Article updated July 17, 2019 by Dave Read
Classical guitarist Milos drew a large and appreciative audience to Ozawa Hall on July 16, the third program to feature guitar we’ve enjoyed this season at Tanglewood in the Berkshires, following concerts by Richard Thompson, also in Ozawa Hall and by Rodrigo y Gabriela in the Koussevitsky Music Shed. A full appreciation of the marvelous possibility the guitar affords an artist was apparent in each of those three programs; the opportunity to attend all three almost constitutes an embarassment of riches! (Alas, that’s life in these bucolic hills.)
Twenty years on the Tanglewood beat, we are delighted by the new buildings uphill from Ozawa Hall, blending into the old familiar vista – so soon ago itself an architectural and acoustic revelation.
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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.