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Two School of Music violinists perform with Cleveland Orchestra

Leah Rankin | Staff Writer

The benefits of an establishment like the Chautauqua School of Music are not always immediate, but this year, two students already have made names for themselves after leaving the music campus a week early to compete in the first ever Thomas and Evon Cooper International Violin Competition. 552 more words

School Of Music

The doctor is in

Legendary comedian Cosby returns to Amphitheater

Leah Rankin | Staff Writer

“Can you hold the phone a sec?” Bill Cosby asked for the second time during our phone interview. 996 more words

Featured

Fralick, Potter perform Fletcher voice recital

Leah Rankin | Staff Writer

Music of the great classical composers will fill the School of Music campus one last time this week with a free voice recital at 4 p.m. 197 more words

Community

Chautauqua Music Camps end week with student concerts

Leah Rankin | Staff Writer

The Chautauqua School of Music campus looks a lot different this week. As the last of the Music School Festival Orchestra students pack up their belongings and disperse to various colleges across the country, they are replaced this week by musical miniatures. 583 more words

Community

Grohman to play ‘thank you’ recital

Leah Rankin | Staff Writer

Debbie Grohman is a fifth-generation Chautauquan who comes to the Institution every year for artistic and spiritual fulfillment. But it wasn’t until last year, when she had a bicycle accident, that she realized that Chautauqua also can be a place of healing. 501 more words

Community

Abrahamson lectures on creative solutions

Leah Rankin | Staff Writer

In a political world of black and white, Joan Abrahamson lives in the gray.

As the founder of the Jefferson Institute and former assistant chief of staff to President George H. 730 more words

Morning Lecture Previews

Week Eight selection helps children become naturalists

Leah Rankin | Staff Writer

In Flory’s world, squirrels are giant beasts and bats can be dangerous predators, but this little fairy has the magic and the heart to face any danger — even when she no longer can use her wings to fly away. 604 more words

Literary Arts