The Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music is a national and international treasure. Founded in 1971 and situated on 100 acres of fields and woodlands in the Monadnock Region, Apple Hill is a unique center of chamber music performance and education. Led by Director Leonard Matczynski and the Apple Hill String Quartet, Apple Hill is one of the few centers in the country that has a home campus, resident musicians, educational programs for aspiring musicians, and Playing for Peace, an outreach program that focuses on social change through chamber music.
The Apple Hill String Quartet performs Tuesday nights during the summer. Each Tuesday night concert is preceded by a buffet dinner and listenUP, a pre-concert lecture series by Director Leonard Matczynski.
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