Center for The Arts’ Announces 2019 Winter Performing Arts Series

Press Release

The Center for the Arts is please to present four performing arts programs as part of their Winter Performing Arts Series.  Come be inspired, educated, and entertained by Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti in an outstanding performance as Harriet Tubman on January 13 at 2  PM in Whipple Hall, 25 Seamans Road, New London NH. Her one-woman play, “I Can’t Die But Once” will tell the true story of Harriet Tubman, an inspiration to us all.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day on Saturday, February 16 at 7 PM with Nancy Tripp and her trio as they present “Crooners, Cabaret and Chocolate”. Whipple Hall in New London, will be transformed into a cabaret with round tables, chairs, soft lights, great music and a dance floor.

Enjoy an A Cappella Concert with The New Hampshire Troubadours on Sunday, March 10 at 2 PM at Whipple Hall, 25 Seamans Road, New London NH. Founded and directed by Susan Cancio-Bello members include: David Almond – (bass) New London, Linda Barnes – (soprano) Salisbury,  Susan Cancio-Bello – (soprano) Sunapee, Carol Foss – (tenor) New London, Jonathan Fowler – (tenor) New London, Elizabeth Howell – (alto) South Sutton., Molly Kidane – (alto) New London, Laura McCoy – (soprano) Newport, Knick Moschella – (bass) Enfield, Dave Munn – (bass) Sunapee, Nina Rogers – (alto) New London, Judy Thackaberry – (soprano) Sunapee, and Kendra West-Senor – (alto) Warner.

The final performance in the series happens on April 27 at 7 PM and features the old time music of the Bradford Bog People. Often aired on NHPR, they present mostly traditional acoustic music from the Appalachian Mountains on banjo, fiddle, and guitar.  Enjoy these beautiful harmonies along with some clogging as well. Members include; Beth Eldridge: fiddle, guitar, vocals; Tii McLane: banjo, fiddle, guitar, vocals; and Woody Pringle: banjo and mandolin. This performance will take place in Warner, at the Warner Town Hall.

Tickets for all the performances can be purchased at Morgan Hill Bookstore and Tatewell Gallery in New London, or online at