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Chautauqua Institute:
Weekly Digest 📰 Big Opera, Entertainment and Lecture Announcements

Chautauqua Institution :: Your Weekly Digest
With April just around the corner, we're not foolin' around with program announcements, as you’ll read below. We’re particularly pleased and excited this week to share 2021 plans for the Chautauqua Opera Company, which has designed a special season to accommodate all we expect to encounter this summer. The 2021 calendar is starting to fill up, as are on-grounds accommodations for this Summer Assembly — make sure to secure yours today! 
Opera Celebrates Versatility, Creativity in 2021 Season Program
Chautauqua Opera Company today unveiled program plans for the 2021 season, including two mainstage productions at the open-air Performance Pavilion on Pratt Avenue, and an enhanced commitment to new works through the celebrated Composer-in-Residence program and a new Composer Fellows program. 

The mainstage performances highlight the versatility of Chautauqua Opera Company through new productions of Derrick Wang’s Scalia/Ginsburg and (Working Title): A Company Developed Piece. The 2021 repertoire responds to the issues of the day and the challenges of performing live in what everyone hopes will be the final months of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“Planning for the 2021 season has focused on how we can assure the safety of our company and audience. There have been many difficult decisions to make and, unfortunately, reductions in the number of artists and production personnel we can engage. Nonetheless, I am pleased that we will still give seven mainstage performances (compared to nine in 2019), and we are looking to 2022 for the return of our full company,” said Steven Osgood, general and artistic director of Chautauqua Opera Company.  
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2021 Performing Arts Announcements
8:15 p.m. EDT (unless otherwise noted) • Amphitheater
Week Two
Independence Day Celebration with the Music School Festival Orchestra and School of Voice
A unique take on our traditional Fourth of July concert, featuring the return of conductor William Eddins
July 3
  
Week Four
Chanticleer
Chanticleer has been hailed as “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker, and is known around the world as “an orchestra of voices” for its wide-ranging repertoire and dazzling virtuosity.  
July 21 
  
Week Five
Apollo’s Fire: Love in Venice
A program of Venetian treats includes fiery concertos by Vivaldi, as well as gorgeous songs by Monteverdi 
July 27
  
2021 Preacher Announcement
10:45 a.m. EDT Sundays & 9 a.m. EDT Mondays–Fridays • Amphitheater
Week Four
The Rev. Robert W. Henderson
Senior Minister, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, North Carolina
July 18–23
  
2021 Chautauqua Lecture Series Announcement
10:30 a.m. EDT Mondays–Thursdays • Amphitheater
Week Six: "Building a Culture of Empathy"
Frans de Waal
Author, The Age of Empathy: Nature’s Lessons for a Kinder Society 
August 3
  
Week Nine: "Resilience"
Keisha N. Blain 
Editor, Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019 ; Associate Professor of History, University of Pittsburgh  
August 25
  
New York State to Relax Quarantine Rules for Travelers
Last week Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that domestic travelers will no longer be required to quarantine after entering New York from another U.S. state or U.S. territory beginning April 1. While no longer required, the state Department of Health still recommends quarantine after domestic travel as an added precaution. Mandatory quarantine remains in effect for international travelers. More details here.
Gate passes, parking and docks are on sale now!
Visit chqtickets.com or call 716-357-6250 to place your order. We recommend that pass holders make their purchase soon, to ensure eligibility for single ticket pre-sale of popular entertainment events (pre-sale dates to be announced).
On CHQ Assembly
Visit chq.org/assembly for a full listing of upcoming programs
LIVE
A Special Presentation of the Chautauqua Lecture Series
Victoria Labalme: "Risk Forward: Embrace the Unknown and Unlock Your Hidden Genius"
7 p.m. EDT • Monday, March 29
  
ON DEMAND
Chautauqua Lecture Series 2019
Sarah Lewis: "Vision & Justice"
This remarkable Amphitheater lecture is newly available on demand
  
CHQ Assembly is made possible in part by support from Erie Insurance Group, Wendy and Edward Cohen, Barbara and Peter Georgescu, Edward and Betsy Merchant, Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Richards, III & Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Smucker.
In the Community
Highlighting the Institution's work to benefit the greater Chautauqua region
  • Turner Winter Series Features President Hill: Chautauqua President Michael E. Hill joined moderator Greg Peterson at the Robert H. Jackson Center last week to tape an interview for the community's Turner Winter Series, which normally takes place at our Turner Community Center. The new episode is a deep and raw reflection on the past year in this institution's life — both a tick-tock of the no-playbook pandemic decision-making process, and an expression of gratitude to the resilient staff and community that continues to make it all happen.
  • Dance Theatre of Harlem Online Performance and Conversation: As part of its multiweek Chautauqua residency this spring, Dance Theatre of Harlem will present an informal performance to give students an inside look at the art of classical ballet at 1 p.m. EDT Tuesday, April 27. Open to students of all ages, this event will include a live Q-and-A session. Click here to register. 
  • “Finding North” Play and Teacher Guide: Now available for streaming on CHQ Assembly, “Finding North” is a one-man play drawn from historical research and oral histories that brings to the stage powerful stories of the yearning, sacrifices and dreams of the African-American Underground Railroad hero John P. Parker, as well as contemporary American immigrants. Click here to access the video, and click here to access the Teacher’s Guide. 
Trustee Gayle Featured in Washington Post Pandemic Article

