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October 20, 2021

Indian Hill Music to open new 1,000-seat Groton HQ and change name

Photo/Courtesy/Epstein Joslin Architects Indian Hill's proposed facility in Groton will add to the nonprofit's ability to teach and offer performances to its 79-community service area.

Indian Hill Music, a regional nonprofit center for music education and performance, announced it will move its headquarters from Littleton to a brand new facility in Groton, and will change its name to Groton Hill Music Center.

The new facility will open in fall 2022, per the announcement dated on Sept. 24, and will include a 126,000-square-foot music venue with a 1,000-seat concert hall, a 300-seat performance hall, and multi-scaled rehearsal and teaching spaces. 

Indian Hill bought a 110-acre property at 170 Old Ayer Road in Groton for $1.11 million in 2015, according to the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds.

The nonprofit, which serves 79 communities in Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, was originally founded in Groton in 1985 before moving to Littleton. It appointed a new CEO in early 2019, Lisa Fiorentino, who has led the development of the new facility.

Indian Hill Music will continue under its current name until the opening of the Groton facility next fall.

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