Caroga Arts Collective’s Spring Residency Concert Series

Thursday, April 11 – Saturday, April 13, 2024

Karpeles Museum, Gloversville, NY – April 11 @ 7pm with Season Preview @ 6:30pm

Cobleskill United Methodist Church, Cobleskill, NY – April 12 @ 7pm with Season Preview @ 6:30pm

Special Event: Louis Armstrong House Museum, New York, NYApril 13 @ 3pm Ticket link here

Caroga Arts welcomes back its world-class musicians including members of the award-winning KASA Quartet along with prizewinners and recent graduates of the Juilliard School and New England Conservatory, for an exciting series of performances featuring major chamber music works! The Spring Residency will highlight Aaron Schwartz (violin), Stephanie Price-Wong (viola), Ken Kubota (cello), Kyle Price (cello), and Chi Wei Lo (piano), Caroga Arts musicians will perform Schubert Cello Quintet, Dvorak Piano Quintet and a few jazz/pop favorites curated by YouTube star Ken Kubota.

We invite you to come early at 6:30 PM for a special Season Preview where our Executive & Artistic Director, Kyle Price, will unveil the thrilling 2024 Caroga Lake Music Festival lineup!

The Spring Residency concerts are completely free of charge, but we gratefully welcome any donations you’d like to make to support our arts programming in the community.

As part of our commitment to music education, the musicians will also be visiting local schools in Johnstown, Wheelerville, and Broadalbin-Perth, bringing the joy and magic of music to the next generation as part of its SPACE (String Project & Collaborative Arts Education) Program.


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.

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