We note the March 4, 2017 passing of former Trustee Charles Whittingham.
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We note the passing of former Trustee, Warren G. Bodow, who served on the Board from 1997-2000.
Caramoor notes with sadness the passing of Patricia “Pat” Carey, of Rye. Read more
Originally Published by The New York TimesBy Anthony Tommasini
KATONAH, N.Y. — The conductor Will Crutchfield’s Bel Canto at Caramoor program has been bringing eager audiences to this festival here in Westchester County each summer for performances of operas from the early 19th century. On Saturday at Caramoor’s Venetian Theater Mr. Crutchfield turned to a work that couldn’t seem further from the era and style of bel canto: Poulenc’s “Dialogues of the Carmelites,” performed in the original French. First presented in 1957, this austerely beautiful and wrenching opera, loosely based on a historical event — the guillotining of 16 nuns from the Carmelite convent of Compiègne during the French Revolution — owes more to Debussy and Neo-Classical Stravinsky than the bel canto composers of an earlier time. Read more
Originally Published by The New York TimesBy Phillip Lutz
When Jeffrey P. Haydon took over as the chief executive of the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts in Katonah almost three years ago, favorable attendance at its jazz concerts was a hit-or-miss proposition. So he began networking, eventually approaching Jazz at Lincoln Center about forming a programming relationship. Read more
Award-winning vocalist, actor, director, and former ring leader Eric Michael Gillett is infusing the work of Lorenz Hart with deeply personal meaning. Learn why this year’s Cabaret in the Music Room balladeer connects so sincerely with the emotive lyricist and how chance has influenced Gillett’s work both inside the ring and on the stage, then hear him live at Caramoor.Read more