This week’s organ concerts will offer several unusual selections, according to Chautauqua Institution organist Jared Jacobsen. Jacobsen will perform a
Carmina Burana is not the only inter-arts collaboration happening in the Amphitheater this weekend. The Sacred Song Service at 8
In the history of Lutheranism, 125 years may not be a long time. In Chautauqua, however, it’s certainly something to
When Chautauqua Institution organist Jared Jacobsen was planning this week’s Tallman Tracker Organ and Massey Memorial Organ concerts, he filled
Early on any given Sunday morning, hymns from denominational houses blend together along the brick walk as each congregation worships
Just as he has done countless times before, Chautauqua Institution organist Jared Jacobsen walked onto the Amphitheater stage on July 1, introduced himself, sat at the Massey Memorial Organ and brought his hands down on the keys — but this time, nothing happened.
Though Independence Day might get Chautauquans excited for fireworks over the lake, Jared Jacobsen is “psyched” for a patriotically themed
BENJAMIN HOSTE | File Photo Jared Jacobsen with the Massey Memorial Organ in 2013. Jacobsen is now in his 19th
NAME | File Photo Institution organist and coordinator of worship and sacred music Jared Jacobson leads the Chautauqua Choir and
Chautauqua Institution President Tom Becker’s job at the final Sacred Song Service of the season is to present a closing speech and tap the gavel three times. Jared Jacobsen’s job is to create the “jewelry setting” for that symbolic closing.