Julia Mericle


Final CSO Show Embraces Jazz

Classical music, which the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra typically plays, stemmed from an old European tradition adapted to American culture. Jazz music, which the CSO will add to their repertoire tonight, started as a genre monumentally

The CSO Hosts a ‘Night at the Movies’

Rossen Milanov, conductor and music director of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, said he thinks a partnership with the Columbus Symphony Chorus is a wonderful way to end his residency here at Chautauqua Institution this summer.

CSO Pays Tribute to German Composer Mendelssohn

Nicolas Dautricourt said Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 was one of the first concertos he played in public. Dautricourt will solo on that concerto for his first performance with the Chautauqua

CSO Plays Medley of Family-Friendly Hits

The Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra will play a special matinee this weekend to offer those who visit to Chautauqua Institution for the free Sunday admission a taste of what happens on the weekdays, said Rossen Milanov,
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CSO Musicians to Perform Schubert Octet

The Octet in F major, D. 803, by Schubert is written for a very odd assortment of instruments, according to Olga Kaler, Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra violinist. The selection features two violins, a viola, a cello,

CSO Show Combines Music with Photography

Tobias Melle spent three summers in the Bavarian/German Alps with his backpack, huge photographic equipment and the score of “An Alpine Symphony,” Op. 64, by Richard Strauss. During each trip, which spanned three months at
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