Frequently Asked Questions
Where are the concerts? Our spring concerts will be presented both online and outdoors at The Music Barn following CDC guidelines. See location details for each event.
What is so special about Music at Bunker Hill? The music and the people. We go out of our way to make the concerts enjoyable. You and your friends will have a great time and meet like-minded patrons.
How can you share your enjoyment of our concerts? Write a comment to be added to our "What they're saying" page or review us on facebook page. Review us on Google and Yelp, to help us build our brand awareness.
Should I shop GivingAssistant/Amazon Smile? Please do, because they donate a percentage of your eligible purchases to the concert series at no cost to you.
ADA compliant: Please note that handicapped parking and wheelchair accessible entrance are at front of church. Large print program is available near ticket table. Ask an usher if you need assistance.
Quick Links and timely news
GRANT NEWS - 2/23/21 MABH has received grants from Gloucester County Cultural and Heritage Commission, The Presser Foundation and Google Ads Grants. We have hired media professionals to produce spring concert ads.
MABH has a phone message line. Call the series at 856-494-6077 if you need assistance. Leave a voice mail and a volunteer will call you back.
WORD OF MOUTH is our best advertising, we have determined. Please spread the word to your friends. A new patron recently mentioned that she had never heard of us, but will definitely see us next season.
ARE YOU ON FACEBOOK? Please "like us" and share your comments on our facebook page.
Won't you consider making a donation in any amount to Music at Bunker Hill online below, with our online credit card assist (856-494-6077: leave a message), or by mail to help us present chamber music concerts? Thank you to our current and future donors.
This program is made possible in part by funding from The Gloucester County Cultural and Heritage Commission at Rowan College of South Jersey, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.