Journalist Tom Brokaw spoke with his daughter Jennifer Brokaw about patient advocacy Thursday in the Amp.
The Iran nuclear deal has stirred much debate and controversy in the United States over the last two months. Seyed Hossein Mousavian and Emad Kiyaei, two Iranians, teamed up to shed light on the nuclear deal and Iran’s perspective on the global landscape.
As promised at Friday’s public dialogue on the Amphitheater renewal project, the independent advisory panel of state and regional preservation experts released its report to the public today. The findings will serve as important input for the Chautauqua Institution Board of Trustees as it prepares for a likely Aug. 29 vote on the project, and will also inform the project’s design team as it works toward a final design proposal.
Long-time favorites return to Chautauqua.
Over the next two days, Chautauqua Institution President Tom Becker will appear in two public forums that will focus on the future of Chautauqua’s centerpiece Amphitheater.
Broadly speaking, all music is in perpetual motion. Even a rest is more like a leap from one note to the next rather than a stop, or it serves as potential energy preparing for dynamic sound to come. But there is that special marking in music scores that drives the point home: moto perpetuo.
A current Amphitheater bench and a prototype for the proposed replacement bench design are now on display and available for sit tests on the Hultquist Center porch.
The Golden Dragon Acrobats returned to Chautauqua Institution Tuesday as part of the Family Entertainment Series. Taking the Amphitheater stage, they dazzled the audience, children and adults alike, with their feats of flexibility and strength.
Column by John Warren A funny thing happened in the years I was away from Chautauqua. The Amphitheater lost a few…
Chautauqua Institution’s outreach to community members on the Amphitheater project concluded its first week last Friday morning in the Hall…