Cooperstown Summer Music Festival – Musical Kaleidoscope
*Due to expected rain, tonight’s free concert will take place at the Farmers’ Museum. The good news is that there will be both indoor seating at the Louis C. Jones Center and outdoor seating in the adjacent tented courtyard.*
Tickets are required.
We have a limited number of seats remaining. If you would like to attend the concert and do not yet have a ticket, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Waitlist” in the subject line. Provide your name, email address, phone number, and desired number of tickets, and we will contact you if we are able to provide you with tickets.
If you have tickets you will not be using, please send us an email to let us know. Simply put “Cancel” in the subject line and let us know the number of tickets you are returning so that others might have an opportunity to enjoy the performance.
CSMF Musical Kaleidoscope: A Gift to the Cooperstown Community
CSMF joins forces with the Caroga Arts Ensemble for a dynamic program ranging from bluegrass and classical to jazz and pop in a performance that is intended as a gift to the Cooperstown community.
Caroga Arts Ensemble
featuring Empire Wild and KASA Quartet
Empire Wild is a genre-bending, crossover trio founded by Ken Kubota, Brandon Ilaw, and Mitch Lyon. Ken and Mitch bring all the cello has to offer – bowed, plucked, chopped and more. All classically trained, the three musicians met at Juilliard and formed Empire Wild as a vehicle for their love of musical exploration – fusing the sounds of pop, folk, Broadway and more into their songwriting and composition. Based in NYC, they have brought their signature mix of original music, inventive covers and twists on the classical canon to audiences across the country.
KASA Quartet, grand prize winners of the Coltman Chamber Music Competition, was founded in the summer of 2016 by Andy Liang, Aaron Schwartz, Stephanie Price-Wong and Kyle Price. The quartet performs an array of musical styles ranging from classical to gypsy jazz and various genres in between.
Bring your own chairs.
This event is free and open to the public, no tickets required. In the event of rain, the concert will be moved indoors to the Louis C. Jones Center at The Farmers’ Museum, and only attendees with tickets reserved in advance online will be admitted. If you would like to be placed on the waitlist for indoor tickets, please email email@example.com with “Waitlist” in the subject line. Provide your name, email address, phone number, and desired number of tickets, and we will contact you if seats become available or capacity is increased.
Sponsored by NBT Bank