My favorite moments in music performance are those when, as a member of the audience, I am able to make a connection to something personal — something musical that relates to something extra-musical, extending a memory or experience into the present space. Because I want music to be meaningful, it doesn’t take much — I am looking and listening for the connection.
After 25 seasons helming the Institution’s performing and visual arts programming, Marty Merkley has decided to hang up his hat.
The music, the voices, the images, the dancing — the spectacle returns to the Amphitheater at 8:15 p.m. Saturday night with the second and last production of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana.
There was jubilation, there was joy, there was a kiss to say goodbye to war. The announcement caught people by
Chautauqua Institution officials announced today Steven Osgood will succeed Jay Lesenger as artistic and general director of the Chautauqua Opera Company.
Civility returned Friday in the Hall of Christ as Chautauquans packed the auditorium to ask questions of and offer opinions
‘A feat of spectacle’ Review by Guest Critic: Rebecca Ritzel Oh, the early musicians. They are the nerds, outliers and
Flashback to 1973, an article with the headline “Stars of New York City Ballet to dance in Chautauqua Amphitheater,” appears in the Chautauquan.
Kathy and Jim Pender and the Michael Pender Fund of the Cleveland Foundation are sponsoring tonight’s Family Entertainment Series, Aga-Boom, at 7:30 p.m. in the Amphitheater
Chautauqua Institution’s outreach to community members on the Amphitheater project concluded its first week last Friday morning in the Hall