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Claremont Trio to Perform for Monadnock Music

The electrifying Claremont Trio will make their Monadnock Music debut  Friday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Peterborough Town House as part of Monadnock Music’s Peterborugh Town House series..

Considered the premier piano trio of their generation, the Claremonts were invited recently to inaugurate Calderwood Hall at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. 

Trio in C Major, K. 548 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Night Scenes by MacDowell fellow Donald Crockett and Trio in B Major, Op. 8 by Johannes Brahms will be performed.

Tickets bought prior to July 5 are $8 for students 18 and under, $20 for general seating and $25 for reserved seating (first four rows), while tickets bought on or after July 5 are $10 for students 18 and under, $25 for general seating and $30 for reserved seating (first four rows).

Monadnock Music’s free Village Concert series continues with two programs during the week of July 9- 15: Wednesday, July 11 at 7:30 in the Deering, NH Community Church with violinist Irina Muresanu and pianist Rob Auler performing works by Bartók, Brahms, Beethoven, Thomson, Liszt, Bolcom, and Dinicu. The week’s program ends Sunday July 15 at 3 in the Unitarian Meeting House of Wilton Center, NH with the Monadnock Chamber Players performing works by Beethoven, Bax, Šulek, Antheil and Brahms.

Founded in 1966 by James Bolle, Monadnock Music enriches lives and deepens a sense of community by means of diverse classical programming throughout the Monadnock region of New Hampshire. Among the many distinguished artists whose work Monadnock Music has presented or commissioned are Elliott Carter, John Adams, Virgil Thomson, Aaron Copland, Peter Sellars, James Maddalena, and Russell Sherman. In addition to its Peterborough Town House Series, Monadnock Music also presents a series of Village Concerts bringing distinguished artists to historic meeting houses throughout the region, free of charge.

For a complete schedule of Monadnock Music Festival’s 2012 season or to order tickets visit