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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 protected] 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
Maria Bachmann, violin
Hsin-Yun Huang, viola
Edward Arron, cello

“Edward Arron is not only one of New York’s most exciting young cellists but also an inventive impresario.” –The New Yorker

Intrigues in the salon, the kitchen, the nursery, and the bedroom! Let five emerging artists take you through a mini song cycle for every room in the house, with music by Saint-Saëns, Bernstein, Poulenc, Balfe, Montsalvatge, Bucchino, and many others. Performed on the floor of the Music Room at Caramoor with the audience surrounding the playing area, this concert will bring the listeners close to the singers for a more intimate experience.

Artistic Director Steven Blier selects five promising artists for a week-long residency that includes daily coaching, rehearsals, and workshops, culminating in a performance in the Music Room. Assisted by Michael Barrett, Associate Artistic Director of the New York Festival of Song (NYFOS), and developed in conjunction with NYFOS, this program focuses on art song interpretation and has a lasting impact on the growth, development, and professional practices of young artists.

Since its inception in 2009, the Schwab Vocal Rising Stars have received vital funding from the Terrance W. Schwab Endowment Fund for Young Vocal Artists. Created in memory of former Caramoor Trustee Terrance W. Schwab by his family, the fund is designed to nurture and support the artistic development and careers of young vocalists.

“…singing, music-making, and communicating as I have never before experienced.”
Chelsea Morris, soprano, 2015 Schwab Vocal Rising Star

2016 Schwab Vocal Rising Stars:

Liv Redpath, soprano
Abigail Levis, mezzo-soprano
Galeano Salas, tenor
Justin Austin, baritone
William Kelley, piano

With Distinguished Artists:

Steven Blier, Artistic Director, Schwab Vocal Rising Stars, coach, piano, and arrangements
Michael Barrett, coach and piano
Alison Moritz, stage director


Program:

The Parlor

Chausson  La nuit
Haines  Cigarette
Saint-Saëns  El desdichado
Massenet  Sevillanas
Quilter  To Daisies
Balfe  Trust Her Not

The Kitchen

Villa-Lobos  Food for Thought
Bernstein  Tavouk Gueunksis
Bucchino  Painting My Kitchen

The Nursery

Montsalvatge  El lagarto está llorando
Hahn  My Ship and I
Milhaud  Tais-toi, babillarde

The Dressing Room

Mahoney  I Love Me

The Bedroom

Poulenc  C’est ainsi que tu es
Berg  Im Zimmer
Bacewicz  Boli mnie głowa
Mascagni  Serenata
Gurney  Sleep

 

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.

We’re taking chamber music on the road!

[email protected] is a unique opportunity to discover exceptional artists in a special setting – the charming 19th-century Carriage Barn Arts Center at Waveny Park in New Canaan, CT. Formerly home to the Waveny Chamber Music Society (WCMS) for over thirty years, the Carriage Barn offers divine acoustics and intimate seating – a perfect environment for cozy chamber listening – and has hosted programs by past Quartets-in-Residence the Linden Quartet, the Calidore String Quartet, the Dover Quartet, and Caramoor’s own Edward Arron and Jeewon Park, among others.

Caramoor continues the WCMS’ legacy by presenting our 2015-16 Ernst Stiefel StringQuartet-in-Residence, the Aizuri Quartet.

Beethoven  String Quartet Op. 18 No. 6
Shaw  BlueprintSchumann  String Quartet Op. 41 No. 3

Join us for an all-audience reception following the performance.

“In terms of choosing a calling card to send out into the world, the Curtis Institute of Music could hardly do better than the Aizuri Quartet.”
—Philadelphia Inquirer

Caramoor is proud to have found our newest Quartet-in-Residence by way of two of its members, Ayane Kozasa and Karen Ouzounian, alumnae of our Evnin Rising Stars program. Formed in 2012, the quartet completed a 2015 residency at the Curtis Institute of Music and served as resident ensemble of the 2014 Ravinia Festival’s Steans Music Institute. Now they come to Caramoor to offer several electrifying performances throughout their year-long residency here.

Caramoor is proud to have found our newest Quartet-in-Residence by way of two of its members, Ayane Kozasa and Karen Ouzounian, alumnae of our Evnin Rising Stars program. Formed in 2012, the quartet completed a 2015 residency at the Curtis Institute of Music and served as resident ensemble of the 2014 Ravinia Festival’s Steans Music Institute. Now they come to Caramoor to offer several electrifying performances throughout their year-long residency here.

Beethoven  String Quartet Op. 18, No. 6
Shaw  BlueprintSchumann  String Quartet Op. 41, No. 3

“In terms of choosing a calling card to send out into the world, the Curtis Institute of Music could hardly do better than the Aizuri Quartet.”
—Philadelphia Inquirer

As part of our Student Strings program partnering with local schools, there will be a reception after the performance for students and their parents.

This installment of our Wednesday Morning Concert Series includes a concert in the Music Room followed by a tour of the Italianate Rosen House, a buffet lunch, and a self-guided garden stroll.

Husband and wife guitar and mandolin duo Judy Handler and Mark Levesque return to Caramoor to present a Mediterranean themed performance.

Program

SPAIN
Traditional  Malagueña

SPAIN/SEPHARDIC
Traditional  Los Bilbilicos

ISRAEL
Traditional  Meron Nign

ITALY
Puccini  O Mio Babbino
Rossini La Danza

BULGARIA
Acquavella Yutuma

FRANCE
Trenet La Mer
Giraud and Dréjac Sous le Ciel de Paris

SPAIN
Tárrega Recuerdos de la Alhambra

GREECE
Traditional  Medley