Brooklyn Rider

With the energy of four young rock stars, Brooklyn Rider performs a program that explores the four elements (earth, air, water, and fire) as a metaphor for the complex inner […]

Ivalas Quartet

2022-23 Ernst Stiefel String Quartet-in-Residence

As part of our mission to nurture and present the next generation of artists, Caramoor’s 2022-2023 Ernst String Quartet-in-Residence, the Ivalas Quartet — one of the brightest rising string quartets […]

Sandbox Percussion

Described as “exhilarating” (The New York Times), and “virtuosic and utterly mesmerizing” (The Guardian), Brooklyn’s Sandbox Percussion is one of today’s leading percussion ensembles. Seven Pillars, nominated for a Grammy […]

Concert on the Lawn

Plena Libre

The trailblazing Plena Libre has been thrilling international audiences for nearly three decades. Masters of the traditional Puerto Rican plena and bomba styles, Plena Libre fuses well-loved traditions with modern […]

Pops & Patriots

Westchester Symphonic Winds
Curt Ebersole, conductor
Nicoletta Berry, soprano
Terrence Chin-Loy, tenor

Celebrate Independence Day at Caramoor! The Westchester Symphonic Winds join us for their annual tribute to America’s independence with a program that includes The Star-Spangled Banner, Sousa’s The Stars and […]

Miró Quartet

One of Caramoor’s earliest quartets-in-residence, the internationally acclaimed Miró Quartet returns to the Spanish Courtyard to perform masterpieces from Brahms and Schumann, as well as contemporary works by two Pulitzer […]

Concerts for Little Ones


Join husband and wife duo Blanca Cecilia González and Jesse Elder for a playful exploration of Spanish and English music and song. This program combines music, language, and culture into […]


Emi Ferguson, flute / Rachell Ellen Wong, violin

Ruckus is a shapeshifting, collaborative Baroque band with a visceral and playful approach to early music. ARCADIAN VISIONS features Ruckus with soloists Emi Ferguson and Rachell Ellen Wong in joyful […]

Free Event


By Ted Hearne
Performed by The Crossing
Directed by Ashley Tata

FARMING, a stirring new work by Ted Hearne written for The Crossing choir, grapples with the impact of settler colonialism on current labor practices from tech to agriculture. Texts are drawn […]

Concerts for Little Ones

Alexander Davis and Friends

Bassoonist Alexander Davis, one of Caramoor’s teaching artists, introduces our smallest audience members to his colorful, beautiful woodwind instrument. Alexander brings along his friends as they explore the many facets […]

Concert on the Lawn


With roots in Ukrainian folklore and music filtered through modern rhythms and instruments based in punk, cabaret, rock, and hip-hop, DakhaBrakha is an award-winning ensemble from Kyiv with an astonishingly […]

Music & Meditation in the Garden

Maeve Gilchrist, Celtic harp

Kyle Sanna, guitar
Jennifer Llewellyn, Meditation Coach

Described by one critic as “a phenomenal harp player who can make her instrument ring with unparalleled purity,” Maeve Gilchrist has taken the Celtic harp to new levels. Caramoor’s lush […]

Oumou Sangaré

Global superstar and Grammy Award-winner Oumou Sangaré catapults Westchester to West Africa! Renowned worldwide for her vibrant and powerful music, the Malian “songbird of Wassoulou” infuses her music with traditional […]

Concerts for Little Ones

Alphonso Horne and Friends

Introduce your littlest music lovers to the story of jazz as two-time Grammy-nominated trumpeter Alphonso Horne transports them to New Orleans and back! After they jam out and boogey all […]

Festival Day

Jazz Festival

Presented in Collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center

Caramoor’s Jazz Festival is back! This highly anticipated annual event of the summer is filled with the many facets of the jazz genre performed by phenomenal talent, amid lush gardens […]