We look forward to seeing you in 2019!
In 2018, Caroga Arts Collective experienced a transformational season full of exciting developments!
Some highlights from the 2018 season include:
- Forty-five performances featuring 130+ world class artists.
- Return of Sherman’s Revival Series, including our first concert for kids!
- The inaugural MyHil Film Series.
- Caroga Arts Ensemble’s debut at Maverick Concerts in Woodstock (and most recently its Midwest debut at Chicago’s Symphony Center).
- Bringing National Summer Cello Institute and Feldenkrais Workshop from Madison, WI to Caroga Lake as its new home.
As we move into the 2019 season, we look forward to launching Caroga Arts Collective’s year-round residency program.
Caroga Arts recently received a $125,000 matching grant from an anonymous donor to help us create a beautiful entertainment venue in our little Town of Caroga. We also enlisted the support of George Abdella, the donor of Sherman’s to the Town of Caroga, to approve of the sale of Sherman’s to Caroga Arts. We anticipate a public vote on the sale of Sherman’s to Caroga Arts in the upcoming months.
This holiday season, we hope you will consider giving to Caroga Arts Collective!
Supporters of Caroga Arts who must draw down tax deferred retirement savings known as Required Minimum Distributions (“RMD”) may want to investigate whether they can contribute from their 401(k) or IRA and not be subject to tax on that portion of their RMD.
Thank you for your continued support for Caroga Arts!
2018 in Photos
NBC’s The Voice winner Sawyer Fredericks at Sherman’s Revival Series (Photo: Gene Centi)
1,700 people react to FLAME who performed at Sherman’s Revival Series prior to Sawyer Fredericks (Photo: Gene Centi)
Showing of The Red Violin at the inaugural MyHil Film Series
Matthew Whitaker Trio with Caroga Arts Ensemble at Sherman’s Revival Series
Side-by-side orchestra with local music students as part of the Summer String Performance Project.
SAUNDERS Fest: All-day bluegrass festival at Sherman’s Revival Series
Photos by Ken Kubota