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  • Welcome to our 2014 Summer Season!

    Since 1992, Maudslay Arts Center has been the site of festivities which have entertained thousands of Seacoast-area residents. Join us for another season of music and memories!
  • Enjoy music under the stars, or a summer afternoon sun.

    From our outdoor stage to our historic barn, Maudslay Arts Center provides an unbeatable setting for concerts and special events on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.
  • Rain or shine, we've got you covered!

    Our restored barn offers a sheltered, shady spot to find catered desserts and beverages during our performances. And it's the ideal location for special events (weddings, company functions, and more).
  • July 5 - Joe Lily and the Mystix

    Kick off the Maudslay 2014 season with this soulful blues band. "This is bluesy soul at its finest and least pretentious." —Hal Horowitz of All Music Guide
  • July 12 - The Hillyer Festival Orchestra

    Orchestra and vocal music from the best of Broadway, film, and Big-Band literature presented in a Boston Pops-like atmosphere.
  • July 19 - Rebecca Parris

    Boston's First Lady of Jazz
  • July 13 - Sixties Invasion

    Put on your granny glasses and mod shirts and get ready for a romp through the 1960s music charts.
  • July 20 - Shirim Klezmer Orchestra

    "You don’t have to speak Yiddish to dig this music. They are exotic a little and hot a lot. Superior musicians!" -- Woods Hole Folk Music Society.
  • July 25 - Lance Bryant

    Arranger, composer, saxophonist, vocalist Lance Bryant has shared shared the stage with performers such as Hank Jones, Diane Reeves, Roy Hargrove, Russell Malone, Lewis Nash, Lou Rawls, Lionel Hampton and more.
  • Aug. 9 - Don Campbell Band

    Original and acclaimed crossover C&W + contemporary folk ensemble based in Maine and Nashville.
  • Aug. 10 - The Shaw Brothers

    The Shaw Brothers serve up their own unique blend of traditional and contemporary music interspersed with humor, poems and stories. The result is family entertainment at its best.
  • Aug. 16 - Paul Broadnax Quintet

    "I'm glad he happened along in our time because he gives the listener so much pleasure." - Joe Williams
  • Aug. 17 - Hal McIntyre Big Band

    Featuring a special tribute to Frank Sinatra.
  • Aug. 24 - Aeterna Trio

    Original music, classical crossover, and beloved themes from all over the world - re-imagined and reinvented in real-time.
  • Aug. 23 - Liz Frame and the Kickers

    Rootsy, rockin' and righteous music for all people!