PMAC Updates





March 1, 2021

Message from Co-Founders: Russ & Katie Grazier

This is our 18th year serving the seacoast providing music and arts programming to students of all ages. This Fall 2020, we were able to reopen our doors to a hybrid model of music and arts instruction. This Spring and Summer 2021, we will continue with the hybrid model. The safety of our students, teaching artists and staff is our top priority and we will continue to adapt our protocols based on CDC and State of NH requirements. 

  • In-person: The capacity of our building will host no more than 40 students, teaching artists, and staff at one time. Face coverings are required for anyone who enters our building and participates in their classes or lessons onsite. We have limited class sizes and only utilize classrooms that allow for proper social distancing. Increased cleaning protocols are in place for all of our classroom spaces and common areas. Additionally, we recently installed an Ionization system to our HVAC system, teamed with Merv-13 filters. Our primary goal is to keep everyone safe. 
  • Online: We are hosting lessons, classes, ensembles, and a variety of new programs. We are excited to announce that our expansion of online programming has enabled us to hire several new teaching artists from around the country.
  • Where possible, some programs (including lessons, classes, and ensembles) are taking place both in person and online.


We understand that one size does not fit all. Therefore, we ask that you look carefully at the course descriptions on our website to better understand how each program will run this Fall. You may reach out to the PMAC office at or 603-431-4278 for more information.

PMAC CEO & Co-Founder Russ Grazier gives an update about PMAC’s plans for Fall 2020


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