Venues

Oheka Castle – Long Island, NY

If you have ever been to Oheka Castle, you will never forget it! This is the 2nd largest private residence in the United States. A century old castle, it was built with stone and marble imported from France. The wedding ceremonies take place in their magnificent gardens. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words – maybe two thousand!

Oheka Castle Long Island wedding
Oheka Castle pic by Camelot Studios

www.oheka.com

NY Orchestras Entertainment have performed at literally hundreds of weddings, corporate events and fundraisers at Oheka Castle. Services offered at the Castle include bands, DJs, classical string ensembles (trios, quartets, orchestras) and uplighting. (Image below taken by Camelot Studios )

Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home – Manchester, VT.

This beautiful, picturesque venue is located in the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont. The house is a museum dedicated to the life of President Abraham Lincoln. The weddings take place on the grounds and dinner in a luxurious tent. Central Park Orchestra and The Vibe continue to perform at Hildene on a regular basis. We LoVermont!

Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home – Manchester, VT.

(taken from Hildene.org) Robert Lincoln, the only child of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln to survive to adulthood, became president of the Pullman Company, the largest manufacturing corporation at the turn of the 20th century. Robert and his wife, Mary, built this Georgian Revival mansion in 1905 in the scenic village of Manchester. It became home to only Lincoln descendants until 1975, longer than any other Lincoln residence.

Images below taken by Camelot Studios

Wedding ceremony in The Green Mountains of Southern Vermont at Hildene
Aren’t they cute? Flower Girl & Ring Bearer in a garden wedding ceremony at Hildene – Manchester, VT.
Amazing photo by Rocco Chielli of Camelot Studios at Hildene with NYO uplighting

6th & River in The Poconos

6TH & RIVER. A RESTORED WAREHOUSE EVENT SPACE

This space reminds one of some downtown loft in NYC, not Northeastern Pennsylvania. The difference is when you look out of the eighteen large windows from one end of the room to the other, they overlook the Lackawaxen River. Here are some pictures of some lighting we did there. Here are more lighting pictures from other venues. If you are looking for a DJ click here.

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6th & River golden amber uplighting
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