Caroga Concert Bulletin – Festival Week 5

7th Annual Caroga Lake Music Festival
Week 5: August 13 -19

Join us in Caroga Lake, Gloversville, Cooperstown and Ghent for a varied assortment of classical, contemporary, jazz and pop music!

With musicians Kayoko Mizakawa, Piano; Logan Contreras, Voice; Armando Contreras, Voice; Jazimina MacNeil, Voice; Seung Jeon, Flute; Graeme Steele Johnson, Clarinet; Arleigh Savage, Bassoon; Kaleigh Acord, Violin; Rebecca Benjamin, Violin; John Bian, Violin; Eva Dove, Violin; Aniela Eddy, violin; Josh Henderson, Violin; Ben Kronk, Violin; Andy Liang, Violin; Valerie Sanders, Violin; Aaron Schwartz, Violin; Tonya Burton, Viola; Andrew Griffin, Viola; Deborah Price, Viola; Jameel Martin, Viola; Stephanie Price-Wong, Viola; Jenna Heawon Shin, Viola; Ray Kim, Cello; Ken Kubota, Cello; Mitch Lyon, Cello; Scott McCreary, Cello; Julian Muller, Cello; Kyle Price, Cello; Nathan Chan, Cello; Jon Borden, Bass; Jordan Calixto, Bass; Nicholas Villalobos, Bass; Nate West, Bass

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 7:00 PM
Concert & Ice Cream at Caroga Museum
145 County Rd 111, Caroga Lake
Free

The Caroga Museum in New York State’s Adirondack Park is comprised of a charming old farm house, an exhibit barn, a general store, a cobbler’s shop, an ice house, and the most recent addition, Sherman’s Park Arcade.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 7:00 PM
Dinner & Music at Origins Cafe, Cooperstown
558 Beaver Meadow Rd, Cooperstown
$35

Artist in Residence Concert – Musicians of the Caroga Lake Music Festival debut in the charming baseball town of Cooperstown at Origins Cafe. $35 buys a seasonal, locally-sourced dinner buffet and concert! To reserve your dinner and seat, please call Origins Cafe at 607-437-2862.

You are invited:
Volunteer Appreciaton Pre-concert Reception

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 7:00 PM
Caroga Chapel Concert
106 Chapel Road, Caroga Lake
Free

CLMF’s premiere of American composer Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring. Featuring a variety of CLMF resident artists in small chamber groups as well as large orchestra!

In appreciation of the extraordinary volunteers who helped make Caroga Lake Music Festival a success this season, Caroga Arts would like to invite all volunteers and friends to a pre-concert reception. Enjoy drinks and light refreshments starting at 6:00pm at Caroga Chapel on Friday, August 17.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 10:00 PM
Encore! Jazz Sessions: Glenn Zaleski Trio
Nick Stoner Inn, 1810 NY-10, Caroga Lake
Free

Jazz piano trio with New York City’s Glenn Zaleski, a semi-finalist in the 2011 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition and a finalist for the 2011 APA Cole Porter Fellowship in Jazz.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 2:00 – 10:00PM
Sherman’s Revival Series: SAUNDERS FEST
Sherman’s Amusement Park, Caroga Lake
Free

Don’t miss the biggest event of the season! The multi-musical Saunders family, bluegrass virtuosos and Canada Lake residents, will perform an all-day bluegrass festival featuring Grammy-Award winning bassist, vocalist and banjo player Geoff Saunders from the Mark O’Connor Band and mandolin and banjo player Rob Saunders, among other family members. They’ll be joined by Crooked North, Kate Lee & Forrest O’Connor, Chris Wilson and local bluegrass bands for an afternoon of pure banjo thrills and open jam sessions!

Line up:
Crooked North
Saunders Family Band
Kate Lee & Forrest O’Connor
Chris Wilson
Caroga Lake Chamber Players
Durey Creek

SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 11:30AM
Brunch & Concert at Paul Nigra Center
Paul Nigra Center for the Creative Arts, 2736 New York 30, Gloversville
$35

Back by popular demand, CLMF perform their final 2018 season concert in the Caroga region at the Paul Nigra Center in Gloversville. Have a delicious brunch in the Grand Gallery while enjoying the incredible sounds of the musicians of the Caroga Lake Music Festival.

The brunch menu will include quiche, stuffed French toast, bacon, sausage, potatoes, salad greens, refreshments and desserts.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 6:00PM
Concert at Hawthorne Valley School
Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School, 330 Co Rd 21C, Ghent, NY
Free

Artist in Residence Concert – CLMF musicians return to Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School for the season finale featuring music of multiple scopes and genres.