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Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet Gala

6/14/2019 - 08:00pm

Venue: Amphitheater

The Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet is one of the premier schools for classical ballet training in our region and also a resource for our community through its quality ballet performances and its educational offerings. Each spring, the CRYB presents its Spring Gala - a professional quality production under the direction of Artistic Director Monika Alch. Programming includes classical repertoire in addition to contemporary works and new choreography. Chautauqua Institution is proud to host the CRYB in the Amphitheater for what promises to be a memorable and enchanting evening.
A limited number of VIP tickets are available for this performance. VIP tickets include a pre-performance reception and adult admission ticket, $55 for individual, $100 for couple. VIP tickets must be purchased by contacting the CRYB directly at (716) 664-9766.

Judy Collins and Madeleine Peyroux

6/22/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

Born in Athens, Georgia and often found in her adopted home of Paris, singer‐songwriter Madeleine Peyroux has become one of the most acclaimed jazz singers of her generation. Eight albums and 22 years since her debut with Dreamland, Peyroux continues to challenge the confines of jazz, venturing into the fertile fields of contemporary music with unfading curiosity.
Judy Collins has inspired audiences with sublime vocals and boldly vulnerable songwriting for over five decades, and her luminescent presence shines brightly as new generations bask in the glow of her iconic 50‐album body of work. Having garnered several top‐ten hits and gold and platinum selling albums, Collins' stunning rendition of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now" from her landmark 1967 album, Wildflowers, has been entered into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Prolific as ever, Ms. Collins released a collaborative and Grammy‐nominated album in June 2016, Silver Skies Blue.

Ball in the House

6/24/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

A cappella is in the house! This beloved R&B/Soul/Pop a cappella group debuts at Chautauqua to open our season with song. Ball in the House performs approximately 200 concerts each year and has opened for acts such as Jessica Simpson, Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, KC & The Sunshine Band, The Beach Boys, The Jonas Brothers, The Temptations, Gladys Knight and more! In addition to being in demand year‐round, this group is dedicated to young people and arts education. Ball in the House will break down their creative process and songs on the Family Entertainment Series in Smith Wilkes Hall the following day (Tuesday June 25, 5 & 7 p.m.). Let this high energy show sing your soul into summer.

The Cristina Pato Quartet: "LATINA"

6/25/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

Internationally acclaimed Galician bagpipe master, classical pianist and passionate educator, Cristina Pato enjoys an active professional career devoted to cultural exchange and to creating new paths for her unique instrument. Her varied musical skills have led to performances on major stages throughout the world, including regular tours in the U.S. and Europe. Ms. Pato serves as Learning Advisor for the Silkroad Ensemble, founded by Yo‐Yo Ma, and is an active touring artist and composer. Ms. Pato's unique and powerful style has been acclaimed by The New York Times as displaying "...a virtuosic burst of energy." Skirting the boundaries of jazz, classical and world music in her recent album, Latina, this performance is a musical journey beginning in Italy with a tarantella before touring through Spain and Latin America.

Stars of American Ballet

6/26/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

Founded and directed by New York City Ballet principal dancer Daniel Ulbricht, Stars of American Ballet features dancers from some of the country's top ballet companies such as American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet. This merging of stunning talent provides an opportunity for varied genres, styles and traditions all in one performance. The evening will include Balanchine's complete "Apollo" as well as works by choreographers Jerome Robbins and Justin Peck. An alumnus of the Chautauqua School of Dance, Mr. Ulbricht will also be featured as a visiting faculty member while at Chautauqua, and will present a pre‐concert talk at 7 p.m. in Smith‐Wilkes Hall before this performance. Join us for what the Boston Globe calls an "unapologetic showcase of virtuosity"!

Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: "Opening Night with Alexander Gavrylyuk"

6/27/2019 - 08:15pm

Venue: Amphitheater

Morning Lecture: Hugh Hewitt, host, "The Hugh Hewitt Show"

6/27/2019 - 10:45am

Venue: Amphitheater

Hugh Hewitt is the acclaimed host of "The Hugh Hewitt Show" on the Salem Radio Network, heard nationally every weekday morning; an NBC News and MSNBC political analyst; a professor of law at Chapman University Fowler School of Law; and a contributing columnist for The Washington Post.

¡Figaro! (90210)

6/28/2019 - 7/26/2019

Venue: Norton Hall

Youth Tickets: $10. Youth is up to age 25 and must be purchased with an adult ticket.

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Music by W.A. Mozart; Libretto by Vid Guerrerio, based on The Marriage of Figaro by Lorenzo da Ponte
Sung in English and Spanish

Eric Einhorn • Stage Director
Jorge Parodi • Music Director

Vid Guerrerio's contemporary multicultural adaptation of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro sets the action in modern-day Beverly Hills. Hollywood elite Paul and Roxanne Conti (Count Almaviva and Rosina) are now married with a daughter, and Figaro and his soon‐to‐be‐bride Susana are undocumented workers on their estate. Hailed by Opera News as "dynamic, thought‐provoking, respectful, and, yes, hilarious," Guerrerio's English and Spanish libretto infuses Mozart's masterpiece with humor, heart, and present‐day discussions of race, class, and American identity.