Welcome to Indian Hill Music

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

Indian Hill Music is a vibrant, energetic, and certainly busy place!

We are so excited to be back in person to offer you the many benefits of a high-quality music education, with lessons and classes taught by the highest caliber teaching artists in the region in a COVID-safe environment. Our Music School students of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds are excited to learn, play, and perform in our studios and on our stage again, and enjoy the benefits of the Indian Hill Advantage, like free admission to live concerts.

Once again we will watch our professional symphony orchestra thrill concert-goers, and have the opportunity to experience inspiring, uplifting, and entertaining jazz, roots, and global music through our Headliners Series, where we present high-caliber and GRAMMY-winning guest artists in many genres of music. Our audiences are always so energized during our performances and it feels wonderful to be part of such special buzz and excitement.

Indian Hill Music remains committed to our music philanthropy programs, where we serve seniors with free concerts, comfort families through our hospice choir, and provide free music education to children in under-served school districts. These programs illustrate our culture of caring and our mission to share the power of music with all who seek it. 

Overall, the impact we have on our community is profound and I believe that our impact is strengthened by the special organization we are and the values that we live every day: Indian Hill Music provides high caliber, vibrant music experiences that foster personal growth and offer meaningful connections in a warm and welcoming environment. We create a sense of belonging where people feel comfortable, accepted, respected, and part of something special – we truly are a community. We hear it all the time. Students tell us that Indian Hill is their home for music. Audiences share in that sense of belonging when they experience a special connection to the music that is being performed. The environment within Indian Hill is natural, casual, and inviting. 

Why is this so important? In a time where people feel excluded, where technology and self-distancing has changed how we interact with each other, and where busy lives add stress and worry, sharing in the joy that music brings and making meaningful connections are critical to the lives of all those we serve. 

And, we are thrilled to announce our new name and our new home — Groton Hill Music Center — coming in fall 2022! We are anxiously anticipating the opening of this incredible new chapter for our organization, creating a vibrant musical hub that will be a treasured and valuable asset to the community. Stay tuned for updates throughout the year! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest news about our new center.

We invite you to make us your home for all things music and join us as we Make Music and Create Community!

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Lisa Fiorentino, CEO, Indian Hill Music

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.

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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.

Non-Discrimination Policy: Indian Hill Music does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, or employment policies.

Persons who believe they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, or age may file a complaint with the Director of Civil Rights at the National Endowment for the Arts.