Organist and coordinator of worship and sacred music Jared Jacobsen said Chautauquans like to “pig out” on America during Fourth of July weekend, and he plans to contribute to their feast. At 12:15 p.m.
This week’s theme of “Money and Power” resonates very personally with Ilmar Gavilán, who said money and power prevented him from performing with his brother and fellow musician, Aldo López-Gavilán in the U.S. since their
Residents and guests aren’t the only ones who reunite at Chautauqua. No, as the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra’s 2016 season kickoff concert Thursday night at the Amphitheater reminded all in attendance, the arrival of a new
By David Levy Carnival Overture, Op. 92 Antonin Dvořák The Czech master Antonin Dvořák was born in Nelahozeves, near Kralupy, on Sept. 8, 1841, and died in Prague on May 1, 1904. His “Carnival Overture”