In an optimistic new piece at The Washington Post headlined "Fauci and others look ahead to the holidays: Put another leaf in the table," newly elected Chautauqua Institution Trustee Helene D. Gayle says that thanks to vaccines, her family is likely to resume its annual tradition of gathering at Chautauqua this summer: 
“By summer, all four of my siblings and their children — all adults — will have been vaccinated, but some of their children may not be because the vaccine may still not be approved for younger children,” Gayle says. “So instead of having large houses with multiple families together, we may rent smaller homes with families with younger children in their own homes.”



Until then, people should regard immunization as more of an extra insurance policy than a “get-out-of-jail-free” card, Gayle says.

“There are things I do now with more confidence and less worry,” she says. “This is more like a dimmer that will be turned up over time, rather than an on-and-off switch. As more people are vaccinated, I will feel more comfortable doing more things that include social interaction.”

Five generations of Gayle’s family, beginning with her grandmother taking her mother and uncle as children, have frequently visited Chautauqua; the younger generations now make it an annual trip. Gayle has been a Chautauqua Lecture Series speaker several times, and has been intimately involved in launching the African American Heritage House.
What's Happening on the Grounds
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W. PETE MAIRS

W. PETE MAIRS
Walter D. “Pete” Mairs, 81, died peacefully on July 23, 2021. Born in Avon, N.Y., on Sept. 3, 1939, Pete was a longtime resident of Geneva, N.Y., and these past many years in Buffalo, N.Y., as well as his beloved Silver Lake. Pete is survived by his wife, Linda Bergstrom Mairs, a loving and true companion; children, Mimi C. Mairs, Jonathan B. Mairs; sisters, June Huff, Helen Dole; brother, Thomas Mairs; stepchildren, Daniel Brinkworth, Jennie Ramsey; sister-in-law, Anne Bergstrom, eight beautiful grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. A service and celebration of life is planned for the fall when all can share the joy of Pete’s life together. Arrangements by Stephenson – Dougherty Funeral Home, Avon, N.Y.

Editor's Note: It was a privilege knowing and working with Pete Mairs during his presidency of the Silver Lake Institute. He was a kind and gentle man, but also firm in his leadership. I served as Treasurer and Chaplain of SLI during those years and I could always depend on Pete's presence in the worship service. He was a man of faith and a gem of a human being. May he rest in God's care.

GERALD C. SAHRLE

GERALD C. SAHRLE
Gerald C. Sahrle, 80, of Perry, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester. He was born on Oct. 10, 1941, in Wayland, N.Y., to the late Charles A. and Helen I. (Blowers) Sahrle. Gerry was a line foreman for 32 1/2 years for NYSE&G, working out of the Perry and Hamburg locations, and was a Town of Perry Councilman. He was a member of the Free and Accepted Masons of the Constellation Lodge -404 in Perry. He was an avid fisherman, hunter and woodworker. He is survived by his wife, Valary A. (Conley) Sahrle; 1 son, Gerald (Pamela) Sahrle II of Silver Springs; 2 sisters, Millie Edmond of Greece, Bonnie Fink of Winston-Salem, N.C., 3 brothers, Ronald (Linda) Sahrle of Dansville, Robert (Susan) Sahrle of Springwater, Kenneth Sahrle of Dansville; 5 grandchildren, Bradley Musscarella, Stone and Winston Sahrle, Conley and Cooper Gayton; along with many nieces, nephews and friends. Along with his parents, he is preceded in death by a brother, Thomas Sahrle, who passed away in 2012. Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Gerry will be laid to rest in West Perry Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Perry Center Fire Department, P.O. Box 204, Perry, NY 14530. For more information, please call (585) 237-2626 or to leave a message of condolence, visit www.eatonwatsonfuneralhome.com. Arrangements completed by Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 North Main Street, Perry, NY 14530.

Editor's Note: Gerald and Valarie could always be seen in the family pew with Pamela, Stone and Winston at Perry First United Methodist Church and continue to be loved. Gerry will be sorely missed. Both were supporters of the Arts at the Silver Lake Institute and Valarie was active in painting and participating in the Annual Show in August. Valarie's presence was always valued and appreciated.

