Monadnock Music

Concert & Event Schedule

Upcoming Events

Game Night at Timberdoodle

Game Night at Timberdoodle

Coming in Spring 2021

26 Webster Highway, Temple, NH
Join us for a limited size Game inspired evening with a pop-up musical performance!

Tickets include admission, wine, port, prosecco, whiskey, cigars, and the following menu:

Smoked Pheasant with Dill Sauce

Housemade Boar Sausage with Earthy Dipping Sauces

Smoked Salmon with Fig and Caviar

Grilled Shrimp

Roasted Skillet Brussel Sprouts with Pecans and Mint

Saint Andre Cheese with Roasted Pecans and Fresh Fruits


Burns Night


Coming in January, 2022

A Burns supper is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns, the author of many Scots poems. Enjoy Scottish foods, festivities, beverages and Scottish Classical music!

Fall 2020

MM Pops Up!

Monadnock Music Pops Up where you least expect it

Continuing to make live classical music accessible... even in a pandemic.
Free 15 minute pop-up mini-concerts, safely outdoors, all are welcome.

Jason Thomas Koerber

Clarinet Duo

Wednesday, September 16, 12pm

Hundred Nights Shelter ~ Keene

Jason Thomas Koerber & Justin Pelkey 
Bach & Beethoven

Jason Thomas Koerber

Jason is Director of Elm City Music and teaches Clarinet, Saxophone & Flute. He is a active local performer and has performed with Keene Chamber Orchestra, Ben Carr Music Project, Half Diminished Swing Band, Nouveau Swing, Jacksonville Blues Band, Keene Jazz Orchestra, Tom Foolery Band, Nines Band, the Pink Floyd tribute band Liquid Floyd, Raylynmor Opera Company, and The Monadnock Chorus & Orchestra. Jason has taught saxophone and clarinet at Vermont Academy, Saxtons River VT; The Putney School, Putney, VT; The Open Music Collective, Brattleboro VT; Peterborough Music, Peterborough NH; and Cheshire Music, Keene, NH. Jason has studied saxophone with Scott Mullett, Harvey Kaiser, Mario Bernardo & Craig Sylvern. He has studied clarinet with Richard Sanders & Mario Bernardo and flute with Robin Matathias.

Justin Pelkey

Justin Pelkey a graduate of Thayer High School and plays saxophone with many local ensembles.  He has studied with Mario Bernardo and lives with his family in Ashuelot NH.

Flute and Guitar

MM Pops Up!

Frost Free Library

Wednesday, October 7, 2:15 pm

During Friends Tea ~ Marlborough, NH

Continuing to make live classical music accessible... even in a pandemic.
Free 15 minute pop-up mini-concerts, safely outdoors, all are welcome.

Flute and Guitar

Alison Hale - flute

A member of the Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra since 1985, Alison Hale is also principal of the OperaMaine and Portland Ballet orchestras, and a member of the Berkshire Bach Ensemble. She is on the faculties of Mount Holyoke and Bennington Colleges and has previously taught at Amherst, Bowdoin, and Bates Colleges. A distinguished alumna award winner of Mount Holyoke College and Fryeburg (ME) Academy, Ms. Hale also holds MM and DMA degrees from the Manhattan School of Music. Other honors include the Kandell Fellowship for participation in the Tanglewood Institute where she was awarded the C. D. Jackson Master prize. She made her Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1982 as winner of the Artists International competition and has toured the US, Europe, and South America as both a soloist and orchestral musician.

Steve Procter - guitar

Guitarist Steve Procter is well-known to local audiences for his work with flutist Alison Hale and with the Latin American music band Paradiso. He brings classical training to the infectious rhythms and romantic melodies of popular music from Brazilian and other Latin American countries.  

MM Pops Up!

Monadnock Art Tour

Saturday, October 10, 12pm

On the green in front of the Historical Society ~ Peterborough, NH

Continuing to make live classical music accessible... even in a pandemic.
Free 15 minute pop-up mini-concerts, safely outdoors, all are welcome.

Fundraising Gala Fire Spinning

Fundraising Gala
Cocktails, Fireworks, and Pop-up Performances

Wednesday, October 14, 5:30-7:30pm

Aldworth Manor ~ Harrisville, NH

A fundraiser and celebration of the 2020 Season. Don't miss this unique evening of fellowship. Pop up musical performances include Saxophone Duo Jason Thomas Koerber and Justin Pelkey, Vocal and Violin Duo Tara Novak and Ciaran Nagle, and String Trio Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello, Caitlin Lynch, viola, and Tony D'Amico, bass.

The evening will end with a Fire Spinning performance by Fire Spinners Kira Wadsworth and Mark Wadsworth, followed by a Champagne Toast and Fireworks Show by Atlas Fireworks!

Admission includes hearty appetizers, a champagne toast, complementary raffle tickets, live performances, and a fireworks display.

Supported by:

We are indebted to the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts for a NH CARES Grant and to the State of New Hampshire for a Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund Grant, administered through the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority.

Von Weber Trust   Smyth Trust   Memton Fund   Getty Foundation   Getz Charitable Trust   Grimshaw Gudewicz Foundation   Eppes‑Jefferson Foundation   Amphion Foundation   Alchemy Foundation   Merrill Family Charitable Fund   Boote Fund   Hoffman Family Foundation