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Kids Carousel Concert: Warp Trio

August 5, 2023 @ 11:00 am

Saturday, August 5, 2023
Carousel, Sherman’s Park

Kids Carousel Concert with Warp Trio


Free admission, donations greatly appreciated


The Kids Carousel Concert series is a free family-friendly concert series presented by Caroga Arts, with each concert offering a unique and unforgettable experience for kids and adults alike!

Bring your kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews to enjoy the beautiful park surroundings and groove to the beat of the music. With interactive performances, sing-alongs, and plenty of opportunities for dancing and play, there’s something for everyone at the Kids Carousel Concert Series!

About the Artist

Described in Free Times as, “A talented group that exemplifies the genre-obliterating direction of contemporary classical music,” Warp Trio is NOT your typical piano trio. Lying at the intersection of a chamber music ensemble, rock band, and art project, Mikael Darmanie (Piano), Ju Young Lee (Cello), and Josh Henderson (Violin) are pushing the boundaries of music consumption through inter-disciplinary collaborations and eclectic programming that includes electrifying original material, dynamic interpretations of popular music, improvisation, and unique takes on classical repertoire. Whether performing in a nightclub, gallery space or concert hall, Warp Trio is transporting audiences to the next level of concert experience.

Since their inception at the beginning of 2014, Warp Trio has maintained a broad range of repertoire ranging from traditional classical to their own original compositions and virtuoso arrangements of music spanning several different genres. They have performed as individuals all over the planet, and as a trio have begun to make their mark on the classical music scene with their energizing performances throughout the U.S.


August 5, 2023
11:00 am


Sherman’s Park
W Caroga Lake Shore Road
Caroga Lake, NY 12032 United States
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