Cooperstown, N.Y. -- The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival continues its 24th season with a performance by the Caroga Arts Ensemble on Tuesday, August 16 at 7pm at the Otesaga Resort Hotel. The Ensemble, a collective of top performers with local ties founded and directed by cellist Kyle Price, will present an eclectic program entitled ‘Musical Kaleidoscope’, consisting of repertoire ranging from bluegrass and classical to jazz and pop.
Price describes the performance as a “musical variety show”, drawing on the diverse talents and backgrounds of the musicians involved and offering something for everyone. Yet the program is more than the sum of its parts, as combining genres in this way brings new insight to every piece being performed -- as well as new energy to those doing the performing.
“A program like this inspires the musicians to discover the pieces, our fellow performers, and the audience in a new way,” says Price. “That energy and spontaneity is something that we thrive off of as performers.”
Caroga Arts Ensemble: A Musical Kaleidoscope
Tuesday, August 16, 2022, 7:00-9:00pm, Otesaga Resort Hotel
A musical variety show offering an eclectic program including bluegrass, classical, jazz, and pop selections.
Tickets for this event are by donation. Tickets for this concert must be reserved in advance either online from www.cooperstownmusicfest.org or over the phone by calling Purplepass Tickets at 800-316-8559 and selecting Option 1. Please note there is a $2 service fee per phone order.
For all events, audience members must show proof of vaccination, including a required booster shot for those who are eligible.
ABOUT THE COOPERSTOWN SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL:
Founded in 1999 by flutist Linda Chesis, the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival has been bringing world-class chamber music performances to the Cooperstown area for 24 years. The festival has featured performances by the American, Juilliard, St. Lawrence, Jupiter and Jasper String Quartets, Stefon Harris, Bill Charlap, Kurt Elling, Simone Dinnerstein, Mark O’Connor, John Pizzarelli, the Sonia Olla Flamenco Dance Company, and many more. Concerts are held in venues across Cooperstown, including the grand Otesaga Hotel, The Farmers’ Museum and Christ Church (the church of author James Fenimore Cooper).
The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.
See cooperstownmusicfest.org for details.