Concert event at Little Falls Emmanuel Episcopal Church on Wednesday evening, July 18th, 7pm

Little Falls, NY– Members of the Caroga Lake Music Festival (CLMF) will perform Wednesday evening, July 18, 2018, at 7pm, at the Little Falls Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 588 Albany Street, Little Falls. This is a free concert sponsored by the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts. However, donations at the door are encouraged to benefit the musicians.

Last year, this was one of the most talked about concerts of 2017. Once again, these world-renowned musicians from leading professional orchestras, chamber ensembles, opera companies, prestigious conservatories and universities bring their talents to us here Little Falls. Don’t miss an opportunity to hear them. Come support live musical performance in the Mohawk Valley by professional musicians from around the world.

You don’t have to be classical music lovers to enjoy this concert by these extraordinary musicians – from classical to jazz to contemporary music and from small ensembles to chamber orchestras. Each summer for the last 7 years, these talented artists have gathered in Caroga Lake, Fulton County, for summer workshops and master classes. Now in its seventh season, the Caroga Lake Music Festival is dedicated to increasing accessibility to chamber music and showcasing some of the world’s top professional performers from the U.S. and abroad.

The Festival’s credentials include regional performances in Little Falls, Canajoharie, Johnstown, and Schenectady, along with the Sacandaga Valley Arts Network, Luzerne Music Center, and the L.L. Bean “Summer in the Park” concert in Freeport, Maine. They have performed pre-concert shows for distinguished artists including Yo-Yo Ma, Keith Lockhart, and the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Join us at the beautiful Emmanuel Episcopal Church on Albany Street for this fabulous evening of live music.

Visit The Caroga Lake Music Festival website for a full listing of events: www.carogalakemusicfestival.org/events, or for more information, call the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts at 315-823-0808.