Caroga Arts Hosts Spring Residency Concerts This Weekend

This weekend (May 12–May 14), Caroga Arts Collective will host its Spring Residency Concert Series, featuring world-class artists and a sneak peek at the Caroga Lake Music Festival summer 2023 lineup.

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The Caroga Arts Collective announced the spring residency concerts, stopping at Gloversville, Cobleskill, and Little Falls. The Spring Residency concerts are completely free of charge, but donations are encouraged to support arts programming in the community. The mission of Caroga Arts Collective is to reimagine the Caroga experience through the power of the arts, founded in 2012 by Kyle Price when he invited friends to his grandmother’s house on Caroga Lake, where they presented a week of free concerts, calling themselves the Caroga Lake Music Festival (CLMF). 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.

From Friday, May 12 to Sunday, May 14, Caroga Arts host its Spring Residency concerts, stopping first at Karpeles Museum in Gloversville at 7 p.m., the Cobleskill United Methodist Church at 7 p.m., and Rock Valley Brewing Co. in Little Falls at 1 p.m. As part of the organization’s commitment to music education, the musicians will also be visiting local schools in Johnstown, Wheelerville, and Broadalbin-Perth, to bring the joy and magic of music to the next generation. Thirty minutes before each performance, Founder and Artistic Director Kyle Price will give a season preview, sharing insider information about the upcoming Caroga Lake Music Festival lineup.

For more information about the free residency concerts, go here.

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