We’re excited to be performing as part of Summer Concerts at the PARC in Plaistow, NH on Wednesday August 24 from 6-8pm. We’ll be joined by Massachusetts based male a cappella group Tonehenge.
The PARC is located at 51 Old County Road (Carli’s Way) in Plaistow. This outdoor venue has plenty of room to set up your blankets and chairs, with a concession stand, restrooms, and plenty of parking. We’ll be closing out Plaistow Recreation’s concert series which takes place each Wednesday this summer starting June 22nd.
Cancellations due to weather will be posted by 3 p.m. online at www.Plaistow.com/Recreation so check before heading out if rain is in the forecast.
We will be hoping for excellent weather to close out the summer and look forward to being behind the microphones again and sharing our varied repertoire, including some new material! Hope to see you there!
We’ll be hosting a concert on Sunday afternoon April 7th at 3:30 pm. The concert will take place at Christ Episcopal Church on Pine Street in Exeter, NH.
The concert is a fundraiser for HAVEN NH, the largest violence prevention and support services agency in New Hampshire. HAVEN is dedicated to addressing public health through violence prevention and improving the well-being of children and families. Preventing abuse and providing support for those impacted by domestic and sexual violence can lead to healthier and more secure children and adults. Please visit www.havennh.org for more information.
We’re excited to be joined by a cappella groups None of the Above and [mix]tape for the show.
None of the Above is an a cappella octet from Wellesley, MA that loves to perform a diverse repertoire of catchy pop tunes, finger snapping jazz standards, familiar folk songs and uplifting spirituals. NOTA has performed all over New England. Visit their website at www.noneabove.org
None of the Above
[mix]tape began their a cappella journey in October of 2015, in the quaint, historic city of Dover NH. With a raggle-taggle bunch of folks with musical tastes spanning classical to early 20th Century jazz to modern radio hits, the members of the group remain true to their namesake. Learn more at www.mixtapeacappella.com
Doors open for seating at 3:00 pm. Tickets will be available at the door for a suggested donation of $10 per person.
We’re excited to be part of the second annual “Live Free & Sing“, an afternoon of a cappella hosted by Portsmouth Pro Musica (PPM). The performance takes place at Portsmouth’s St. John’s Episcopal Church on January 26, 2019, from 4 to 6 pm.
Performing groups include: the Afternotes, a multi-generational female group of UNH alumnae (that’s us!); UNH’s Not Too Sharp; The Hilltoppers, which originated from the music program at Berwick Academy; The Stairwells, who had their origins in the early 1990’s at Traip Academy in Kittery; RMS 5, from the Rock My Soul Gospel Choir; and The Overtones, from Portsmouth Pro Musica. These groups perform pieces from many traditions, from pop to rock, to doo-wop and blues, gospel and roots, and show tunes.
PPM vice-president John Rice, also a member of the Overtones, designed this afternoon to showcase the region’s talents. He cited the diversity of the music as something “that’s both fun and entertaining to watch,” and is enthusiastic about the expected turnout, saying, “Last year’s concert was very well-received, and we can expect an even better response this year.”
Want to hear those sleigh bells jingling? Join us at 1pm on on Saturday December 16th, for a performance at the Rye Public Library in Rye, NH. We’ll be performing a set of all your favorite holiday tunes! This performance is free and open to the public.
The Rye Public Library is located on 581 Washington Road, in Rye, NH. Hope to see you there!
On Wednesday October 18th we’ll be providing musical entertainment at the Friends of Hyder Family Hospice House’s Sweet Mystery Dessert Tasting event. This benefit is from 6-8pm at the Dover Elks Lodge at 282 Durham Road in Dover, NH.
Support a worthy cause, enjoy some delicious desserts and a mystery box raffle, along with a cappella music. And, you may learn a little about beat-boxing too!
We’ll be back at The Kittery Dance Hall on Saturday, September 9th, at 7:30pm, performing an amazing evening of a cappella with The Stairwells!
Tickets are $15 at the door, or $12 in advance, and can be purchased online here. ** This show sold out last time so we highly suggest purchasing your tickets in advance! **
We’ll be singing some new songs you may not have heard yet, and we’ve also got some new members we’d love for you to meet!
The Kittery Dance Hall is located at 7 Walker Street in Kittery, Maine. We can’t wait to see you there!
The Stairwells evolved from an eight-week a cappella class at Traip Academy in Kittery in the early 90’s. At the close of the session, they wanted more and Instructor/music director Ben Baldwin felt the same. They continued rehearsals each week for many years and after a brief hiatus, re-formed in 2010 and continue to sing a repertoire of songs from Rockin’ Gospel to Doo Wop at weddings, fairs, libraries, and multiple large community events.
We will be performing on Wednesday, July 26, from 6:00–8:00 p.m. at the Plaistow NH Summer Concert Series!
We’ll be joined by The Pow! Arrangers, an amazing Boston-based a cappella group featuring one of our former members, Ali Coes. So bring a blanket or chairs and join us for a beautiful summer evening filled with great music!
The concert will be held on the Plaistow Town Green, located at 145 Main Street, Plaistow, NH 03865.
The Afternotes will be participating once again in the Strawbery Banke Candlelight Stroll!
This popular event takes place during the first three weekends of December at Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH. We will be performing on Sunday, December 18. We will be caroling throughout the grounds starting at approximately 5:00 pm.
Stroll through life in a simpler time as 350 years of American history, winter traditions, and holiday celebrations unfolds around you in New Hampshire’s oldest waterfront neighborhood.
Historic houses from four centuries with decorations hand-crafted from natural materials
Hundreds of wood and glass candle boxes lighting the lanes and landscape