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Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

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The finest musicians in jazz today kick off Caramoor’s 2020 Summer Season led by world-renowned trumpeter and composer Wynton Marsalis. Join us in a high-energy opening celebration!

Artists

Wynton Marsalis, Music Director, trumpet
Ryan Kisor, trumpet
Kenny Rampton, trumpet
Marcus Printup, trumpet
Chris Crenshaw, trombone
Vincent Gardner, trombone
Elliot Mason, trombone
Sherman Irby, alto and soprano saxophones, flute, clarinet
Ted Nash, alto and soprano saxophones, flute, clarinet
Victor Goines, tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet, bass clarinet
Paul Nedzela, baritone and soprano saxophones, bass clarinet
Camille Thurman, saxophones and vocals
Dan Nimmer, piano
Carlos Henriquez, bass

Program

Program to be announced from the stage

 

Elevate your Evening

Upgrade your ticket to After Dark! The After Dark post-performance party lets you extend the celebration with dessert and dancing under the stars. Your participation helps support Caramoor’s fundraising goals. With this upgrade, you will also get the convenience of using our valet services for the evening.


Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

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Music fills Caramoor’s grounds at the annual Jazz Festival in Collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center. Bolstered by artist collaborations and tributes to celebrated jazz greats, this year’s festival once again invites you to explore the many facets of the genre while taking in the full breadth of Caramoor’s gardens and venues. Bring the whole family for the day and enjoy expanded food options, child-friendly activities, complimentary house tours, and outstanding talent. The day-long festival comes to a close in the Venetian Theater with bossa nova-inspired Brazilian pianist, vocalist, composer, and arranger, Eliane Elias.

“What distinguishes Elias as one of today’s leading bossa nova interpreters is her superb musicianship, the way she floats above the rhythm and meshes her vocals with her robust jazz piano accompaniment.” — Associated Press

 

Artists

Evening Artist
Eliane Elias

Daytime Artists
Sean Jones & Dizzy Spellz
Sherman Irby and Momentum: Bird at 100
Jeremy Bosch Plays the Music of Cheo Feliciano
Endea Owens & The Cookout
Jon Thomas Quintet ft. Samara Joy: Langston Hughes and the Harlem Renaissance
Ruben Fox presents Ellingtonia: Duke Sings
Alexa Tarantino Quartet
Pasquale Grasso, guitar
Kenny Banks, Jr. Trio
Tatiana Eva-Marie Duo
Felix Moseholm Quartet
Summer Camargo Trio
Brandon Goldberg, solo piano
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Summer Jazz Academy Big Bands with special guests Ingrid Jensen, Sean Jones, and Sherman Irby
Jazz Chat: The Harlem Renaissance with Greg Thomas

 
Members’ Jazz Lounge in the Pavilion available for all Membership levels



Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

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In a special duo set, Finnish “one-of-a-kind” (The Globe and Mail, Toronto) violinist, Pekka Kuusisto, and celebrated American composer Nico Muhly team up for an evening of musical exploration, ranging from traditional Finnish music to works by Muhly, Glass, and Pärt, and contemporary works. Kuusisto brings a fresh approach to the concert experience with “the most personal sound of any classical violinist now alive” (The Telegraph, London). Muhly has written over 100 works as diverse as his musical influences in opera, concert, dance, and film.

“Kuusisto and Muhly brought a sense of such intimacy and spontaneity…more concerts should feel this way.” — The Washington Post

 

Artists

Pekka Kuusisto, violin
Nico Muhly, piano


Nico Muhly and the New

Musicians and close friends Pekka Kuusisto and Nico Muhly on why they love creating new music together.Don’t miss Pekka give the world premiere performance of Nico’s new violin concerto, Shrink, with ACO Collective on Wednesday 4 December at Melbourne Recital Centre: https://www.aco.com.au/whats-on/2019/nico-muhly-and-the-new

Posted by Australian Chamber Orchestra on Tuesday, November 26, 2019


Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

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Led by the energizing Ludovic Morlot, Orchestra of St. Luke’s takes you on a robust listening endeavor with works from the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor, who has “blossomed into an artist of international renown for his expansive repertoire and probing musical mind” (Boston Classical Review), joins the ensemble for Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21. Also featured are two works written decades apart, both inspired by an adoration of the compositions of French 18th-century master, François Couperin.

“There’s no disputing the remarkable finish, control and sheer beauty characterising Benjamin Grosvenor’s pianism.” — Gramophone

 

Artists

Orchestra of St. Luke’s
Ludovic Morlot, conductor
Benjamin Grosvenor, piano

Program

Ravel Le tombeau de CouperinMozart Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467
Thomas Adès Three Studies from CouperinBeethoven Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93

 
2:00pm Musicians from the National Youth Orchestra of the USA and NYO2 perform chamber music around the Caramoor grounds (Free)3:00pm Pre-concert conversation with Ludovic Morlot and Benjamin GrosvenorComplimentary Garden Listening tickets for Members at the Family level and above



Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

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On Site Opera — known for presenting site-specific, immersive opera in some of the most exciting and unusual spaces in New York City and beyond — remounts its 2015 production of Giovanni Paisiello’s The Barber of Seville, for three special performances in the Spanish Courtyard and Music Room of Caramoor’s historic Rosen House. Updated for the early decades of the 20th century, Paisiello’s Barber stays true to its Beaumarchais roots, focusing faithfully on the love story between the Count and Rosina rather than the barber’s antics. After its premiere in 1782, the opera quickly became a staple of the repertoire and inspired a young Rossini to write his own version.

