Tanglewood Learning Institute programs
- Tanglewood announces extra-summer programs Article updated October 15, 2019 by Dave Read The Boston Symphony Orchestra announces Tanglewood’s first-ever fall/winter/spring schedule of performances and activities to take place October 2019 through June 2020. Under the auspices of the Tanglewood Learning Institute, the new programming provides a wide spectrum of performances, programs, activities, and events designed to engage curious minds and ...
Fall of 2019 in the Berkshires will be a thing of beauty, so long as you keep your eyes on decaying leaves dressing up deciduous trees; otherwise it’ll be the same old disappointments – crimes, actually, as GE’s PCBs keep the once-stunning Housatonic River a poisoned stream while GE’s interest-keepers, 1Berkshire, maintain their consolidation of power over the ill-named local culture industry, as their brazen looting of the Berkshire Museum stands. (more on that here)
Some aren’t able to see the 1Berkshire conversion of scores of millions of dollars worth of art into the cash that underwrites their ongoing treachery so here is an analogy. Suppose the powers that be wanted to copy the caper at Tanglewood: the musicians of the B.S.O. would be sold to the highest bidder with proceeds used to buy CDs, to hire DJs, and to design a Robert J. Lurtsema robot.
Tanglewood 2019 season concert reviews
- Trombone Shorty, Ben Harpur double bill stuns Tanglewood throng Article updated September 6, 2019 by Dave Read Bob Dylan’s song from the Basement Tapes, Too Much of Nothing, comes to mind while reflecting on my last visit to the Koussevitsky Music Shed at Tanglewood during the 2019 season, ironically, because both headliners that day delivered an evening’s worth of entertainment, and I could’ve gone home ...
- Mavericks thrill scant Tanglewood audience Article updated September 4, 2019 by Dave Read Now this was more like it – an unannounced young hard-working musician added to the bill for a concert by a band called Squeeze in the Koussevitsky Music Shed at Tanglewood, a bill that already boasted the Mavericks, with chastened former maverick Raul Malo included in tonight’s nonet ...
- Giancarlo Guerrero conducts climactic Beethoven’s Ninth at Tanglewood Article updated August 27, 2019 by Dave Read To close the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s 2019 season at Tanglewood in the Berkshires, guest conductor Giancarlo Guerrero conducted the annual climactic Beethoven’s Ninth. The program opened with Arnold Schoenberg’s brief choral work Friede auf Erden, which translates to “Peace on Earth.” It has roots as a Swiss Yuletide ...
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