Catskill High Peaks Music Residency
Led by internationally renowned cellist Yehuda Hanani, this annual event combines an educational residency program featuring immersive master classes for 50 hand-picked emerging artists from around the world with evenings of classical music concerts for the public. The mission of the Catskill High Peaks Music Residency is to infuse students with love and enthusiasm for their musical vocation, instill a spirit of musical adventure and discovery, and imbue an appreciation for past traditions amongst both students and new audiences. Additionally, local students from musically underserved schools are paired with older, more experienced instrumental counterparts for one-on-one lessons in violin, viola, cello and piano.
Click here for more information about the 8th Annual Catskill High Peaks Music Festival held at the Carey Institute in August 2017.
Highlights from past years:
Catskill High Peaks Interview: Doyeon Kim
Catskill High Peaks Interview: Yite Xu
Catskill High Peaks Interview: Sun Young Jung
8th annual festival features suffragette themed concerts open to the public on Pay What You Wish basisRensselaerville, N.Y.— The Carey Institute for Global Good is proud to announce the eighth annual edition of the Catskills High Peaks Music Festival, “Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman” taking place August 6 though 17. A joint presentation of the Carey […]
Carey Institute raising funds to sustain cultural opportunities in rural Hilltowns Rensselaerville, N.Y.— The Carey Institute for Global Good announced today that it received a pledge from an anonymous donor to match up to $10,000 in donations raised for the High Peaks Music Festival. The challenge takes place between now and Sunday, August 13. All […]