Andrew Manzella


Young Readers Explore Music and Identity

Three kids from different parts of the world with completely different life experiences are all linked together by one common thing: music. The CLSC Young Readers selection for Week Nine, Echo, by Pam Muñoz Ryan,
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Boogie Stomp! Offers a Piano History Lesson

In a four-handed piano celebration, Boogie Stomp! will lead Chautauquans on a danceable journey through 100 years worth of classic American music, from jazz to swing to rock ‘n’ roll. Known as far as Moscow

Music Camps Reach Recital Season

Since 1999, Chautauqua Music Camps have inspired musical and emotional growth in middle and high school students. Members of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and professionals from the region provide coaching in chamber music, orchestra ensemble,
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A Musical Carnival Hits the Amp

Pianists and singers and instrumentalists, oh my! School of Music Managing Director Oliver Dow wanted to engage the entire community with a concert meant to celebrate the students studying at Chautauqua. So he’s herding together
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Young Readers Read ‘Tuck Everlasting’

In the midst of the week themed “Pushing Our Bodies’ Limits,” the CLSC Young Readers will discuss a book about immortality: Tuck Everlasting, by Natalie Babbitt. The Chautauqua Theater Company will guide the open dialogue
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