When he delivers the last sermon of the 2015 season, the Rev. Robert Franklin wants the Chautauqua congregation to join…
When she speaks at 2 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy, Carol Naughton will discuss Purpose Built Communities broad…
With the ringing of the bells, another year of reading has begun for the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
There’s an artistry to politics, Beau Willimon said. Conversely, there’s also a certain amount of politics in art.
RUBY WALLAU | Staff Photographer A selection of books chosen for the 2015 Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Young Readers…
All summer long, Chautauquans have filled the Amphitheater to watch the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. Now, a different kind of orchestra will be taking the stage, as The Orchestra, featuring members of Electric Light Orchestra and ELO Part II perform at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amp.
There’s a reason some traditions stick around.
Grover Norquist and political scientist Geoffrey Kemp will discuss the topic “Can the U.S. Afford to be the World’s Sole Superpower?” at 3:30 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy.
The New York State Summer School of the Arts School of Choral Studies has been performing for Chautauqua audiences for as long as Jared Berry can remember, taking the Amphitheater stage to perform songs both classical and contemporary.
Each year, The Chautauquan Daily literary reporter spends the summer talking to authors, researching, reading and writing.
He or she typically writes a minimum of five stories per week, which covers the Writers’ Center, the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, the CLSC Alumni Association and the Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends.
With the responsibilities to the paper, reading all of the CLSC selections proves difficult for most, but this year, the current literary reporter and the 2009–2010 literary reporter graduated from CLSC.
Both wanted to share their connection to the Institution and first-hand experience as CLSC graduates.