Summer Season 2018!

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The Falling and the Rising – A New American Opera

Special FREE Opera Event

Friday, June 15 at 6-8 pm
The Argyle Brewing Company (ABC)
Cambridge Tasting Room at the Train Depot

Sneak Preview of The Falling and the Rising, a new American opera. Join us and artists from the Seagle Music Colony for a special sneak peek performance of parts of The Falling and the Rising, the new American opera playing Hubbard Hall in September.  Seagle Music Colony Executive Director Darren Woods will present the company and share insights into the artistic process.  Beer and wine will be served at an additional cost.  Join us for a fun evening of beautiful operatic song and conversation.


Saturday, September 29 at 2 and 7 pm – Two Shows Only!
$25 Adults/$10 Students Ages 6-22

By librettist Jerre Dye and composer Zach Redler. Based on an idea by Staff Sergeant Ben Hilgert. Co-commissioned by the Seagle Music Colony and The US Army Field Band & Soldiers’ Chorus. Presented by the Seagle Music Colony. This exciting new opera, based on the true stories of dozens of active duty soldiers and veterans, honors the indomitable spirit of our military veterans and sheds light on the power of their often-overlooked stories. This new opera had its world premiere in Fort Worth, Texas in April and will travel the country throughout this year. Catch it at Hubbard Hall before it plays the rest of the country. Join us in honoring our veterans and active duty soldiers with this tribute to their courage and compassion.


Check each Theater Performance for start times.

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 2018-2019 Music Season

Sunday June 3, 4:00 pm
Emerging Artists Viola & Violin Workshop Concert
Sunday June 10, 4:00 pm
Emerging Artists Cello Workshop Concert

Suggested Ticket Price $15 Or Pay What You Can

Sunday July 8 at 4 pm
In the glades of silentness…
Ernö Dohnányi: Piano Quartet #2
Kareem RoustomTraces for String Quartet, piano & clarinet
Sunday July 22 at 4 pm
…for trill of pleasure…
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata #18 in G Major, K 301 for violin and piano
Sofia Gubaidulina: String Trio
Erich Korngold: Piano Quintet Opus 15, in E Major
Sunday July 29 at 4 pm
Of such ecstatic sound…
Francis Poulenc: Flute Sonata
Mieczyslaw Weinberg: String Trio
Antonin Dvorák: Piano Trio in F minor

Suggested Ticket Price $25 Or Pay What You Can


Year-end Dance Showcase

Part I at 4pm, Part II at 7 pm
June 16th, 2018
The Annual Year-end Dance Showcase is back to thrill audiences with the graceful forms of Ballet and Lyrical, the fun moves of Hip Hop and Jazz, and the classical styles of Bollywood and Irish Step!


Free Summer Library Programs at Cambridge Library Wednesdays at 6:30pm.

Magician Ron Cain presents: “Band Together with the Wizard of Books”
July 11th at 6:30pm
The Wizard of Books will enlist the help of audience members in assembling a wizard rock band. Volunteers will play magical instruments that the Wizard of Books will conjure on his own. In addition to playing music the audience will learn about literary and historical wizards such as Harry Potter and Merlin!
 Tom Sieling presents “Take a Tromp Through the Swamp!” 
July 18th at 6:30pm
This show is a top-ten lineup of the world’s most fun, humorous, and participatory kids’ songs, along with lots of reading encouragement and cool facts about area animals. Tom also strongly encourages the kids to make music a lifelong part of their lives. All songs include parts for the whole family.

A Barrel of Fun Productions presents Derby Dan’s “American Music Rocks”
July 25th at 6:30pm
Derby Dan and his ventriloquist partner Huber the loveable Hound Dog chronicle the roots of American music through the years, including early folk songs to early rock and roll featuring instruments such as the banjo, mandolin, ukulele, harmonica and more. This light-hearted audience interactive show is a hit for all ages!

In additional to performance based programming and classes, Hubbard Hall also offers several Special Events and Fundraisers throughout the year!

Hubbard Hall 40th Anniversary Gala was a huge success. Thank you! The Sale is ongoing so you can still support Hubbard Hall with a purchase of one of the special donated items.

May 19th, 2018, 7pm
Join us for our annual Gala,as we honor Battenkill Chorale Artistic Director, Janet McGhee as this year’s recipient of the Hubbard Hall Making Art and Community Happen award.

This is our biggest fundraiser of the year and a time to come together and celebrate our swing into spring! There’ll be, as always,  delicious food catered this year by Round House Bakery Cafe, a sale of some amazing items, gorgeous music provided by David Cuite’s Freight Yard Quartet and a relaxed atmosphere of community and camaraderie.

Hubbard Hall is excited to offer a very Special On-line Sale in conjunction with the 40th Anniversary Gala on May 19th. We are thrilled to be showcasing a variety of special items donated by local artists, businesses and supporters of Hubbard Hall as a special 40th Anniversary fundraising spectacular! Our goal is to raise $40,000 for 40 years & we are very close to our goal! There is only one of each item so don’t miss your opportunity to support Hubbard Hall by purchasing an item.

Click here to view and purchase an item.