Indian Hill Music believes that everyone should be treated with fairness and dignity, and without prejudice. Music is a language that connects us and gives a voice to all. We are committed to offering a warm and welcoming environment where all students and music lovers are accepted, respected, and valued, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, disability, faith, nationality, age, or socioeconomic status.

Concerts & Conversations

While our in-person performance season is on hold, enjoy livestream concerts by celebrated artists from jazz, global roots, and beyond; virtual performances and interviews from Orchestra of Indian Hill musicians, plus Maestro Bruce Hangen’s Playlist Podcast; and our new series in partnership with Berklee College of Music: Conversations in Tones and Colors with Dr. Bill Banfield.
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Future Music Center
at Indian Hill

Indian Hill Music is creating one of the most ambitious cultural projects in New England – a world-class education and performance center on a stunning 110-acre landscape in Groton, Massachusetts.
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