Amit Peled is a multi-sport athlete: He plays basketball and cello. Torn as a teenager between pursuing sports or music, he threw himself toward music, resigning himself to the certainty that he would never be tall enough to play in the NBA.
Nothing is quite as indicative of small-town culture as grassroots Americana music from a local radio station. And at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Amphitheater, Jamestown’s Rolling Hills Radio will be back to bring that experience to America’s best small town — Chautauqua.
Story by Laura Scherb | Staff Writer Filmmaker Abigail Disney didn’t always think art was the strongest form of activism.
The winners of the Air Band competition will perform during Old First Night services at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, also in
National Public Radio fans are used to hearing “A Prairie Home Companion” over the airwaves, but for nearly as long as he has been on the air, Garrison Keillor has been taking the show on the road to escape the studio.
‘A feat of spectacle’ Review by Guest Critic: Rebecca Ritzel Oh, the early musicians. They are the nerds, outliers and
Every week’s lecture series has a theme at Chautauqua Institution, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, the concept
Puppets are taking over the world. “The Muppets” are coming to Broadway, courtesy of Disney, and to TV thanks to
This week’s organ concerts will offer several unusual selections, according to Chautauqua Institution organist Jared Jacobsen. Jacobsen will perform a
The Golden Dragon Acrobats returned to Chautauqua Institution Tuesday as part of the Family Entertainment Series. Taking the Amphitheater stage, they dazzled the audience, children and adults alike, with their feats of flexibility and strength.