The new Hubbard Hall website was launched yesterday. A lot of work has gone into creating a more functional and informative site. Thanks to the team at Studio 2 for the design of the website and their fantastic support on this project. Thanks to Z2Systems (Neon) for their easy to use platform for ordering, managing membership and making donations. “Neon was created to be the most comprehensive, user-friendly, cloud-based database for nonprofits”.
We are delighted with the results and hope you are too. Feedback and suggestions are welcome!
Check this space in the event of inclement weather for updates on your favorite classes and events. Generally, Hubbard Hall follows cancellations for Cambridge Central School. If school is canceled or delayed 2 hours or more due to weather in Cambridge, MORNING classes at Hubbard Hall are canceled. If weather conditions improve during the day, classes may be held at the discretion of the instructor. Please check here or on Facebook for updates.
Your Very Own Opera Singer!
You can help us make this season a success by welcoming one of our cast members into your home. If you feel moved to offer up the best of Cambridge hospitality for any amount of time at all in exchange for this fabulous music festival in your backyard, please contact Alix Jones.
Building off of the rich tradition of arts in the Cambridge Valley, Hubbard Hall Opera Theater seeks to bring yet another element of culture to an already bustling center.
The mission of HHOT is to provide classically trained singers and instrumentalists in New England and upstate New York greater opportunities to create something beautiful close to home, while also giving rural audiences the chance to enjoy an opera without having to spend the night in a city to do so. We also enjoy providing young artists with the chance to perform key roles in a nurturing environment alongside experienced field professionals.
-Alexina Jones, Artistic Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Work-Study Scholarship Program
Hubbard Hall is committed to making the arts accessible to all. We have an active work-study scholarship program where students in our dance, movement arts, music, theater and visual arts programs can volunteer time in a variety of ways in exchange for partial-tuition or full-tuition support for classes, workshops and intensives. Work-Study Scholars (or their parents) help with a variety of tasks, from class registration to building maintenance, from sewing costumes to outreach & marketing.
Scholarship Requests are granted for each term term of study, and priority is given to applications received by the deadline. Please apply no later than Friday June 21, 2013 to be considered for the Summer session. A member of our Scholarship Committee will contact you regarding volunteer opportunities in exchange for tuition assistance. Complete a scholarship application online or call for more information.