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Each year a core group of generous donors join our Membership family at the Rosen Society level ($2,500 and above), helping us to honor the history and legacy of Caramoor’s founders, Walter and Lucie Rosen. As a thank you, we invite this diverse group of music lovers for a complimentary dinner including great food, wine, a live performance by the Aizuri Quartet and Caroline Shaw, and a meet-and-greet with Caramoor’s Chairman and CEO.

Artists

Aizuri Quartet
Caroline Shaw


Are you ready to take your giving to the next level? Let us thank you!

Already a Rosen Society Member? We’ll be in touch!

For more information, please contact our Director of Individual Gifts, Jennifer Pace: jennifer@caramoor.org / 914.232.5035 ext.412

This intimate evening is an annual celebration supporting Caramoor’s Arts-in-Education programs for young children. It offers fabulous food, each year prepared by a different guest chef, paired with rare wines from the area’s best private cellars.

In 2018, we celebrate Europe’s premier female winemakers and America’s foremost female chefs and musicians. They’ll set the tone for a fabulous evening in the Rosen House.

Dinner prepared by Chef Alexandra Raij of Txikito

in collaboration with guest chefs of her curation.

  • Patti Jackson, Delaware & Hudson
  • Lisa Donovan, Pastry Chef and Writer; Nashville
  • Cheetie Kumar, Garland, Neptune’s Parlor, Kings; Raleigh
  • Rebecca Wilcomb, Herbsaint, New Orleans
  • Pairing of Wines from European Vintners

    2001 Domaine Leflaive Chevalier Montrachet
    1982 Lopez de Heredia Vina Tondonia Reserva
    2010 Volnay Premier Cru Les Santenots Maison Leroy
    12.9 L of 1952 Giacomo Conterno Barolo Riserva Monfortino Speciale

    Performance by Grammy and Tony Award-winning jazz giant Dee Dee Bridgewater
    Silent Auction / Private House Tours

    Benefit Co-chairs: Jim Attwood & Peter Kend


    For more information and to make a reservation, please contact our Special Events office: events@caramoor.org / 914.232.1492.
    Benefit tickets are $2,500; all but $250 per ticket is tax-deductible, as provided by law.

    All events will take place, rain or shine. In the event of severe weather, necessary safety precautions will be taken.

    Acclaimed singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, named one of the top-10 living songwriters by NPR Music, headlines the American Roots Music Festival, now in its 8th year. Rising star multi-instrumentalist Valerie June brings her unique blend of Appalachian tradition, gospel, and blues. Many other artists round out this day-long celebration of folk, country, bluegrass, gospel, blues, Old Time, and intriguing folk fusion performances held throughout Caramoor’s lawns and gardens. Come for a day of discovery and good ole’ fashioned leisurely family-friendly listening.

    Artists

    Evening Performers 7:30pm
    Aimee Mann
    Valerie June

    Daytime Performers beginning at noon
    The Alexis P. Suter Band
    Front Country
    Anthony da Costa
    Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons
    Ryanhood
    Night Tree
    Amythyst Kiah
    Ali Dineen
    Feral Foster
    Lily Henley


    Getting to Caramoor

    Taking the train? We’ll give you a lift! Free Metro-North Katonah Shuttle beginning at 10:00am.

    For Day-Only admission you can also take advantage of our Metro-North Getaway package offering discounted round-trip rail fare and admission. Purchase at Metro-North kiosks.
    Metro North


    Other Daytime Events

    Historic House Tours  3:15pm, 4:15pm, 5:15pm, 6:15pm. Sign up at the Festival.

    I Spy Tours (for kids!) 1:00pm, 1:45pm

    Family-friendly Sound Art Tours  2:00pm, 3:00pm, 4:00pm, 5:00pm. Meet at Stone Song.

    Music & Arts Instrument Petting Zoo Kids can play and try out a selection of instruments.

    Raffles  win free tickets to upcoming shows


    We invite you to this year’s Chamber Feast, featuring a host of exceptional musicians and Caramoor familiars. Come to the Caramoor grounds by 2:00pm to hear performances by the National Youth Orchestra of the USA and NYO2, two incredible programs built to select and sustain talented and diverse musicians for the future (Free).

    Artists

    Pamela Frank, violin
    Alexi Kenney, violin
    Jesse Mills, violin
    Ayane Kozasa, viola
    Vicki Powell, viola
    Oliver Herbert, cello
    Karen Ouzounian, cello
    Moran Katz, clarinet
    Roman Rabinovich, piano

    Program

    Mozart String Quintet in D Major, K. 593
    Bartók Contrasts
    — Intermission —
    Dvořák String Sextet in A Major, Op. 48

    2:00pm Musicians from the National Youth Orchestra of the USA and NYO2 perform chamber music around the Caramoor grounds (Free)
    Complimentary Garden Listening Tickets for Members at the Family Level and above

    A quartet of Brooklyn percussionists with a passion for new music, artistic collaborations, community service and engagement, and artistic education, Sō Percussion makes their Caramoor debut this summer with pieces ranging from 20th-century “classics” to contemporary works including the World Premiere of Vijay Iyer’s Mallet Quartet, TORQUE. Join us before the performance for a pre-concert talk with members of the quartet.

