On a quiet Chautauqua evening, nearing dusk, there are 24 notes in the air — 24 notes that tap deep
Jim Klingensmith can recall the different years of his life based on the memories he made that summer at Chautauqua.
Tim Stephenson, Christine Wu and Elizabeth Crecca have more in common than just their age.
In 1928, Lucy Coit Fanning Norton donated a welcome gift to Chautauqua Institution — a gift that would house hundreds of operas and entertain Chautauquans for many generations.
The Chautauqua In Bloom season officially ended Wednesday at the garden recognition ceremony in Smith Wilkes Hall, during which the winning gardens of this year’s biennial contest were announced.
The Kanfers are a brave, innovative bunch. Not only is the family’s home in Chautauqua — located at 88 North
Mention the Children’s Temple, and most Chautauquans will look puzzled — and justifiably so. It might have vanished entirely from awareness, but for that mausoleum of old buildings and the plaque.
Arnie Bellowe extended a welcoming hand to a visitor at his spacious lakeside home south of the grounds on Chautauqua
Each June, about 300 students from around the world converge on Chautauqua Institution’s Schools of Fine and Performing Arts. They
Every week’s lecture series has a theme at Chautauqua Institution, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, the concept