Thursday, July 24, 2014

Cabaret Singer To Perform ‘The Sagamore Songbook’

Andrea Marcovicci photo by Daniel Reichert (2)Noted cabaret vocalist Andrea Marcovicci will be visiting Great Camp Sagamore to perform a special program celebrating the noted American Songbook composers who stayed at Sagamore Lodge:   Richard Rogers, Jerome Kern and Hoagy Carmichael.

Marcovicci’s performance will be part of the camp’s 2014 benefit for historic preservation. Proceeds from the benefit help with the ongoing restoration of the Sagamore’s 27 National Historic Landmark structures.   The benefit will be on Saturday, August 2nd and will include cocktails and a silent auction at the camp’s play house, followed by Andrea Marcovvici’s performance and a catered sit down dinner and live auction. The evening will be capped with cigars, port, and a camp fire.

Tickets are $200 per person and are limited to the first 200 guests.   Guests wishing to stay at Sagamore for the weekend can call for availability.   A room and meals from Friday dinner through Sunday breakfast, not including the Benefit ticket is $300 per person.   Weekend overnight guests will enjoy a Friday evening trustees’ reception by the boat house followed by dinner in the dining hall, bowling on the restored 1914 open air alley, campfire singing, a guided hike on Saturday, a special behind the scenes tour, paddle boarding demonstrations and lessons, craft demonstrations, boating and swimming.

For more information about this event call Great Camp Sagamore at 315-354-5311 x21. For directions to camp and general information about tours, events and programs, visit online at


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