James Taylor, Mark Morris Dance Group, and A Prairie Home Companion highlight the 2008 Tanglewood preseason week.
Archives for November 2007
The Boston Symphony Orchestra has announced the 2008 Tanglewood season schedule, Maestro James Levine’s fourth as Music Director, and it’s a good bet that by the time Levine takes to the podium on July 5 to lead the B.S.O. in the Berlioz opera Les Troyens, 50,000?patrons will have already paraded through the Tanglewood
Review of back-to-back Arlo Guthrie concerts in Pittsfield and Springfield, MA.
Photos from Arlo Guthrie’s concert at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, MA.
Review of Nov. 17, 2008 BSO concert in Symphony Hall, James Sommerville horn soloist, in a concert of music by Haydn, Carter, and Mahler.
Review of Nov. 10, 2008 BSO concert, James Levine conducting, Christian Tetzlaff, violin, music of Berg and Mahler.
The Tanglewood 2008 season will introduce new opportunities, discounts and benefits for music lovers in the Berkshires and beyond. As part of an effort to provide broad public access to the Boston Symphony Orchestra to year-round Berkshire residents, Tanglewood is pleased to introduce a series of new initiatives for next summer, including a $75 full season lawn pass allowing visitors to attend up to 50 plus performances throughout the
(Washington, Mass.) Please come and join Arlo Guthrie and guest director-conductor, John Nardolillo, as they perform with the Springfield Symphony, Saturday, November 17, 2007 at 8 p.m. Go to springfieldsymphony.org for ticket purchase and more information.
Last year’s show sold out. The Republican reported that “Arlo Guthrie and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra took a sold-out house in Springfield Symphony Hall on a homespun
(Pittsfield, MA) Can you spell h-o-m-e-c-o-m-i-n-g? Barrington Stage Company (Julianne Boyd, Artistic Director) is proud to announce that The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee will return to the Berkshires to open BSC’s 14th season from June 11 through July 12, with a press opening on Sunday, June 15 at
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA- The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute announced today that Stone Hill Center, the first phase of its expansion and institutional enhancement program, will open June 22, 2008. Designed by architect Tadao Ando, with landscape architects Reed Hilderbrand, the new building is located on a wooded hillside a short walk from the Clark’s two existing buildings.
The new building has been sited and designed to take advantage of the