‘A feat of spectacle’ Review by Guest Critic: Rebecca Ritzel Oh, the early musicians. They are the nerds, outliers and
Mikael Eliasen will emcee and accompany “By Strauss” — a voice concert that features 10 Voice Program students and work
Pianist Christopher Taylor will return to Chautauqua to judge the 2015 Piano Competition. He’s also delivering a performance of his
Last week, and almost 700 miles away in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Brian Reagin practiced Mozart in a
George Balanchine once said “Dance is music made visible.” The two art forms go hand in hand, similar to the friendship that has developed between the schools of Dance and Music at Chautauqua.
Don St. Pierre describes the production of L. Z. Masque as a Calder mobile. “Five moving parts, each with its
From Cape Town, South Africa, to Taipei, Taiwan, to Bali to Singapore to Fayetteville, Arkansas — name it, and Italian
When Handel’s Ariodante first surfaced in the early 1700s, the ideas of sexism and bullying ran rampant throughout the opera. Now, as stage director John Giampietro takes two casts into the nearly 300-year-old performance, society is still grappling with those same issues.
Every week, a different section of the MSFO comes to Children’s School and teaches a new instrument to the children. The purpose is to introduce the instruments to the children at a young age.
They finish each other’s sentences, completing a string of shared thoughts through quick jabbering, as if it was effortless.