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On a rocky hill atop three acres of woodland in the lower Hudson River Valley hamlet of Cortlandt Manor, less than one hour north of New York City, is “a dwelling of particular historical interest” (The New York Post) – the home where Aaron Copland, one of the most celebrated and profoundly influential musical figures in American history, lived and worked for the last thirty years of his life (from 1960 to 1990). Built around 1940, the prairie-style home is spacious yet unassuming, and reflects Copland's rugged elegance and natural dignity. Now a National Historic Landmark and an Official Project of the federal Save America’s Treasures program, Copland House is the only composer’s home in the United States devoted to nurturing and renewing America’s rich musical heritage through a broad range of activities.
Mount Kisco, NY 10549