Indian Classical Music Festival 2018
This Labor Day Weekend, join us for two evenings of Indian Classical Music with some of NYC’s most accomplished Raga practitioners, presented by Brooklyn Raga Massive.
BROOKLYN RAGA MASSIVE PRESENTS INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC
AT RACE BROOK LODGESEPTEMBER 1 & 2, 2018
SAT 9/1: SAMARTH NAGARKAR & EHREN HANSON
Samarth Nagarkar is a Hindustani classical vocalist, known for his captivating performances and traditionally rich music. He is currently Guru and Director of Academic Affairs at Chhandayan, a prominent Indian music and dance school in New York City, and also teaches adjunct lectures and master-classes at Manhattan School of Music and New York University.
SUN 9/2: STEVE GORN & ERIC FRASER
Steve Gorn’s Bansuri is featured on the 2011 Grammy winning recording, Miho – Journey to the Mountain, with Dhruba Ghosh and the Paul Winter Consort, as well as the Academy Award winning documentary film, Born into Brothels. He has performed Indian Classical Music and new American Music on the Bansuri bamboo flute in concerts and festivals throughout the world.
EXPLORE RACE BROOK LODGE
Our rooms are carved out of a 19th century barns and a Federal style mansion, with other cottages and cabins. Continental breakfast is included. Hiking trails start right here on the property and extend up to the Race Brook Falls, Mount Everett, Mount Race and beyond. You can continue on the Appalachian Trail... all the way to Georgia, or north to Maine!
The Race Brook is a soothing presence, babbling right through the center of our property. Enjoy the sound of the brook from a hammock in the shade or spread out a blanket for a picnic on the lawn. Also enjoy volleyball and lawn games. In the summer, sometimes the brook dries up temporarily, allowing for adventures and scavenger hunts in the riverbed.
At The Stagecoach Tavern, visionary chef Laurel Barkan uses local ingredients whenever possible to create original interpretations of both traditional and exotic dishes. The Stagecoach is best known for it’s atmosphere, as diners revel in history of the centuries-old candlelit tavern.
We love pets! Over half of our rooms are dog-friendly. Dogs love the great hiking right on the property, diving in the brook and frolicking with guests, staff and other dogs!