Caroga Arts Collective’s 2023 Spring Residency Concert Series
Free concerts in Gloversville on May 12, Cobleskill on May 13 and Little Falls on May 14
Spring in the Mohawk Valley brings warmer temps, plenty of green, with hints of summer just around the corner. Now is the perfect time to enjoy the Caroga Arts Collective’s Spring Residency Concert Series featuring talented artists and musicians at several locations. This weekend’s events from Caroga Arts Collective offers a sneak peak of the 2023 season lineup that brings a wonderful variety of music and entertainment to the Mohawk Valley.
The Spring Residency concert series this weekend features the incredible talent of world-class musicians
- Catherine Cosbey, Aaron Schwartz, David Wong (violins);
- Stephanie Price-Wong, Eric Wong (violas);
- Kyle Barrett Price (cello); and Jason Kutz (piano)
Experience events at three locations: Gloversville, Cobleskill and Little Falls!
- Karpeles Museum, Gloversville, NY – May 12 @ 7pm, Season Preview @ 6:30pm
- Cobleskill United Methodist Church, Cobleskill, NY – May 13 @ 7pm, Season Preview @ 6:30pm. Special appearance by The New Day – Voices of Schoharie Valley
- Rock Valley Brewing Co., Little Falls, NY – May 14 @ 1pm, Season Preview @ 12:30pm. Presented by Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts
The Spring Residency concerts are free of charge, although the Caroga Arts Collective gratefully welcomes donations to support arts programming in the local community. This year, musicians will also be visiting local schools in Johnstown, Wheelerville, and Broadalbin-Perth, bringing the joy and magic of music to the next generation.
Season previews before each event
As a special treat during the concert series, during thirty minutes before each performance, join Founder & Artistic Director, Kyle Barrett Price, for a 2023 Season preview. Kyle will share insider information about the upcoming Caroga Lake Music Festival lineup, giving a sneak peek at the exciting artists and performances at Caroga Lake.
ABOUT CAROGA ARTS
The mission of Caroga Arts Collective is to reimagine the Caroga experience through the power of the arts.
In 2012, Kyle Price invited friends to his grandmother’s house on Caroga Lake, where they presented a week of free concerts, ambitiously calling themselves the Caroga Lake Music Festival (CLMF). During the first five seasons, CLMF grew from one to five weeks, presenting concerts at a variety of local venues. In 2016, to accommodate the growth, the organization gained 501(c)(3) not-for-profit status as Caroga Arts Collective. Today, Caroga Arts presents over 50 performances and community events annually bringing world-class artists from various genres of music, visual art, poetry, and film to the Southern Adirondacks.