Chautauqua Institution produces more than 2,200 programs every summer — in the Amphitheater, Hall of Philosophy and the countless other…
Fresh ingredients found their way from local farms to the lavish plates of guests at the Athenaeum Hotel parlor for the annual Farm-to-Table benefit dinner on July 23.
Last Saturday morning, Cathy Nowosielski, co-chair of the Chautauqua Fund, urged a crowd of Chautauqua Fund volunteers at the Athenaeum Hotel parlor to “capture the Chautauqua moment.”
Whether performing at events like the president’s Bestor Society address or simply rehearsing in the School of Music practice shacks, the Music School Festival Orchestra students and conductors offer the Chautauqua community the opportunity to enjoy beautiful music each summer.
At 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater, the 14-year-old soprano Jackie Evancho will make her Chautauqua debut, performing with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra in “An Evening with Jackie Evancho.”
As the 2014 season progresses, the Chautauqua Foundation has been hard at work to ensure the Institution’s future on behalf of the entire Chautauqua community.
On Monday in the Hall of Philosophy, the Chautauqua Foundation hosted a Twilight Cabaret fundraiser for the Chautauqua Fund.
Curtze Food Service will underwrite the Pat Metheny Unity Group with Bruce Hornsby Campfire Tour 2014 evening concert at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater.
Early last Wednesday in the Athenaeum Hotel parlor, the Chautauqua Foundation hosted a breakfast discussion to explore and celebrate the role of women as writers and performers inside the Chautauqua Theater Company as well as in their other professional theater engagements.
The Chautauqua Foundation, in partnership with the Athenaeum Hotel, presented a Farm-to-Table benefit dinner for the Chautauqua Fund in the hotel’s parlor this past Sunday.