Indian Hill Music

Indian Hill Music, Littleton MA, Phone: 978-486-9524, Community music school offering private and group lessons, all ages, abilities, styles near Acton, Westford, Groton, Harvard, Chelmsford, Concord. Professional performance series featuring symphonic concerts by the Orchestra of Indian Hill, plus chamber music, jazz, and family events.

Regional Wind Ensemble

Join the region's finest and most motivated young musicians and play in our regional concert band program!

Professional-level coaching by our conductor/director, Jason Bielik, and Indian Hill Music faculty musicians

Thursday night rehearsals (6:15-7:45pm) and rotating instrument sectionals (7:45-8:15pm)

Two annual concerts

Students can take advantage of exclusive benefits to deepen their music education by attending Performance Workshops, Concerts, Masterclasses, and many other events for FREE!

Attend our free KICK-OFF PLAY-IN! Saturday, March 10, 3 - 5pm

Bring your instrument and participate in a variety of activities:

3:00-3:45pm - Regional Wind Ensemble sectionals (small group workshops with Indian Hill faculty and Orchestra of Indian Hill musicians)

3:00-3:45pm - Regional Wind Ensemble parent meeting and Q&A with conductor/director Jason Bielik, Director of Education Pete Robbins, and staff

4:00-4:45pm - Regional Wind Ensemble full rehearsal with Mr. Bielik

4:45pm - Pizza Social

RSVP by March 3 -- Register Online

AUDITIONS - Friday, March 30, 4 - 7pm

Auditions held at Indian Hill Music School, 36 King Street, Littleton MA

All woodwind, brass, and percussion players in grades 7-12 are encouraged to audition! Program begins in Fall 2018.


Woodwinds and Brass
Scales: Major scales to 3 sharps and 3 flats, 1 octave minimum
Pieces: 2 solo works or 2 movements from same work in contrasting style
Sight Reading

Timpani: knowledge of tuning, ability to play on at least 3 drums
Standard Orchestral Percussion: Snare Drum, Bass Drum, Cymbals (Crash, Suspended), Vibraphone, Xylophone, Glockenspiel, Triangle
Pieces: Solo pieces on two of the following: Timpani, Snare Drum, Mallets

*Interested in joining the ensemble now? Contact Michael Havay, Class & Ensemble Manager, to schedule a convenient audition time.

Questions? Call (978) 486-9524 x105

About our Director

Jason Bielik
Master's Degree, Clarinet Performance, UMASS-Lowell; Bachelor's Degree, Music Education & Clarinet Performance, UMASS-Lowell

Jason Bielik has been Director of Bands for 11 years at North Middlesex Regional High School in Townsend, where he teaches/oversees Marching Band, Concert Band, Wind Symphony, Jazz Band, Winter Percussion, Winter Color Guard, and the Pit Orchestra. In his time at North Middlesex, his groups have earned gold medals at MICCA and MAJE events and won division titles at NESBA fall and winter events. The Wind Symphony and Concert Band have also participated in the MICCA Gold Medal Showcase numerous times, performing at Mechanics Hall and Symphony Hall. In 2016 the NMRHS Wind Symphony was a featured Concert Hour performer at the MMEA All-State Conference. Prior to teaching at NMRHS, Jason was Band Director for 4 years in Thompson, CT. He has been MMEA Central District Chairperson, MICCA Gold Medal Showcase Coordinator, and currently serves as MICCA Vice President and MICCA Summer Institute Coordinator.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Indian Hill Music School reserves the right at any time to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment. We will make every effort to hold all classes offered. In the case of a cancellation, those affected will be notified as soon as possible and a full refund will be issued if another suitable class is not available.

Indian Hill Music

36 King Street
Littleton, MA 01460
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Office Hours:

Mon-Fri:  9am - 8pm
Saturday: 8am - 6pm
Sunday:   Office Closed

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Our Mission

Indian Hill Music shares the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need.


The programs of Indian Hill Music are supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and with funds from the council administered by the Local Cultural Councils.

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