If there is a more quintessentially American experience than watching Thornton Wilder’s Our Town on the Fourth of July, I don’t know what it might be. I was privileged to have that experience on Saturday at the opening of Chautauqua Theater Company’s lively and likable production of Wilder’s 1938 drama.
Laura Soto-Bayomi, soprano, executed a wide range of vocal dynamics while singing Francis Poulenc’s “Fêtes Galantes” from Deux Poèmes de Louis Aragon at the first recital of the season last Thursday in the Hall of Christ.
The dynamic duo is back: Conductor Rossen Milanov and pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk team up for the second time this season to kick off the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra’s “Into the Music” concert series at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater.
The white, male perspective might be a predominant one in writing, but for Gabriel Welsch, it’s not the only one.
In 1999, Tom Nakashima saw a pile of dead trees waiting to be burned. The image was so striking, he
What do Thelonious Monk, Richard Linklater and the man who invented the sazerac cocktail have in common? They’re the three
A key component in making music is spending countless hours in a practice room, improving. But those hours pass quickly when spent with beloved colleagues.
It’s no surprise that Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux’s biggest inspiration is George Balanchine. But there’s another choreographer who has also deeply influenced him: Jiří Kylián.
For Martha Reitman, the Chautauqua Community Band’s principal kazoo player, the humdrum rhythm of retirement wasn’t going to cut it.
Guest Critic Review by Christopher H. Gibbs There was an unusual sense of anticipation and celebration Thursday night at the