KATHARINE E. PRACZKAJLO ("Kathy P.")

KATHARINE E. PRACZKAJLO ("Kathy P.")
"Kathy P." passed November 8, 2021, of Hamburg and Boston, NY. Beloved daughter of Joseph and Barbara Michalak; loving sister of Daniel Michalak; devoted wife of the late Jeffrey Praczkajlo; cherished mother of Jennifer (Shawn) Jump; loving babcia of Lily Jump; also survived by many beloved family members and friends who became her family. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Editor's Note: "Kathy P." as she was better known to us at Silver Lake was an annual summer visitor for most of the last number of years at the invitation of Silver Laker Julia Hoffner. She stayed at the Hoffner Cottage, and became known as both the fun visitor with the vivacious smile to the neighbors at the intersection of Haven Ave. and the Ames Walkway. Kathy P. and Julie could be seen walking and talking between the cottage and the Hoffner boathouse where they could be close to the water. She was also occasionally seen at the Saturday morning breakfasts at Stoody Hall. Her stay was anywhere between 4 days and a week where she had the opportunity to develop a love for Silver Lake. She was not yet eligible for retirement when late last week she developed "a cold" and had to remain home from her job. She did not update her condition over the weekend so the local police made a wellness visit and found her deceased on Monday. She was one of those many people who found Silver Lake and friendship for brief respites where she also found new strength and energy to return to work. She is being particularly mourned by those in the Haven/Ames neighborhood. She will be memorialized next summer at the annual Celebration of Life Memorial Service at Epworth Hall.

BRENDA J. PADDOCK

BRENDA J. PADDOCK
Brenda Joan Paddock, 82, of Perry, born April 15, 1939, now resides in heaven with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Brenda met Jesus as her Savior in 1965. She met him in person on Nov. 14, 2021. She had a beautiful homecoming with music, singing and praying, leading her into Glory. Her last words were “I am well, I am well.”

Brenda’s greatest loves were her family and friends. Brenda had five children with her husband Roger: Don and Daelene Paddock of Florida, Jody and Tim Von Sanden of Pavilion, Bradley and Jeanie Paddock of Warsaw, Jennifer and Paul Guy of Massachusetts, and Nathan and Jill Paddock of Perry.

Brenda dearly loved her grandchildren: Jessica Morillo, Nikki and Clint O’Brien, Luke Paddock, Paul Paddock, Ian and Brooklyn Paddock, Joe and Louana Paddock, Burke and Megan Paddock, Aaron Paddock, Ellen Paddock, Andrew Paddock, Rachael Paddock, Abigail Paddock, Erik and Cassandra Von Sanden, Jacquelyn and Michael Jones, Tim Von Sanden, Brandon and Brandee Paddock, Jamey and Laura Paddock, Peter and Kara Guy, Candy and Jay Waitkevich, Marlo and Ryan Bolger and Jenna and Rory Peterson.

Brenda was blessed and loved her great grandchildren: Chloe, Olivia and Nicholas Von Sanden, Joshua and Jaxon Morillo, Jameson and Cassandra O’Brien, Atlas Paddock, Noah and Ezra Jones, Colton, Brantley and Charlotte Guy, Cameron Waitkevich, Amelia Bolger and Brennen Leonard.

Brenda is also survived by her brother and sister in laws; Frank and Emma Paddock, Viva and Jim Phillips-Richardson and Kurt and Lynn Paddock.

Brenda first started working as a secretary at Perry Central School. She then assisted her husband building Paddock’s Breeding Service. Roger and Brenda together built and ran the Sandsabarn teenage nightclub. Brenda was owner and operator of Serendipity Travel. Brenda’s pleasures included playing organ and piano. She played at a number of area churches along with performing for her loved ones. UPDATED -- Brenda also played with conviction at both indoor and outdoor services at the Silver Lake Institute where her grandson, Luke, sang at Epworth Hall on several occasions and was appreciated by all who heard his inspiring voice.

Brenda was preceded in death by her parents Noble and Freda Buckland, her husband Roger and son Bradley.

A Committal service at West Perry Cemetery will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, November 17 at 11 a.m., followed by a Celebration of Life at LaGrange Baptist Church at 4 p.m.

Memorial donations may be made in Brenda’s honor to the LaGrange Baptist Church 7092 LaGrange Rd. Perry, NY 14530 or to the First Congregational Church P.O. Box 156 Perry, NY 14530. Arrangements completed by Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 N. Main St., Perry, N.Y. 14530. For more information or to sign the online guest registry please visit www.eatonwatsonfuneralhome.com.

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