Junior Guilders in flapper dresses, vests, cheerleading and gymnastics uniforms, and red, white and blue attire will tap dance, somersault, sashay and sing across the Amphitheater stage in their summer performance, Our World.
When jazz guitar prodigy Pat Metheny first began touring as a teenager, his grandfather noticed a similarity between his own Chautauqua-trooping father and his musician grandson.
At 2:45 p.m. today at the Chautauqua Cinema, a string of Brazilian films will continue with 1959’s Black Orpheus, following yesterday’s screening of City of God.
Named after a Brazilian slang word meaning “country bumpkin,” Matuto plans to intoxicate listeners with its vibrant and refreshing musical cocktail at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater.
When Hillary Clinton lost her bid in the 2008 United States presidential race, many women across the country sighed at the vanished possibility of a female U.S. leader. Filmmaker Heather Arnet decided to do some investigation instead, turning her focus to South America.
Some people equate the word “radio” with FDR’s fireside chats, helter-skelter antennae and news broadcasts. Younger people may conjure up images of stereos and Sirius FM. Ken Hardley wants to bring back the former.
At 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater, the Time Jumpers hope to bring a bit of that Tennessee feel to southwestern New York.
David Epley will perform his show “The Science of Santa” as Doktor Kaboom for the Family Entertainment Series at 5 and 7 p.m. tonight in Smith Wilkes Hall.
The New York State Summer School of the Arts School of Choral Studies has been performing for Chautauqua audiences for as long as Jared Berry can remember, taking the Amphitheater stage to perform songs both classical and contemporary.
In 1990, Wilson Phillips took the music world by storm, and after nearly 25 years, the band members have held on, and have no plans of letting go any time soon.