    “…exhilarating blend of precision and anarchy, rigor and bedlam” — New Yorker
    Artists

    Eric Cha-Beach
    Josh Quillen
    Adam Sliwinski
    Jason Treuting

    Program

    Steve Reich Mallet Quartet
    Paul Lansky Springs
    Donnacha Dennehy Broken Unison
    – Intermission –
    Caroline Shaw Taxidermy
    Vijay Iyer TORQUE (World Premiere)
    Cage Third Construction

    7:00pm Pre-concert conversation with members of Sō Percussion and Vijay Iyer

    Marc-André Hamelin is an accomplished and unrivaled virtuoso when it comes to the renowned works of the established repertoire for piano. He brings to his Caramoor debut one of Schumann’s greatest works for solo piano, central to the early Romantic period, and Schubert’s elegant masterpiece – the last sonata for piano he would ever write. In “Schubert’s Piano Sonata in B-flat … Hamelin’s virtuoso piano technique was fully harnessed in the service of Schubert’s unvirtuosic music, allowing soft playing to make a more penetrating impression than usual” (David Patrick Stearns, The Philadelphia Inquirer).

    “One of the most adventurous and certainly the most courageous pianists of recent times.” — International Piano Quarterly
    Artist

    Marc-André Hamelin, piano

    Program

    Schumann Fantasy in C Major, Op. 17
    Schubert Piano Sonata in B-flat Major, D. 960

    Complimentary Garden Listening Tickets for Members at the Family Level and above

    Join Broadway stars Mikaela Bennett (The Golden Apple), Alysha Umphress (On the Town), Bryce Pinkham (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder), and Ben Davis (Violet) in celebrating Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday! Tony Award winner Ted Sperling is Music Director and host for this evening of songs from Bernstein’s musicals, including West Side Story, Candide, Wonderful Town, Peter Pan, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and On the Town.

    “Music makes life more enjoyable, more exalted — more bearable.” — Leonard Bernstein
    Artists

    Mikaela Bennett
    Alysha Umphress
    Ben Davis
    Bryce Pinkham
    Ted Sperling, Music Director and Host

    Rainbow Slash
    Join us at the Sense Circle for a complimentary Pride & Prosecco pre-concert reception for concert goers at 6:00pm.

    Celebrate July 4th the Caramoor way as we pay tribute to Leonard Bernstein alongside other grand symphonic works with the esteemed Westchester Symphonic Winds and two stellar alumni from Caramoor’s Schwab Vocal Rising Stars. Then, stick around for a proper ending to the evening with Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, and of course — fireworks!

    Artists

    Westchester Symphonic Winds
    Curt Ebersole, conductor
    Meredith Lustig, soprano
    Miles Mykkanen, tenor

    Program

    Smith The Star Spangled Banner (arr. by Damrosch and Sousa)
    Bernstein Candide: Overture (arr. by Clare Grundman)
    Willson Selections from The Music Man (arr. by Barton Green)
    Markowski Famishus Fantasticus
    Fillmore Americans We March (arr. by Fennell)
    Sheldon Metroplex: Three Postcards from Manhattan
    Bernstein Selections from West Side Story (arr. by Matt Podd)
    Ward America the Beautiful (arr. by Phillip Rothman)
    Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture, Op. 49 (arr. by Mayhew L. Lake)
    Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever (arr. by Brion and Schissel)

    Covered Picnicking for All Membership Levels in the Pavilion

    In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be held as planned on Wednesday, July 4 and the fireworks will be held at 9:00pm Thursday, July 5.

    Become entangled in the storytelling of The Secret Gardener (La finta giardiniera) as performers and audience members meet in the beautiful setting of Caramoor’s Sunken Garden. Written by an 18-year-old Mozart, The Secret Gardener is a story of love, madness, and redemption that unfolds in the lush grounds of a beautiful garden. Disguises and mistaken identities abound in Mozart’s charming tale of a triple love triangle! Enjoy a summer evening outdoors with this lighthearted comic opera, performed in English. Seating is extremely limited for this unique performance, so be sure to book well in advance!

    Produced in collaboration with On Site Opera.

    “It was the kind of unique, immersive, site-specific production that is OSO’s bread and butter … all in all, it was the perfect entertainment for a spring evening.” — Broadway World
    Artists

    Ashley Kerr (Sandrina)
    Emalie Savoy (Arminda)
    Katrina Galka (Serpetta)
    Kristin Gornstein (Ramiro)
    Spencer Viator (Belfiore)
    Michael Kuhn (Podesta)
    Jorell Williams (Nardo)

    Grand Harmonie
    Geoffrey McDonald, conductor
    Eric Einhorn, director
    Kelley Rourke, English translation & dialogue
    Yoni Kahn & Thomas Carroll, chamber orchestration
    Beth Goldenberg, costume designer

    Afterglow Reception for All Audience Members

    Caramoor’s 2018 Summer Season comes to a close with Orchestra of St. Luke’s led by Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie and the inimitable mezzo-soprano Susan Graham. Performing selections from the roles that brought her renown, the first half of the program feature selections from Handel’s Ariodante and Alcinia followed by Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro and La Clemenza di Tito. Join us in celebrating a summer full of music and be sure to come early for a pre-concert lecture with Bernard Labadie.

    “Graham’s mezzo-soprano is a voice without regrets, healthy, rounded, ineffably musical, and eager for a challenge.” — The New Yorker
    Artists

    Orchestra of St. Luke’s
    Bernard Labadie, Principal Conductor Designate
    Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano

    Program

    Handel Overture, Gavotte, and Bourrée from Ariodante
    Handel “Dopo notte” from Ariodante
    Handel “Scherza infida” from Ariodante
    Handel Overture to Alcina
    Handel “Sta nell’ Ircana” from Alcina
    — Intermission —
    Mozart Overture to Le Nozze di Figaro
    Mozart “Non so più” from Le Nozze di Figaro
    Mozart “Voi che sapete” from Le Nozze di Figaro
    Mozart Symphony No. 36 “Linz”
    Mozart “Deh per questo” from La Clemenza di Tito

    3:00 pm Pre-concert conversation with Bernard Labadie
    Complimentary Garden Listening Tickets for Members at the Family Level and above