Frequently Asked Questions
Where are the concerts? Our concert venue is Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church, 330 Greentree Rd, Sewell, NJ 08080. For map and driving directions, click here.
How can I guarantee my seat at your next concert? Purchase tickets in advance by mail or online. As a special courtesy to patrons, a volunteer will guide your credit card purchase online. Call 856-494-6077 and leave your phone number and voice mail request for help.
Do I have to print my tickets? NO - don't waste the paper. Just show up and we will mark you present. If you want a list of your concerts, choose VIEW RECEIPT (PDF) from your TicketLeap email and you will get a concise list of concerts, dates, and times.
What is TICKETLEAP? This is our online ticketing provider. When you receive your emailed tickets from team@TicketLeap.com, you will have the option of just marking the date in your calendar and showing up for the concert*, printing a paper ticket, or making a Selfie ticket on your phone. We are grateful that many patrons have learned how to do this, which streamlines our operations.
*Concert day check-in is like roll call in school-no paper ticket necessary.
What advantage do subscribers have? They save at least 20% by subscribing by Oct. 1. Subscribers can exchange tickets if they need to, by emailing. And best, they support the series in a tangible way, which helps in planning. We are grateful to our subscribers.
What is so special about Music at Bunker Hill? 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. Did we mention the free reception at every concert? Talk with performers and patrons and enjoy the delicious home made treats.
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.
Should I shop GivingAssistant? Please do, because they donate 5% or more of your eligible purchases to the concert series at no cost to you.
You may have read about the music-loving Pennsylvania teacher who generously left $4.7 million to the Philadelphia Orchestra. The Inquirer article pointed out some universal facts about nonprofit organizations like Music at Bunker Hill and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Ticket sales only provide about 37% of the annual budget and the rest has to come from donations. Please keep this in mind and be as generous as you can to Music at Bunker Hill in this Season of Giving. Tax receipts are mailed for all donations to this 501(c)3 nonprofit.
Won't you consider making a donation in any amount to Music at Bunker Hill online or by mail to help us present chamber music concerts in our intimate setting? Thank you to our current and future donors.
UPDATE We appreciate our Giving Tuesday donors because their generosity in advance of our December donor appeal has started to fill our funding gap.
Quick Links and timely news
We were featured in Discover Jersey Arts. Thanks to Shen Shellenberger for a great article.
Tickets will be available at the door for most concerts: $22 Adult/Senior and $10 Student. Check back here to see if an upcoming concert is sold out.
MABH has a phone message line. You can call the series at 856-494-6077. You are encouraged to leave a voice mail if you need assistance 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.
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BE A DONOR just for the fun of it. Every donation is valued and helps support the fine programs we present. Help us meet our goal of 80 donors this season.
ADA compliant: Please note that handicapped parking and wheelchair accessible entrance are at front of church. Large print program is available to right of double door entrance. Ask an usher if you need assistance.
This program is made possible in part by funding from The Gloucester County Cultural and Heritage Commission at Rowan College at Gloucester County, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State and the National Endowment for the Arts. (revised 2018)