About the Residency

Ross Malcolm Boyd & Jamie Feinberg return to northern New Hampshire after touring the country as performers and educators for the last year. Ross leads a ukulele series for older adults, and the pair will offer performances and additional workshops while they're in the area. Family members of all ages will enjoy Hop, Froggy, Hop!, their new family concert offering. Catch a performance before they head back on the road!

Upcoming Performances & Events

Hop, Froggy, Hop!

Join Ross & Jamie for a true family concert -- audiences of all ages can expect fun, a good dose of silliness, and classic songs for children (and adults!) as well as original tunes.

Littleton Opera House, 2 Union St., Littleton
Friday, October 20, 6:30 p.m.
$5/person, $15/families
Order your tickets online now and pay only $10/family.
Reduced rates for Arts Alliance members.

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Please note: We strive to make our programs affordable and offer reduced rates for families (see above).

All are welcome -- if you would like to come but can't afford the ticket fee, please pay what you can or come as our guest.
Since ticket fees rarely cover our program costs, donations are always welcome!

About the Artist

Ross Malcolm Boyd is a composer, sound designer and engineer, educator and musician. He spent 4 years in a variety of roles in public radio, both as on-air talent and in production. He has a degree from the New England Institute of Art. In addition to his solo work as a singer/songwriter and performer, he has collaborated with his wife, Jamie on their new duo projects as well as in theater and music projects and in sacred settings.

Jamie Feinberg is a musician, educator, arts administrator and musical theater aficionado, with a Bachelor’s in Music from Smith College and a Master’s in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University. She runs her own theater company and is also a choir director and accompanist and a theater and music educator.