Photo: Amanda Tipton
On April 23, the Grammy Award-winning Takács Quartet returns to Caramoor’s Music Room. This season sees the ensemble performing at prestigious concert halls across Europe and North America, with concerts in Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Madrid, Philadelphia, Toronto, and more. At Caramoor, the quartet brings a program comprising Haydn, Fanny Mendelssohn, whose works have recently begun to move out of her brother Felix’s shadow, and Schubert’s final quartet, in G major.
Date: Sun, April 23 at 3pm
Venue: Caramoor’s Music Room; 149 Girdle Ridge Rd, Katonah, NY 10536 (see transportation details below)
HAYDN: String Quartet in F, H.III:82
FANNY MENDELSSOHN: String Quartet in E-flat
SCHUBERT: String Quartet in G, D. 887
Tickets: Adults: $40, $55, $75; children: $20, $27.50, $75
For tickets and info: Call (914) 232-1252, email firstname.lastname@example.org,
or visit caramoor.org/takacs-quartet.
Getting to Caramoor
Getting to Caramoor is simple by car or train. All parking is free and close to the performance areas. Accessible parking is also free and readily available. The Westchester estate is just one hour’s drive from Manhattan.
By train from Grand Central Station, take the Harlem Division Line of the Metro-North Railroad heading to Southeast, and exit at Katonah. Caramoor is a 3.5-mile drive from the Katonah station, where taxi service is always available. For current information, check the Metro-North schedule and contact the Box Office for more information.
Health and safety
Caramoor is committed to maintaining the health and safety of its guests, artists, and staff, while ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable visit.
For events — including indoor and outdoor concerts, Afternoons Teas, and tours of the Rosen House — we no longer require, but highly recommend, vaccination and the use of a mask. All events will be held at full capacity and seating will not be distanced. All events will adhere to the latest public health guidelines which may result in changing policies or occupancy limits.
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