Guitarist Hiroya Tsukamoto in Concert

Guitarist Hiroya Tsukamoto in Concert

Eclectic, immersive, and mesmerizing, acclaimed guitarist, composer, and singer-songwriter Hiroya Tsukamoto, from Kyoto, Japan, takes us on an innovative, impressionistic journey filled with earthy and organic soundscapes that impart a mood of peace and tranquility.

Tickets are $10 for nonmembers, $5 for members. Tickets can be purchased below or by calling the Mariposa front desk at 924-4555.

“…chops, passion and warmth. Zealously recommended!” -Jazz

The Pihcintu Multicultural Chorus in Concert!

The Pihcintu Multicultural Chorus in Concert!Welcoming immigrant children from around the globe, the Pihcintu Multicultural Chorus helps restart young lives. War-torn villages, bloodshed, refugee camps, famine, and political turmoil were devastating realities for many of these young singers before being embraced by the warmth, companionship and harmony that Pihcintu provides.

This unique chorus of young women from Cambodia, China, Congo, El Salvador, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda, Viet Nam, British West Indies, and Zambia, along with children whose families have been here for generations, have formed a powerful and permanent bond. Through the healing power of music, these vulnerable yet brave young women have learned to trust, hope and laugh again. The singers and their music are transformative. Being in their presence is a life-enhancing experience and they touch the hearts of all who hear them!

Tickets are $15 for general public, $10 for Mariposa members. Advance ticket purchase highly recommended. If tickets are no longer available through the links below, please call the museum front desk at 603-924-4555 during normal museum hours (11am-5pm) to see if any standing room tickets are still available.


See a video clip of the Chorus performing here:

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Melodies on the Eastern Wind: An Evening of Traditional Ottoman and Turkish Music

Boston based musicians Ceren Türkmenoğlu, Michael K. Harrist and George Lernis will present a concert of Ottoman and Turkish music at the Mariposa in Peterborough at 7pm on Saturday, December 7. Highlighting the cosmopolitan nature of Istanbul and other urban centers of the Ottoman world, the ensemble will present a wide range of repertoire spanning five centuries that features pieces by composers of Turkish, Polish, Greek and Moldavian origin. The performance will feature instruments such as rebab, yaylı tanbur, bendir, küdum, santur and violin and will include taksim, or improvising within the mode of the tradition.

Tickets are $10 for Mariposa members and $20 for nonmembers. Purchase at the links below or call 603-924-4555 to reserve.


Melodies on the Eastern Wind: An Evening of Traditional Ottoman and Turkish MusicCeren Türkmenoğlu ( is a versatile musician; a classical violinist, a multi-instrumentalist in Turkish music and an explorer of ethnomusicology. Studying in Ankara, Turkey and Leipzig, Germany, she worked in Ankara State Opera and Ballet Orchestra and Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra. In 2017, she moved to Boston where she leads an active musical life performing in recitals, chamber music ensembles and orchestras in and around Boston. Alongside her classical music career, she is a performer of Turkish music and performs on traditional instruments such as rebab and bendir. Through her music, she aims to revive the traditional roots and bring out the interconnections in between cultures. Her project ‘Music from Where the Sun Rises’, that focuses on Turkish classical music, was awarded the Live Arts Boston grant from The Boston Foundation.






Melodies on the Eastern Wind: An Evening of Traditional Ottoman and Turkish Music

Michael K. Harrist ( is a multi-instrumentalist (specializing in contrabass and yaylı tanbur), composer, educator and concert promoter based in Kittery, ME. Michael works with artists in a wide array of traditions and has performed throughout North America and Europe with various ensembles including Ameranouche, Ross Daly and Kelly Thoma, Çeşni Trio, Orchestrotica, Luke Concannon, Sol & Kiel, Capillary Action and Mitos Orchestra. Michael’s teachers include W. A. Mathieu, Ross Daly, Pandit Ramesh Mishra, George Ruckert, Fred Stubbs, Evgenios Voulgaris, Aruna Narayan, Stan Charkey, James Macdonald, Amer Latif and Refik Algan.







Melodies on the Eastern Wind: An Evening of Traditional Ottoman and Turkish Music

Born and raised in Nicosia, Cyprus George Lernis ( is a drummer and world percussionist. In addition to the drums George specializes in a number of instruments such as: the Santur (microtonal dulcimer), Darbuka, Bendir (frame drum), Riq (Arabic tambourine) and Davul. George holds a bachelor’s degree from Berklee College of Music in Jazz Performance and a master’s degree from Longy Conservatory in Modern American Music. Throughout his studies in the US he attended private lessons with master musicians such as: Bob Gullotti, John Ramsay, Kenwood Dennard, Dave DiCenso, Mark Walker, Jerry Leake, Dave Samuels, Gary Barton and Gary Chaffee among others. Over the last few years George has recorded and collaborated with prominent figures and ensembles such as: Dave Liebman, Anat Cohen, Antonio Sanchez, Tiger Okoshi and A Far Cry String Orchestra just to name a few. George has performed in venues such as the Carnegie Hall (NY) and Lincoln Center (NY).