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Caramoor Commissions Three New Works as Part of ARTSEE Festival

Original Post via ArtsWestchester

From March through July 2015, Westchester comes alive with vibrant cultural events in celebration of ArtsWestchester’s 50th anniversary. ARTSEE is a five month showcase of the creative spirit in Westchester County, New York, packed with dance, film, theatre, art exhibitions, concerts, open studios, poetry readings and more. Read more

New York: This Historic Estate Will Be Your New Dream Venue

Original Post via Brides

For couples looking for a gorgeous, open air venue for their wedding, consider the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts. Conveniently located in Katanoh, New York (which is just one short hour from Manhattan), this lush retreat is easily accessible for all of your guests in the tri-state area and beyond. Read more

Meet the Folksingers, Part II [slash] Willie Watson

Traditional music has seen its share of revivals in this country. From the first-wave folk rejuvenation of the late 19th century to the Depression-era return to Delta blues and other old-time iterations; the folk revival of the 1960s to today’s reinvigorated interest in Appalachian musical traditions; it’s clear that the roots of quintessentially American music are strong and deep. Read more

Exploring American Favorites [slash] Eric Michael Gillett

The popular music of decades past carries a timeless romance rarely found amongst the autotune-heavy pop hits of today. Whether on the screen, on the stage, or in the dark corners of a crowded lounge, the longing, joy, and passion of a Gershwin showstopper or Sondheim ballad still catches us, rapt, and begs us to listen. Read more

Meet the Folksingers, Part I / Dom Flemons

Folksinger. The term conjures up the likes of Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Joan Baez. The charismatic banjo or guitar slinger who keeps it simple, powerfully getting right to the heart of the song.

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