“On Site Opera continues to be one of New York’s most ingenious small companies, producing performances in spaces that have a resonance with the works being performed.” — New York Classical Review

 

Artists

Jeni Houser (Rosina)
David Blalock (Count Almaviva)
Andrew Wilkowske (Figaro)
Adelmo Guidarelli (Don Bartolo)
Vartan Gabrielian (Don Basilio)
Cristina María Castro (Giovinetta)
Jay Lucas Chacon (Svegliato)
Members of the American Modern Ensemble
Geoffrey McDonald, conductor
Eric Einhorn, stage director
Candida K. Nichols, costume designer

Produced in collaboration with On Site Opera



Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

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Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim celebrates his 90th birthday this year, and you’re invited to join us for this festive tribute to the Broadway legend! Broadway stars Betsy Wolfe (Waitress, Falsettos), Scarlett Strallen and Bryce Pinkham (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder), and Ben Davis (Violet) will be on hand, with Tony Award winner Ted Sperling as Music Director and host for this evening of songs from Company, Follies, Sweeney Todd, Merrily We Roll Along, Anyone Can Whistle, and more.

Artists

Ted Sperling, Music Director and Host
Betsy Wolfe
Scarlett Strallen
Bryce Pinkham
Ben Davis

 
Complimentary pre-concert reception in celebration of LGBTQ Pride season at 6:00pm



Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

See the full announcement

 


Drawing influences from seemingly every type of music — Western classical, klezmer, tango, jazz, and Gypsy music — Ljova and the Kontraband defy musical boundaries. The musicians of this ensemble hail from Russia, Lithuania, the U.S., and Switzerland, each bringing their own unique energy and joy to the performance. With family backgrounds steeped in traditional folk music, Ljova and the Kontraband embrace the music of their ancestors while ushering these traditions into the future.

“… original compositions, evoking rustic dances and cinematic vistas by turns. [Ljova’s] swinging Kontraband gets a real workout” — Steve Smith, Time Out New York

 

Artists

Ljova and the Kontraband

Schedule

5:30pm
Family Set

7:00pm
Evening Program

 
Complimentary tickets for Members at the Family level and above (expires August 2020)



Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

See the full announcement

 


JIJI is an adventurous artist on both acoustic and electric guitar, playing a wide range of music from traditional and contemporary classical to free improvisation. Her impeccable musicianship combined with compelling stage presence and fascinating repertoire earned her First Prize at the 2016 Concert Artists Guild International Competition.

“talented, sensitive … brilliant” — Calgary Herald

 

Artists

JIJI, guitar

Program

Sessa Occhi io vissi di voiGulli Bjornsson DynjandiBelinda Reynolds StoriesM. Marais Les Voix humainesKrists Auznieks CorHildegard von Bingen Doom (arr. JIJI)
Steve Reich Electric Counterpoint (selections)

 
All-Audience Afterglow in the Sunken Garden



Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

See the full announcement
 


Few musical works are as loved as the six “Brandenburg” Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach. Each concerto requires a different combination of instruments and virtuosic soloists. Cleveland’s period-instrument ensemble, Apollo’s Fire, follows up on their stunning 2018 Caramoor debut by taking on the impressive feat.

“A swaggering version … brilliantly played.” — The Times, London

 

Artists

Apollo’s Fire
Jeannette Sorrell, Artistic Director

Program

J.S. Bach The Complete Brandenburg Concertos

 
Complimentary Garden Listening tickets for Members at the Family level and above



“All artists and dates are subject to change without notice as we work closely with local health experts and officials to ensure the safety and comfort of our audience, artists, staff, and community.”

Due to the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we will be unable to hold this performance as planned.

If you have purchased tickets to this event, you will receive an email with information on how to donate the value of your credit as a tax-deductible contribution, receive a credit on your account for a future performance, or receive a full refund back to the original purchase method. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm at 914.232.1252 or boxoffice@caramoor.org.

Ticket donations for Summer Season events will go toward the Caramoor Artist Fund created to compensate artists whose summer Caramoor performances were canceled and not able to be re-scheduled.

Any orders without a response by September 1, 2020 will be refunded and a check will be mailed.

See the full announcement
 


Celebrate Independence Day at Caramoor! The Westchester Symphonic Winds, joined by vocalists Candice Hoyes and Jorell Williams (both alumni of Caramoor’s Bel Canto Young Artist program), perform a selection of works that pay tribute to America’s independence. Hear a medley of works by George Gershwin arranged by talented young composer Matt Podd, the score of An Ellington Portrait as part of Caramoor’s exploration of the Harlem Renaissance, and rousing renditions of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and Stars and Stripes Forever. This program of patriotic works for symphonic winds concludes with a spectacular fireworks display.

Artists

Westchester Symphonic Winds
Curt Ebersole, conductor
Candice Hoyes, soprano
Jorell Williams, baritone

Program

Smith The Star Spangled Banner (arr. by Walter Damrosch/John Philip Sousa)
Herman  Overture to Mame (arr. by Barton Green)
Philip Sparke Jubilee OvertureErika Svanhoe Steampunk Suite: Barnum and Tesla’s Tandem BicycleKing Barnum and Bailey’s FavoriteEllington An Ellington Portrait (arr. by Floyd Werle)
Meacham American PatrolGershwin  Gershwin Medley (arr. by Matt Podd)
Tchaikovsky  1812 Overture, Op. 49 (arr. Mayhew L. Lake)
Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever (arr. Keith Brion & Loras Schissel)

 
In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be held as planned on Saturday, July 4 and the fireworks will be held at 9:00pm on Sunday, July 5.Covered picnicking for all Membership levels in the Pavilion