode for a live audience at “Theater in the Woods” in Intervale, NH.  This exciting new radio show is produced and hosted by local singer/songwriter Jonathan Sarty, and presented by Mountain Top Music Center!  For more information, visit the show’s website by clicking here.
In This Issue:
Summer Classes
Jazz History
Old Time String Band
Coming in August
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