An annual outdoor bash, our Friends’ Garden Party brings together our entire Membership family for an afternoon of music, friends, and fun. This year we celebrate before heading to the Venetian Theater for a complimentary performance by Pacifica Quartet. Children welcome!
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Beethoven may have composed only one complete opera, but his contribution to the great tradition of German Lieder was fundamental. Led by Rachelle Jonck, the Bel Canto Young Artists present a program of beloved gems and little-known masterworks from his extensive catalogue of works for piano and voice. Join us on July 21 to warm up your ears for the Fidelio performance that follows on the 31st.
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Get a head-start on Independence Day with an evening of patriotic music, delicious picnics on the lawn, stilt-walkers, friends, family, and fireworks! An audience favorite, the 60-piece Westchester Symphonic Winds led by Curt Ebersole returns for an unforgettable performance of works steeped in American heritage. Guest appearances by Broadway heart-throb Ryan Silverman – currently performing with major symphony orchestras in a Frank Sinatra-themed showcase to honor Ol’ Blue Eyes’ 100th birthday – and exceptional euphonist John Palatucci ensure a night of swinging, Sousa-studded fun for the whole family. Plus, what Pops, Patriots & Fireworks celebration at Caramoor would be complete without a performance of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture?
Ryan Silverman, vocalist
John Palatucci, euphonium
Curt Ebersole, conductor
Westchester Symphonic Winds
Robert Sherman, host
Smith The Star Spangled Banner (arrangement by John Philip Sousa & Walter Damrosch)
Jenkins American OvertureSousa The Invincible EagleBacharach Promises, Promises (arrangement by Barton Green)
Clarke Carnival of VeniceWilliams Star Wars (arrangement by Steven Bulla)
Porter I’ve Got You Under My Skin (arrangement by Matt Podd)
Van Heusen All the Way (arrangement by Matt Podd)
Kander New York, New York (arrangement by Matt Podd)
Williams The SinfoniansTchaikovsky Overture, “1812” (arrangement by Mayhew L. Lake)
Sousa The Stars & Stripes Forever (arrangement by Brion & Loras Schissel)
Members’ Lounge: Caramoor Members may reserve private tables for all-day picnicking in the centrally-located Reception Tent. Reserve now! Become a Member.
In the case of rain, the concert will be held as planned on Saturday, July 2 and the fireworks will be held at 9:30pm Sunday, July 3.
Due to predicted severe weather, this performance has moved from the Spanish Courtyard to the Venetian Theater.
Fred Hersch, whom Vanity Fair calls “the most arrestingly innovative pianist in jazz over the last decade or so,” gathers artists he admires deeply for what he promises to be “a fun evening of musical dialogue with musicians who share the joy of spontaneity at the highest level.” Grammy-nominated Chris Potter, saxophone, and Kate McGarry, vocals, join Hersch for this inventive night of music-making presented in collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center.
“[Fred Hersch] specializes in high lyricism and high danger.” – The New Yorker
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Jazz in the Music Room continues this spring with Israeli-born, New York-based clarinetist and saxophonist Anat Cohen and her quartet. Deemed “a woodwind revelation of dark tones and delicious lyricism,” (DownBeat) Cohen synthesizes an array of influences – Afro-Brazilian, Argentinian, Colombian, Afro-Cuban, Klezmer, and more – for uniquely intoxicating performances. With appearances at hubs such as Umbria, SFJAZZ, North Sea Jazz, and Jazz at Lincoln Center, Cohen is reintroducing the world to choro – Brazilian popular music often considered Rio’s answer to the early New Orleans jazz scene – while exploring the jazz canon and revealing luminous compositions of her own. Join us for an eclectic eruption of world jazz inside Caramoor’s intimate Music Room.
An all-audience Afterglow Reception with wine, beer, and nibbles will follow the performance!
“With the clarinet she becomes a singer, a dancer, a poet, a mad scientist, laughing – musically – with the sheer delight of reaching that new place, that new feeling…”
Spend time relaxing with friends and enjoying a formal tea service in the Summer Dining Room, overlooking the romantic Spanish Courtyard, including a variety of tea sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and preserves, delicious desserts, and a host of fragrant teas served with exquisite vintage china. Take an illuminating Tour of the Rosen House before the Tea and explore the history of Caramoor, the Rosen family, their much-loved country home, and the extensive collection of fine and decorative art they amassed through the years. Leave time after the Tea & Tour to stroll through Caramoor’s bucolic gardens.
Join us for the 22nd year of Cabaret in the Music Room, a Benefit for Caramoor with three-time Tony Award nominee Marin Mazzie and Emmy-nominated Jason Danieley. Broadway’s on- and off-stage golden couple discovered their romance 14 years ago, as the mythological lovers Dido and Aeneas in Charles L. Mee’s The Trojan Women: A Love Story, and have since appeared together in productions of Next to Normal, Brigadoon, and 110 in the Shade, as well as co-starring in countless cabaret performances. Most recently, Danieley is taking a solo cabaret act on the road: “Romantic Notions,” a deeply moving homage to his beloved.
“Dramatic … comedic … irresistible” – Times Square Chronicles
Hear this First Couple of Broadway in their Caramoor debut performing their popular show “He Said/She Said,” an impassioned array of traditional popular gems spanning a half-century. Stay with us after the performance for a champagne and dessert reception with the duo!
Festive attire is encouraged. Tickets begin at $75 and all but $30 of each benefit ticket is tax-deductible, as provided by law. For more information and to reserve your seats, please contact our Special Events office: email@example.com 914.232.1492
Caramoor thanks The Adela and Lawrence Elow Fund for The Great American Songbook: 1900 to 1960 for preserving and sustaining classic American songs through live performances.
This installment of our Wednesday Morning Concert Series includes a concert in the Music Room followed by a tour of the Mediterranean-style Rosen House, a buffet lunch, and a self-guided garden stroll.
Kimberly Hawkey, vocals
Assaf Gleizner, piano
With full command over the American Songbook, award-winning vocalist Kimberly Hawkey sings her way through the Broadway and Hollywood classics. Lauded for her fresh voice and Billie Holiday-esque stylings by Broadway World and New York Music Daily, Hawkey along with the exceptionally talented jazz pianist Assaf Gleizner, will start your morning off swinging.
Spend time relaxing with friends and enjoying a formal tea service in the Summer Dining Room, overlooking the romantic Spanish Courtyard, including a variety of tea sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and preserves, delicious desserts, and a host of fragrant teas served with exquisite vintage china. Take an illuminating tour of the Rosen House before the tea and explore the history of Caramoor, the Rosen family, their much-loved country home, and the extensive collection of fine and decorative art they amassed through the years. Leave time after the Tea & Tour to stroll through Caramoor’s bucolic gardens.
Edward Arron returns to Caramoor this spring with a curated performance featuring talented colleagues-including fellow Evnin Rising Stars alumni-that will entertain and enlighten.
Beethoven Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 16
Ravel Sonata for Violin and Cello
Chausson Piano Quartet in A Major, Op. 30
Adam Neiman, piano
“Edward Arron is not only one of New York’s most exciting young cellists but also an inventive impresario.” –The New Yorker
Maria Bachmann, violin
Hsin-Yun Huang, viola
Edward Arron, cello