Caroga Lake Music Festival to Play Outdoor Concert at Nigra Arts Center Concert is free and open to the public

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GLOVERSVILLE — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is excited to host the artists of the Caroga Lake Music Festival for an outdoor concert on Friday, July 23, at 6 p.m. The concert will take place on the grounds of the Nigra Arts Center at 2736 State Highway 30, Gloversville.

There is no charge for this event, but goodwill donations for the Nigra Arts Center will be accepted. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be held indoors with limited seating. Food trucks will also be on-site during the event.

The Nigra Arts Center is requesting attendees to pre-register for this free event for planning purposes. To RSVP, please visit https://bit.ly/3h5eZHC or call (518) 661-9932.

This concert is presented by the Caroga Arts Collective and the Caroga Lake Music Festival as part of their five-week summer music festival in the Adirondacks, offering a series of free performances and community outreach programs in the upstate New York region and beyond. Attracting audiences in the thousands locally and nationwide, the Caroga Lake Music Festival is dedicated to increasing accessibility to chamber music, cultivating creative and interactive experiences, and showcasing some of the world’s top professional artists from the U.S. and abroad.

The multi-genre programming makes this festival unique and exciting. The artists perform everything from classical music to pop songs, with everything from small ensembles to orchestras. The festival features well-established young instrumentalists and vocalists from a variety of backgrounds – opera performers, singer-songwriters and everything in between.

Directed and founded by cellist Kyle Barrett Price, the Caroga Lake Music Festival produces four popular series: Sherman’s Revival Series, Caroga Chapel Series, Encore! Jazz Sessions at Nick Stoner Inn and The Barge at Canada Lake Marine. For more details about their summer concert festival, please visit https://carogaarts.org/clmf.

Following the CDC and New York State guidelines, the Nigra Arts Center will continue to monitor, adapt, and communicate safety guidelines to ensure a positive experience for the audience and performers. For more information about the Nigra Arts Center, please visit pncreativeartscenter.org.

About the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts:

The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is a beautiful, year-round arts center open to the public. It houses premium art venues, hosts fun family events and provides educational opportunities for persons of all ages and levels of ability. The Nigra Arts Center also offers exceptional spaces for private parties or business events. The Nigra Arts Center was founded in 2015 by The Arc Lexington, an accredited, award-winning provider of disability services. For more information, visit www.pncreativeartscenter.org.

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