Article updated July 16, 2019 by Dave Read
Following a busy weekend at Tanglewood in the Berkshires, where Maestro Andris Nelsons conducted three programs comprised of a dizzying array of music composed by Copland, Grieg, Verdi, Beethoven, and HK Gruber, who was present to enjoy the audience’s enthusiastic response to his Aerial, Concerto for trumpet and orchestra, sharing the limelight with trumpeter Håkan Hardenberger, whose vertuosity and flair was thrilling, we captured a few snapshots of Lenox, as dusk approached.
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2019 Tanglewood schedule
The Boston Symphony Orchestra has released the schedule for the 2019 season at Tanglewood, which will be remembered for the opening of the Tanglewood Learning Institute, the four buildings overlooking Seiji Ozawa Hall on the Leonard Bernstein camopus.
Music director Andris Nelsons will be present for the month of July, conducting 13 programs, including the world premiere of a new work by Kevin Puts, The Brightness of Light, based on letters of Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz on July 20, and a concert performance of Wagner’s complete Die Walküre on july 27 and 28.