‘A feat of spectacle’ Review by Guest Critic: Rebecca Ritzel Oh, the early musicians. They are the nerds, outliers and…
The 10:45 a.m. Sunday morning service of worship and sermon allowed Chautauquans to experience the divine through sight, sound and movement.
Ukrainian clown trio Aga-Boom — Dimitri Bogatirev, Iryna Ivanytska and Jesse Highley — entertained children and adults alike with their antics from the Amphitheater stage on July 15. The group performed as part of the Family Entertainment Series.
Circles. Squares. The most basic figures in art, they rarely make solo appearances in galleries; however, a new exhibit, “The Circle/Square Game,” is opening today at the Strohl Art Center to celebrate these two basic shapes. The debut also features a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. today at Strohl.
When Handel’s Ariodante first surfaced in the early 1700s, the ideas of sexism and bullying ran rampant throughout the opera. Now, as stage director John Giampietro takes two casts into the nearly 300-year-old performance, society is still grappling with those same issues.
Every week, a different section of the MSFO comes to Children’s School and teaches a new instrument to the children. The purpose is to introduce the instruments to the children at a young age.
When Jordan Leeper’s dance instructor at the Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet told him that he would be coming to Chautauqua Institution to take a ballet class in 2006, he didn’t understand why.
“Dream team” has taken on a whole new meaning for the Chautauqua Opera Young Artists as they prepare for the second Artsongs in the Afternoon recital of the season.
Guest Review by Anthony Bannon The heart sounds most notably within a sprung rhythm; its regular beat is taken for granted….
In Miller Park more than 140 years ago, Chautauqua’s pioneers stood and spoke where, on June 26, its current leaders…