Music from Chautauqua
Join the acclaimed orchestral musicians from around the country who gather each summer to make music in the beautiful lakeside village of Chautauqua, New York. It's a tradition that has continued for more than a century, now under the guidance of Music Director Uriel Segal and a host of other luminaries. Special recordings exclusively for radio make "Music from Chautauqua" a treat for the senses. Produced by WNED-FM/Buffalo.
About Host Ed. Simone
Simone returned to Buffalo and WNED-FM in the fall of 1999 after three years in Texas. There, in addition to production and announcing work at San Antonio's KPAC, he taught university theater, ate far too much barbecue and discovered that he really missed four honest seasons and good pizza. Read full bio.
Little-known facts about Ed.
Ed. (yes, it's really spelled that way: e-d-dot) Simone holds a Ph.D. in fine arts, and he enjoys museums, Native American history, cooking, classical music (of course!), really old jazz,and a good Pinot Noir. He also loves life with Leigh, his wife of many years, and their German Shepherd, Tessa.
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