Special Event to Honor Dr. Caroline Bauman on March 17, 2019
Dear Music Lover,Please join us on March 17, 2019, with Glenn Dicterow, former concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, and other celebrated guests, in honoring Dr. Caroline Bauman, who has been the president and guiding force behind the Westchester Chamber Music Society for over thirty years.
Mr. Dicterow will be performing with his Amerigo Trio at 4:00 pm, with music by Sibelius, Beethoven, and others. Click Here to see concert program.
This concert will be followed by a special dinner for Dr. Bauman at 6:30 pm—all at Congregation Emanu-El at 2125 Westchester Avenue in Rye, NY.
Dr. Bauman is continuing at the helm of the WCMS, but there has never been an occasion to publicly thank and honor her for the way she has enriched our lives. We have all benefitted from Caroline’s deep musical experience and her dedication to chamber music and to this organization.
We are, therefore, delighted to invite you to:
Attend the concert and the post-concert special event & buffet dinner at which our distinguished guest Glenn Dicterow and others will pay tribute to Dr. Bauman.
Buy space in the commemorative program booklet to post your congratulatory message to Caroline.
Thank you and warm regards,
On behalf of the Board of Directors and the Event Committee
*Click Here to purchase tickets for the concert, RSVP for special dinner to honor Dr. Caroline Bauman and purchase space in the commemorative program booklet to post your congratulatory message to Caroline.
ABOUT THE WESTCHESTER CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY
We present five concerts each year on Sunday afternoons at 4pm at Congregation Emanuel-El of Westchester on Westchester Avenue in Rye, just east of Kenilworth Road. Performers and audiences agree that the hall has excellent acoustics and is especially well suited for chamber music. The performance space is conveniently located minutes from The Cross-Westchester (Route 287) near Exit 9, and there is also plenty of convenient, free parking at our location.
"We have many longtime subscribers and newer members who enjoy the unique experience of listening to chamber music in a space similar in size to the ones in which Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven originally performed," said Dr. Bauman.
We also invite our audience to meet the musicians after each concert at an informal reception at which refreshments are served.
Season subscriptions are $175, individual tickets are $40, and students are always free.