Tobias Melle spent three summers in the Bavarian/German Alps with his backpack, huge photographic equipment and the score of “An Alpine Symphony,” Op. 64, by Richard Strauss. During each trip, which spanned three months at
When philanthropist, musician and Chautauquan Kay Logan was a student flutist at Chautauqua Institution, she played “Poem” by Charles Griffes as a soloist. Nearly 25 years later, another young flutist named Richard Sherman won the
Contrary to its reputation, classical music concerts consist only of the new. One reason is perhaps less obvious, the fact that each performance of the masterpieces of the past is a live, even living, event.