Angella Ahn picked up the violin as a child after watching an orchestra’s violin section and admiring how it selfishly
With more than seven decades of history, the Chautauqua Quartet is an institution of its own.
As he hops from country to country with the Vienna Piano Trio, pianist Stefan Mendl said the varying reactions to his performances are sometimes the most entertaining part.
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.
Credited with arranging two of the six pieces on the program for this afternoon’s Logan Chamber Music Series concert, Axiom Brass front man Dorival Puccini Jr. doesn’t like that particular turn of phrase.
When viola player Jason Fisher and the rest of A Far Cry first walk out at 4 p.m. today inside Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall, attendees unfamiliar with the group will quickly notice what makes them so unique.
The Logan Chamber Music Series will feature its second of two in-house Chautauquan groups at 4 p.m. this afternoon at Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall as the Chautauqua Wind Quintet performs a program titled “Mozartiana: A Midsummer concert with the Chautauqua Chamber Winds.”
If the thought of sounds akin to a blend of Motörhead and Mozart bouncing around Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall piques your interest, soprano saxophonist Dan Graser is ready and waiting.
One of the focal points of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra program this summer is an increased attempt to balance contemporary performances with presentations of familiar, classic works.
During her 21 years with the Garth Newel Music Center in Warm Springs, Virginia, violist Evelyn Grau has heard a great deal about Chautauqua’s musical reputation, but has never had the chance to perform here.