NCCP Outreach Programs
Over the 39 years that the North Country Chamber Players have brought beautiful chamber music to Northern New Hampshire, their reach has extended well beyond the concert hall. One of their great pleasures is to introduce young students to some of the world’s most beautiful music. All of these outreach opportunities are offered FREE OF CHARGE.
- Music lessons for students of all ages. Youngsters from 9 to 74 have benefited from these lessons. We hope more enthusiastic musicians will take advantage of this opportunity this summer.
- Public School Residency Program: In April the Players will travel to high schools and middle schools in Littleton, Lincoln/Woodstock, Whitefield, Groveton, and Franconia/Bethlehem/Sugar Hill to present their “Musical Mystery Tour” program. In 2017 for the first time a whole week will be devoted to this endeavor.
- Two years ago, the Players created The Explorers’ Concert offering music in a casual environment that allows listeners of all ages and abilities to enjoy music on their terms. On May 20, 2017 the Explorers’ Concert will come to the Boys and Girls Club of Northern New Hampshire.
- For five years now the Players have visited Copper Cannon Camp each week of the six-week summer season to entertain campers, introduce them to their instruments and answer questions from children who may never before have had a summer camp experience.
- Public libraries: During the summer the musicians will visit area public libraries to provide an intimate experience for library goers.
- Rehabilitation Centers: The Players reach a location-bound population in Littleton and Franconia and play music that brings back memories.
- The Players have performed at unusual venues like the Littleton Co-op, the Littleton and Franconia Transfer Stations and the Littleton Regional Hospital.
Your support has brought the gift of beautiful music to the North Country for 39 years. As we look forward to our 40th Anniversary we hope you will be able to share in our celebration.
For more information, or to schedule a performance for your community group, please call the festival office at (603) 444-0309.