Bridge Behind Amphitheater

During the Chautauqua season, lectures are given each day from the stage of the Amphitheater.  In addition, the Chautauqua Symphony plays concerts several times a week.  The back of the Amphitheater was remodeled in 1909 to accomodate the Massey Organ.  The hall seats approximately 5000.  The Athenaeum Hotel can be seen across the bridge and the Aldine is toward the lake.

Copyright: David Mariotti
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Taken: 18/12/2010
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更新: 28/08/2014


Tags: chautauqua; amphitheater; athenaeum hotel
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