Since 2006, five Chautauqua Giants have been named at the end of each season. Their reveal, which will commence at…
As my time as general and artistic director of Chautauqua Opera draws to an end, I look back at this…
Ready to go out with a bang, the Chautauqua Opera Company’s Young Artists have gathered their favorite repertoire from American and French composers for the final “Artsongs in the Afternoon” recital of the season at 4:15 p.m. today in the Hall of Christ.
Following the announcement of finalists Eric Einhorn and Steven Osgood in late May, Chautauqua Institution officials said they are nearing…
How people take leave of a job says a great deal about them. This summer marks the last for Jay Lesenger as Chautauqua Opera’s general and artistic director.
Falling into a one-way romantic affair can be devastating.
At Chautauqua Opera Company’s third showing last month of its family-friendly “Alice and Alex in Operaland” at Smith Wilkes Hall, there was barely an empty seat in the audience.
Last Thursday, the Chautauqua Opera Young Artists began to sit down one-by-one in Carol Rausch’s office for their end-of-the-season exit interviews.
In Stanley McCandless’ A Method of Lighting the Stage, the lighting pioneer said that the role of the designer is to “give visibility where and when it is wanted” and to “control and conquer” the medium as “to provide a new horizon for artistic direction.”
At 8:15 p.m. Saturday in the Amp, he’s using those frequent flier miles to spirit the Chautauqua Opera Company on sojourn to San Juan, Puerto Rico, as they rendezvous with the CSO to highlight the work of Broadway legends Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim.