Nashua Community Concert Association
The Nashua Community Concert Association began with the 1931–1932 season under the leadership of its first president, Sarah Mercer. The first series consisted of three all-classical concerts, and the subscription prices were $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children.
The Association has presented a season continuously since that first one, and at present time offers five or six concerts, usually of mixed classical and light classical, dance and other variety of programs.
The Nashua Community Concert Association has presented many famous performers over the years. Some names from earlier seasons will probably be familiar to you today. Richard Tucker, Robert Merrill, and Dorothy Kirsten, all Metropolitan Opera stars, as well as the Trapp Family Singers of "Sound of Music" fame, have performed for Nashua Community Concerts audiences.