Although he juggles two of the most important jobs in the orchestra, Stuart Chafetz said he hardly notices a difference.
Be our guest no more: Rossen Milanov will take the Amphitheater stage at 8:15 p.m. tonight for the first time as Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra’s new conductor and music director. With him, he brings regular soloist, pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk.
Guitarist Sharon Isbin’s classical melodies have proved to the world guitar isn’t just for rock ’n’ roll.
Photographs by RUBY WALLAU | Staff Photographer A dark room, two chairs and a table he bought himself. That’s all
Provided Image “From the Top” host Christopher O’Riley poses in Shaver Theater. Provided Image 2012 Chautauqua Music Festival student Laura
Nancy Gibbs, managing editor of Time and a lifelong Chautauquan, will sit down with the journalist to talk about his
Provided Provided The season three finale of “Nashville” left the audience wondering if Deacon Claybourne survived his surgery. While nobody
In the ’50s, jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald was on the top of her game, performing everything from bebop with Dizzy Gillespie to opera with The Mikado. Singer Patti Austin said that this spectrum-spanning of American song made “The Queen of Jazz” a star of pop.
All summer long, Chautauquans have filled the Amphitheater to watch the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. Now, a different kind of orchestra will be taking the stage, as The Orchestra, featuring members of Electric Light Orchestra and ELO Part II perform at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amp.
At 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater, Bellezzo and his fellow Beatles impersonators will come together with a little help from their friends on the Amphitheater’s main stage to deliver a hit-heavy performance, covering every era from “Twist and Shout” to “Let It Be.”