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Friday, June 30, 2017

Ribbon Cutting & Performance Celebrate Chautauqua Institution's New Amphitheatre July 2nd

Chautauqua Institution :: Celebrating Our New Amphitheater

Join Us for a Ribbon-Cutting and Performance Celebrating Chautauqua's New Amphitheater
Our previous email listed an incorrect date. We hope you can join us on July 2.

The public is invited to visit Chautauqua Institution at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 2,  for a ceremony and performance marking the opening of the new Amphitheater. The brief ribbon-cutting ceremony will be followed by a special arts matinée performance by the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and several other resident arts companies, featuring works of Beethoven, Stravinsky and Monteverdi.

“Now is the time to celebrate the incredible achievement this Amphitheater represents,” said Chautauqua Institution President Michael E. Hill. “This celebration is one focused on our community: the artists, preachers and teacher/speakers who enrich a Chautauqua season, and our immediate county and region that Chautauqua calls home.”

Hill said the project was a success because of a series of partnerships, starting with the donors whose contributions totaled $41.5 million, covering the entire cost of the project. Fancher Chair in Falconer manufactured some 4,000 linear feet of temporary benches as an interim solution to a delay in the permanent bench manufacturing.

“Every time the project hit a snag, a partnership emerged to help us stay on track,” Hill said. “In particular, we are very proud of the project’s construction manager, LPCiminelli, whose team worked miracles every day to bring this project in on time and with such tremendous craftsmanship.”

“The makeup of our firm has always been about tackling complex work and projects that others might be apprehensive to undertake,” said Frank L. Ciminelli II, President of LPCiminelli. “The strength and expertise of our people is what has always allowed us to shine in these tough situations and work through factors like challenging sites and demanding project schedules. Chautauqua Institution put their trust in us and viewed us as a partner. We valued that partnership and made it a priority to deliver on our promise of a successful, quality project.”

“We look forward to celebrating this incredible new resource, which will be an asset to all of us, on and off season,” Hill said.

The public is also invited to attend the Sunday morning worship service at 10:45 a.m. at the Amphitheater.  The chaplain of the week is The Rev. Dr. J. Peter Holmes, who has served on the ministry team of Yorkminster Park Baptist Church in the heart of Toronto since 1995 and as the Minister of the Congregation since 2001.

For a full list of the day’s activities, visit

Admission to the institution is free on Sundays. Parking after 2 p.m. is $9.

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