The Kalliroscope Gallery is in the sanctuary of the Old Baptist Church in Groton, Massachusetts. The congregation moved out in 1970 to build a larger church and Paul Matisse bought the empty church and moved into it in 1982.  The interior was extensively renovated to create a gallery for his work, living space and studio.

The Kalliroscope Gallery has been the venue for Indian Hill Art's prestigious chamber music series for many years. Nationally and internationally acclaimed artists perform in this beautiful space with its excellent acoustics and inspiring artwork. 

The 2016-17 Kalliroscope Gallery Concert series begins on Saturday, October 8th with Marianne Gedigian (flute) and Rick Rowley (piano) playing music by Handel, Schuman, and Zyman.

November 19th sees the return of David Deveau (piano) playing an all Schubert program.  February 25th, we welcome back Anton Nel (piano) with music by Debussy, Beethoven, and Chopin.  The Jupiter String Quartet returns on March 25th to perform Mozart, Bartok, and Dvorak works, and the season ends on April 29th with a performance by Triple Helix, playing music by Ravel, Bright Sheng, and Beethoven. 

For information about the series and tickets, please visit www.indianhillmusic.org