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Review: Boico leads ‘bittersweet’ CSO season finale

Review by Anthony Bannon


Matt Burkhartt | Staff Photographer
Guest conductor Daniel Boico leads the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra in the National Anthem Tuesday in the Amphitheater. 1,196 more words

The Arts

For Buxbaums, an abundance of ‘wonderful experiences’

Margie and Dick Buxbaum of Shaker Heights, Ohio, grew curious when they noticed their neighbors’ tendency to leave for most of the summer. How, they wondered, could Ben and Edith Adler go somewhere for the whole summer? 622 more words

Community

Kenya - Formulation of the 11th EDF Justice Sector Project in Kenya

 

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consultant sourcing and project management

Formulation of the 11th EDF Justice Sector Project in Kenya (JSP) 718 more words

EDF

Woof Woof, Bark Bark (or how to not support security in your organization).

I recieved the email below from a colleague at work. At first glance it is funny, the chief security officer being represented by a dog… Hilarious! 671 more words

Commentary

Review: Boico seeks harmonic adventure, CSO overcomes rocky first half

Review by John Chacona


Amanda Mainguy | Staff Photographer
Daniel Boico, guest conductor and music director candidate for the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, leads the CSO in their performance Saturday in the Amphitheater. 844 more words

The Arts

Review: Neubauer soars above poorly balanced repertoire

Review by Leah Harrison


Matt Burkhartt | Staff Photographer
Christof Perick, guest conductor and music director candidate, leads the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra with Paul Neubauer on viola as they perform Aaron Jay Kernis’ “Concerto… 667 more words

Chautauqua Institution

Review: Perick leads orchestra in night of ‘quiet dynamics’

Review by Leah Harrison


Amanda Mainguy | Staff Photographer
Guest conductor Christof Perick leads the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra in their performance in the Amphitheater Tuesday. … 519 more words

The Arts