As my time as general and artistic director of Chautauqua Opera draws to an end, I look back at this
If they could, the walls of the Jane A. Gross Opera Center would not talk, but sing, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their dedication.
Chautauqua Institution officials announced today Steven Osgood will succeed Jay Lesenger as artistic and general director of the Chautauqua Opera Company.
To honor a man who has dedicated 21 years of his life to providing captivating performances for thousands of people, Chautauqua Opera Company Music Administrator Carol Rausch believes a musical tribute is truly fitting.
After a season full of recitals and supporting roles, the Studio Artists of Chautauqua Opera Company’s Young Artists Program can now try their hand at leading roles in scenes from a selection of famous productions at 4 p.m. today in Norton Hall.
Ready to go out with a bang, the Chautauqua Opera Company’s Young Artists have gathered their favorite repertoire from American and French composers for the final “Artsongs in the Afternoon” recital of the season at 4:15 p.m. today in the Hall of Christ.
Following the announcement of finalists Eric Einhorn and Steven Osgood in late May, Chautauqua Institution officials said they are nearing
Treasure chests often hold beautiful items, and the Children’s School received not one, but two treasure chests full of jewels last Thursday.
How people take leave of a job says a great deal about them. This summer marks the last for Jay Lesenger as Chautauqua Opera’s general and artistic director.
In 1928, Lucy Coit Fanning Norton donated a welcome gift to Chautauqua Institution — a gift that would house hundreds of operas and entertain Chautauquans for many generations.