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The New Hampshire Music Festival is a classical music summer festival that is held every July or August in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Both well-known and emerging musicians deliver outstanding performances of symphonic, chamber, and choral music. Most concerts take place at the Silver Center for the Arts and several more locations across Plymouth, and some are also held in other locations in the White Mountains region, such as Waterville Valley.
The New Hampshire Music Festival was first held as a small chamber orchestra event on MelodyIsland in Lake Winnipesaukee in 1952. It has grown into a festival that attracts top musicians from all over the nation.
A town of Plymouth is known for its scenic location in the White Mountains region, at the convergence of the Pemigewasset and Baker rivers. It also boasts many picturesque lakes, providing opportunities for water sports and outdoor summer activities.