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    Chris Thile, Rachael & Vilray to Perform Caramoor Open-Air Concerts in July
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    Chris Thile and Rachael & Vilray are set to take part in the newly announced flexible summer programming presented at Caramoor, the cultural arts venue on an 80-plus-acre estate in Katonah, New York. They will perform the season's first public, open-air concerts on Caramoor's Friends Fields, set up for small, well-spaced audiences, on Saturdays July 18 and July 25, respectively. Tickets will go on sale five days before each performance.

    The Friends Fields concerts are part of Caramoor's Summer 20/2.0 programming, which also includes livestreamed on-site performances and the opening up of its gardens and sound art for limited tours. All activities will be subject to current government health and safety guidelines, as well as re-confirmation in the days before.

    “Caramoor’s purpose is to inspire a lifelong love of music in our beautiful setting," says Caramoor CEO Jeff Haydon. "Rather than cancel our summer season entirely, Caramoor's Summer 20/2.0 provides ways we might still be able to offer opportunities to bring much-needed inspiration to our community."

    For more information on Carmoor and its upcoming summer season, visit caramoor.org.

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Chris Thile and Rachael & Vilray are set to take part in the newly announced flexible summer programming presented at Caramoor, the cultural arts venue on an 80-plus-acre estate in Katonah, New York. They will perform the season's first public, open-air concerts on Caramoor's Friends Fields, set up for small, well-spaced audiences, on Saturdays July 18 and July 25, respectively. Tickets will go on sale five days before each performance.

 

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Chris Thile and Rachael & Vilray are set to take part in the newly announced flexible summer programming presented at Caramoor, the cultural arts venue on an 80-plus-acre estate in Katonah, New York. They will perform the season's first public, open-air concerts on Caramoor's Friends Fields, set up for small, well-spaced audiences, on Saturdays July 18 and July 25, respectively. Tickets will go on sale five days before each performance.

The Friends Fields concerts are part of Caramoor's Summer 20/2.0 programming, which also includes livestreamed on-site performances and the opening up of its gardens and sound art for limited tours. All activities will be subject to current government health and safety guidelines, as well as re-confirmation in the days before.

“Caramoor’s purpose is to inspire a lifelong love of music in our beautiful setting," says Caramoor CEO Jeff Haydon. "Rather than cancel our summer season entirely, Caramoor's Summer 20/2.0 provides ways we might still be able to offer opportunities to bring much-needed inspiration to our community."

For more information on Carmoor and its upcoming summer season, visit caramoor.org.

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