Community Arts Partners
Throughout the year, a range of beloved community arts groups and the Lebanon School District (“the big stage for little kids”) set up residence at LOH. Our house becomes their home and we’re proud to uphold a 98-year-commitment to supporting community participation in the arts.
No matter the artist’s age or level of experience, they all have the opportunity to perform on a professional stage with expert technicians and state-of-the-art equipment. Both on- and off-stage, participants receive mentoring by LOH staff who emphasize quality technical production and professionalism.
For more information about upcoming performances from our community partners visit our Upcoming Events page.
City Center’s artistic team combines the talents of Upper Valley students with international guest artists to produce large-scale productions at LOH.
Through patient and positive methods, TDC choreographers encourage young dancers to explore their love of movement.
LOH provides a safe and professional environment for staging many of the district’s instrumental, vocal, and theater events.
The Upper Valley’s resident barbershop-style chorus presents playful programs of a cappella entertainment for audiences of all ages.
Since 1973, NCCT has produced quality musicals for adults and young people.
The region’s premier professional summer music festival. Founded in 1982, it is the only full-time professional opera company serving New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.
Best known since 1975 for its annual Midwinter Revels celebration, Revels North provides year-round multi-generational programming celebrating the power of traditional song, dance, storytelling, and ritual.
Founded in 2004 to provide kids with a fun, educational theater experience with the added benefit of serving children in need. Each year, the troupe performs a large scale musical with net proceeds donated to charity.
A proud part of the region’s musical heritage, UVCB’s musicians perform at parades and seasonal events, including twice-yearly concerts on the LOH stage.
Expert faculty work with beginner through advanced students and teach programs designed for ages birth through adulthood. One of the Lebanon-based community music school’s resident ensembles (Upper Valley Chamber Orchestra) and members of the Suzuki Program offer public performances at LOH.
Photos thanks to Lars Blackmore, Dan Drye, Dan Grossman, Evan Oxenham, Kara Sasvari, and Rob Strong.