The 2024 Concert Season is about to begin! Please join our mailing list for announcements!

The 2024 Concert Season is about to begin! Please join our mailing list for announcements!

Great Waters Concerts in Town Series
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Great Waters, which first graced the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee on the Brewster Academy campus, is thrilled to announce its Concerts in Town Series for 2024. This exciting series marks the long-awaited return of live performances to Wolfeboro and the campus where it all began over 28 years ago, fulfilling a promise made during the challenging times of COVID-19.
This summer, Great Waters will feature three outstanding performances: two at the Pinckney Boathouse and one at the beautiful, newly reimagined Rogers Building. The latter has been aptly renamed the Grayson Student Center in honor of the Grayson Family, which played an instrumental role in renovating this historic building.

Kristy Kerin, Brewster’s Head of School, expresses her delight in continuing Brewster’s longstanding relationship with Great Waters by hosting several concerts on campus this summer. “The Great Waters Concert Series not only brings a range of great musicians into our community, but it also fosters a sense of togetherness and connection among us all.” This year’s Concerts in Town series is once again sponsored in part by the Curvey Family Foundation.
Leading off the series will be a return performance of The Empire Trio on July 17th at the Grayson Student Center. Back by popular demand after a sold-out performance last year, the trio will perform their newest show, You Raise Me Up, featuring the music made famous by the legendary Josh Groban and his best-known contemporaries Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, and Sarah Brightman.

On August 14th, fan-favorite Rebecca Robbins will perform 21 Oscar-winning songs from The Oscar Songbook at The Pinckney Boathouse. Rebecca is a Broadway actress, headline vocalist, cabaret artist, and co-host of the podcast series Historically Speaking along with her husband, Kim Kimmel. She has appeared on Broadway in “The Tale of Two Cities” and “The Phantom of the Opera” in addition to seven off-Broadway shows and one National Tour. A native of West Virginia, Rebecca and her husband often spend time at their summer home in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire.
Wrapping up the Concerts in Town Series with a flourish, the highly acclaimed Toomai String Quintet will grace the Pinckney stage on August 24th. Founded in 2007 at The Juilliard School, this quintet, known for their exceptional training and devotion to a diverse repertoire, promises a performance that will captivate and inspire.

Great Waters’ Concerts in Town is just one of the summer performance series offered. The Concerts in the Clouds series offers performances in their acoustic tent on the spectacular grounds of the Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough.

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