NH Music Festival family concert takes place Aug. 3

July 23rd, 2013 by Lynn

    PLYMOUTH — Families can enjoy an affordable afternoon of music with the New Hampshire Music Festival with the festival’s family concert series.

    The Family Concert Series, led by Music Director Donato Cabrera, offers families the opportunity to create their own musical traditions and spend time together learning about music. Concerts will take place at 2 p.m. in the Hanaway Theater at the Silver Center for the Arts at Plymouth State University.

    “The Festival is delighted to offer these concerts for our youngest audience members and their families,” said General Manager

    Brenda Conklin. “Parents and children are invited to enjoy classical music together in a format that is geared toward these young listeners but will entertain adults alike.”

    The Aug. 3 concert is titled “The Four Elements of Music: Composer, Conductor, Musician and You!” and will bring each of these components to life during the program.

    For a complete schedule of the New Hampshire Music festival’s 2013 season, visit www.nhmf.org. Tickets for all Plymouth performances are on sale now and are available at www.plymouth.edu/silver-center/ or by calling 535-2787.

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