Music and Art in the Mountains
Please Note: This event has been canceled due to weather. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (October 26, 2011) – Glimmerglass Festival Young Artist Andrea Carroll will perform at Andes Art & Antiques on Saturday, October 29, as part of “Music and Art in the Mountains” from 1 to 4 p.m.
Andrea Carroll was a Young Artist in 2011 with The Glimmerglass Festival, and performed the role of Rose Segal in the professional premiere of John Musto’s Later the Same Evening. She will perform, accompanied by SUNY Oneonta’s Timothy Newton, at 2 p.m.
Andes Art & Antiques is located at 173 Main Street in Andes, New York, and specializes in fine paintings, prints, country furniture, rare books and more. The event is free and open to the public; partial proceeds from the day’s purchases at Andes Art & Antiques will benefit The Glimmerglass Festival.
For more information on “Music and Art in the Mountains,” call (845) 876-9420 or e-mail PopperArtsy2@aol.com.
The Glimmerglass Festival is a professional, non-profit organization presenting four new productions in rotation every July and August. The company’s Alice Busch Opera Theater opened in 1987 and has been home to more than 85 productions, many of which have been world and professional premieres. Francesca Zambello was appointed Artistic & General Director in September 2010. The company continues is tradition of four new fully staged productions, now including three operas and a piece of American musical theater performed with full orchestra and no sound amplification. Main stage performances are supplemented by special concerts, Q&As, a discussion series and more. Founded in 1975, the company continues to attract an international audience to the scenic Cooperstown area, where the talent of singers, directors, designers and staff from around the world converges to produce world-class opera and music theater.