Become a Member
Music is magic, especially in the Monadnock region during the beautiful summer months!
As a crucial part of the Monadnock region’s cultural landscape, Monadnock Music has delighted its audiences for more than 50 years with spectacular concerts. These musical experiences are made possible from a variety of supporters including corporate sponsors and grants. But the most important support comes from you, our members.
Whether you’ve been supporting Monadnock Music for many years, or this is the first time you consider doing so, individual support is at the heart of this organization. We are here because of you – providing you with the best classical music in unmatchable settings.
For the full details of the perks and benefits of each Membership Level or to sign up by mail see the Membership Brochure (pdf).
|Benefactors||$10,000 and above|
Don't miss a single perk, become a Member today!
To break your Membership into monthly automatic payments instead of a one-time gift, or to contribute another amount, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for set-up.
The Benefits of Membership
- Receive exclusive opportunities as part of the Monadnock Music family including Member Appreciation Parties, Meet & Greats, Educational Opportunities, a Swag Bag and more! See the Membership Brochure (pdf) for the full details of the perks and benefits.
- Becoming a Monadnock Music member ensures you a summer full of world-class music at your front door.
- Townhouse Concerts bring innovative programming and well-known musicians to Peterborough.
- Village Concerts help connect friends and family to enjoy the immediacy of small concerts in intimate settings. These concerts are ideal for families with children to experience world-class music in a welcoming environment.
- Our Lend an Ear! educational program gives kids a leg up: Former arts students were 55% more likely to have attended any postsecondary school by adulthood than were former non arts students. Former arts students were 29% more likely than non arts students to have earned a 4 year college degree by age 32. Former arts students were significantly less likely to be involved with the criminal justice system than were former non arts students and 26% less likely to ever be arrested. (NHSCA)