• The Little Studio and Saint-Gaudens' home

    Saint-Gaudens

    National Historic Site New Hampshire

Summer Concerts


Saint-Gaudens Summer Concert Series

These annual concerts are generously sponsored by the Trustees of the Saint-Gaudens Memorial. The performances carry on a tradition by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who often held concerts in his studio for family and friends.

Concerts are held on Sundays at 2:00 p.m., in the Little Studio at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site during the summer months. Chairs are available on the pergola and in the studio on a first come/first served basis. Visitors are welcome to picnic on the lawn adjacent to the Little Studio. Concerts are held rain or shine.

Concerts are included with normal paid admission to the site. There is no additional charge.

2014 Summer Concert Series

June 22
Nevers Band
Marching from Broadway to L.A
Sponsored by Midas Auto Service
Program

Family Picnic Hamper Day, pre-concert activities 11:00-1:30 p.m.

June 29
Sebastian Bäverstam, 'cello, Emily Smith, violin, Constantine Finehouse, piano
Classically Modern - Basque Dances to Beatles
Larry Nowlan Memorial Concert
Program

July 6
Thomas Hill, clarinet and Eliko Akahori, piano
Masterworks by Brahms, Bernstein, Arnold, Debussy
Sponsored by Littleton Coin Company
Program

July 13
William Feasley, guitar/theorbo, Sarah Weiner, baroque oboe/recorders
Occasional Music for Early Winds and Plucked Strings
Program

Presentation of the Saint-Gaudens Medal to James B. Atkinson

July 20
Maple Jam__
Grade "A" Fancy--Sweet A Cappella Jazz
Robert Meyers Memorial Concert
Program

July 27
Peter Gage Furlong, Jeffery Hartman, Giovanni Formissano, tenors, with Elizabeth Blood, piano
Three Tenors - Popular Arias and Canzone Napolitana
Sponsored by Kendal at Hanover
Program

August 3
Hevreh Ensemble, multiple winds, percussion and piano
Between Worlds, Native American Inspirations
Program

August 10
The Fischer and the Jennings Duos
European Masters for Eight Hands
Sponsored by Bea Robinson and Chuck Bradway
Program

August 17
Julia MacLane, 'cello, Louis Pierre Bergeron, french horn, with guest pianist
Pictures at an Exhibition
Ninth Annual Rosemond Edmonson Memorial Concert
Program

August 24
Aeolus String Quartet
An Afternoon in Paris and Vienna
Dedicated to Judy Platt
Program

August 31
Jazz Trio-Now with Donna McElroy jazz vocalist
Celebrating the Great American Songbook
Sponsored by a friend of Music at Saint-Gaudens
Program

Did You Know?

The 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was an artistic advisor for the 1893 Columbian Exposition. Calling it the greatest gathering of artists since the Renaissance, he designed the obverse of the Fair’s commemorative medallion.