Snow Pond Press Release (NBRC Grant)

  SnowPond_logo_large September 20, 2016 For Immediate Release Snow Pond Center for the Arts is extremely proud to announce that it has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Northern Regional Borders Commission. This competitive grant was awarded to Snow Pond Center for the Arts through Maine’s Department of Economic Development to support job creation, stimulate population growth and increase tourism here in Central Maine. Snow Pond is one of the few non-profits to have ever received this award. Read The Article

2016 SUMMER MUSIC SERIES -Press Release

Contact: Matthew Wiggin Phone: 844-476-6976 Email: matthew.wiggin@snowpond.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 4, 2016

SNOW POND CENTER FOR THE ARTS AND NEW ENGLAND MUSIC CAMP ANNOUNCE

 2016 SUMMER MUSIC SERIES

SIDNEY, MAINE− Snow Pond Center for the Arts and the New England Music Camp announce their 2016 Summer Music Series. This exciting season will feature some of the world’s best musicians and performers. From Snow Pond’s very own Symphony Orchestra, to big band jazz with Al Corey under the stars, and onto NEMC’s 37th Annual Pops Concert, the summer of 2016 promises to be one of the best yet.

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SNOW POND MUSIC FESTIVAL EVENTS CALENDAR 2015

SnowPond_logo_ftr-300x90NEMC_logo_ftr       Contact: Matthew Wiggin Phone: 860-849-2263 Email: mwiggin@nemusiccamp.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 13, 2015

 

SNOW POND CENTER FOR THE ARTS ANNOUNCES

 

SNOW POND MUSIC FESTIVAL EVENTS CALENDAR

  SIDNEY, MAINE− Snow Pond Center for the Arts is excited to announce their 2015 Snow Pond Music Festival (snowpondmusicfestival.com) event calendar (May 31-June 21, 2015). Special performances from the Frederick L. Hemke Saxophone Institute, Maine Chamber Music Seminar, Snow Pond Composers Workshop, and the Snow Pond Group Piano Teaching Institute. All performances are free and open to the public. Read The Article


Big expansion planned for New England Music Camp

Kennebec Journal, Augusta, ME. Oct. 5, 2011 BY BEN MCCANNA,Correspondent
SIDNEY — The director of the New England Music Camp announced this week his intention to raise up to $10 million for a project that would transform the summer camp into a year-round performing arts center. John Wiggin, director of the New England Music Camp, points to an illustration of a proposed 32,000 square foot performing arts center during a regular meeting of the Sidney town selectmen on Monday. Director John Wiggin said Monday the plan calls for...Read more ->
 

New England Music Camp Begins 5-year Upgrade

Morning Sentinel, Waterville, ME. Sept. 14, 2012. BY MATT HONGOLTZ-HETLING Staff Writer
SIDNEY — Motorists who drive down Pond Road may wonder about construction activity at the New England Music Camp. The hole in the ground, which will become a foundation for an addition to the camp’s Alumni Hall, is just the beginning of a five-year plan that third-generation camp owner John Wiggin hopes will transform the location into a major player, both in central Maine’s arts scene and in the local economy. Read more ->