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20th Anniversary Caramoor Jazz Festival

20th Anniversary Caramoor Jazz Festival

KATONAH, NY: Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts presents the 2013 Jazz Festival celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Caramoor Jazz Festival. From July 26-28, audiences can enjoy some of today’s most influential artists in jazz on Caramoor's distinguished 90-acre garden estate in Katonah, N.Y. One of the most vital jazz events in the region ...

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Caramoor Festival 2012

Read "Caramoor Festival 2012" reviewed by Richard Conde

Caramoor Jazz Festival 2012Katonah, New YorkJuly 28-29 and August 4, 2012Celebrating its 20th anniversary, this year's Caramoor Jazz festival in Katonah, New York, produced by Jim Luce, was a three-day celebration not to be missed. Stormy and thunderous days set the stage for the first two days of the festival. This year's lineup ...

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Caramoor Jazz Festival 2007

Read "Caramoor Jazz Festival 2007" reviewed by Seamus Seoighe

Caramoor Jazz Festival 2007 Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts Katonah, New York July 28, August 4, 2007 New York has the most cutting-edge jazz scene in the world. However, it's sometimes nice to catch a show outside the city limits for a change of pace. Caramoor Jazz ...

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Caramoor Jazz Festival 2006: Day 1

Read "Caramoor Jazz Festival 2006: Day 1" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

Caramoor Jazz Festival Katonah, NY July 29, 2006 The atmosphere at the Caramoor Jazz Festival in its wonderful facility nestled in Katonah, NY, is special. Laid back; not hectic. And the groups that artistic director Joe Lovano has been putting together, along with producer Jim Luce, are also special. They present some ...

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2005 Caramoor Jazz Festival

Read "2005 Caramoor Jazz Festival" reviewed by David Adler

While Bird & Diz were revolutionizing jazz in 1945, Caramoor, a leafy estate in Katonah, was on its way to becoming Westchester's haven for the arts. And so this year, as Caramoor celebrated its 60th anniversary, producer Jim Luce and artistic director Joe Lovano chose “Modern Jazz at 60 as the festival's theme, seeking to highlight ...

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Caramoor Jazz Festival 2005: Day 2

Read "Caramoor Jazz Festival 2005: Day 2" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

Day Two of the Caramoor Jazz Festival, the finale for the 2005 edition, featured a tribute to Francis Albert Sinatra, who would be turning 90 on Dec. 12. And who better to do it in the luxurious Westchester County, NY, setting than the festival's musical director, paesano and longtime Sinatra fan Joe Lovano.The saxman brought ...

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Caramoor Jazz Festival 2005: Day 1

Read "Caramoor Jazz Festival 2005: Day 1" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

The scene at the gorgeous Caramoor music facility in Katonah, NY, is laid back -- perfect for an afternoon/evening jazz festival -- and the quality of music on the first day of the 2005 edition (July 30) was consistently stellar, which is something attendees here have come to expect.It's a laid back atmosphere, but the ...


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