THE TALK OF THE TOWN: Caramoor Festival

July 1970
New Yorker;7/4/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 20, p23
The article discusses the author's experience in his trip to Caramoor, a rambling Florentine villa set in hundred acres in Westchester. The villa was a private house built around an extraordinary art collection. His group made a rapid tour of the room and noted several famous paintings and celebrated sculptures. When they arrived at the theater, they found the director of the New York City Opera.


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