New Hampshire’s Lakes Region comes alive with music each summer. Visitors have a number of venue options including Meadowbrook, Flying Monkey Performance Center, Great Waters Music Festival, Wolfeboro Folk Concert Series and the New Hampshire Music Festival http://glynnhouse.com/area-activities/cultural-activities/. Each offer visitors a wide range of artists and genres at reasonable prices.
Celebrating its 62nd anniversary in 2014, the New Hampshire Music Festivalhttp://www.glynnhouse.com/area/id10.htm features a summer concert series of orchestral classical music, pops and chamber music performances plus a free pre-concert lecture series. For nearly 20 years, the Festival has been in residence at Plymouth State University in July and August, and is now a fixture at the Hanaway Theater and Smith Recital Hall in the Silver Center of the Arts.
The Festival attracts some of the finest classical musicians from around the country, representing many of the nation’s premiere symphony orchestras. The special bond between members of the orchestra has been built over many summers of playing music and enjoying the peace and beauty of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire together. This summer’s New Hampshire Music Festival program http://glynnhouse.com/events/ promises a mix of favorites and exciting new works that have consistently been a hallmark of the Festival’s offerings.
Use the romantic Glynn House Inn – situated less than 10 minutes from Plymouth – as your getaway entertainment base. Experience elegant surroundings, delicious food, uncompromising service and genuine hospitality. A full gluten free breakfast menu is always available. Bring your favorite four-footed canine pal and reserve one of five pet friendly rooms. View the Glynn House www.glynnhouse.com/ website for other special offers plus additional information about the Inn and local activities.