Last week, and almost 700 miles away in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Brian Reagin practiced Mozart in a
Roberto Plano started tinkering with a children’s keyboard not long after learning to walk. Now, he plays a grown-up piano
There wasn’t a time when Mary Whitaker wasn’t smiling, and that’s not much of an overstatement. Between her two loves — golf and music — the reasons were few and far between to not be happy.
Millions of immigrants have traveled across an ocean to America. Chautauquans only have to head to the Amphitheater to hear their stories.
Coordinating ballet with symphony is a puzzle that involves balancing visual and musical aspects of performance.
The Symphony Partners hosts the first of its three Brown Bag “Meet the Musicians” events at 12:15 p.m. today in
Chautauquans were invited to the Athenaeum Hotel parlor on Thursday evening to meet and chat with Rossen Milanov, Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra’s new music director and conductor.
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.
Although he juggles two of the most important jobs in the orchestra, Stuart Chafetz said he hardly notices a difference.
The 2014 Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra season is officially one of 86 in the history books.