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Indian Hill Music
36 King Street  PO Box 1484 
Littleton,  MA,  01460
 
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Indian Hill Music is a non-profit community music school and performance center located in Littleton, Massachusetts, whose mission is to benefit individuals, families and communities through music. Our professional performance series features symphonic concerts by the Orchestra of Indian Hill, led by Artistic Director Bruce Hangen, plus chamber music, jazz, and family events. Serving 1,500 students of all ages and abilities with its international faculty of 75 college and conservatory-trained teaching artists and 21 state-of-the-art studios, the Music School offers private instruction, group lessons and ensembles for all instruments and voice in a variety of genres, including classical, jazz,
                                                  folk, rock, Irish, musical theater and opera.

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