Avaloch Farm Music Institute hosts in-house summer series

Artistic director Ashley Bathgate at Avaloch Farm Music Institute on April 26, 2022. Bathgate, a cellist, has been attending Avaloch since 2014 and become artistic director in 2021.

Artistic director Ashley Bathgate at Avaloch Farm Music Institute on April 26, 2022. Bathgate, a cellist, has been attending Avaloch since 2014 and become artistic director in 2021.

During the summer months, Avaloch Farm Music Institute becomes home to musicians and ensemble groups seeking a retreat to practice their instruments and work on musical projects.

During the summer months, Avaloch Farm Music Institute becomes home to musicians and ensemble groups seeking a retreat to practice their instruments and work on musical projects. Courtesy

During the summer months, Avaloch Farm Music Institute becomes home to musicians and ensemble groups seeking a retreat to practice their instruments and work on musical projects.

During the summer months, Avaloch Farm Music Institute becomes home to musicians and ensemble groups seeking a retreat to practice their instruments and work on musical projects.

Published: 06-26-2024 7:00 AM

On Friday, June 28, head to Avaloch Farm Music Institute (16 Hardy Lane, Boscawen) for a multifaceted evening of music making in the concert barn space.

The summer Community Concert Series Evenings at Avaloch features visiting artists and ensembles of different genres from around the world, who are in residence at Avaloch Farm Music Institute.

Artists performing at the in-house event include: Arun Ramamurthy & Trina Basu’s Nakshatra, Stier-Hartman Duo (pianos), The Moanin’ Frogs, Hannah De Priest (voice) & Shelby Yamin (violin)

Outdoor seating is available depending on the weather. Music starts at 7:30 p.m. Suggested donation is $10. For more information, avalochfarmmusic.org/events

Want more music?

Here are the artists you can look forward to at Evenings at Avaloch through the summer:

July 5: Abeo Quartet, Rakish

July 12: Vinola Trio, Bright Moon, Sxip Shirey, Coco Karol& Friends

August 16: Neha, The Westerlies, Fourth Wall Ensemble

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