Tanglewood's 2010 season highlights
July 9: The eight-week BSO season opens with James Levine conducting Mahler's "Resurrection" Symphony.
July 18: At the Shed, Arlo Guthrie and the Boston Pops under Keith Lockhart. At Ozawa Hall, Audra McDonald's recital "The New American Songbook."
June 26: Garrison Keillor and the "Prairie Home Companion" radio show.
July 16: Levine conducts a pairing of Mozart's Requiem and Stravinsky's "Symphony of Psalms."
July 23: The BSO and guest singers perform Mozart's comic opera "The Abduction from the Seraglio" in concert form under Levine.
July 24: Seiji Ozawa returns to the BSO podium in a Brahms program.
Aug. 1-3: TMC students perform a staging of Richard Strauss' opera "Ariadne auf Naxos." Levine conducts the first and last performances; a student leads the middle one.
Aug. 8: Yo-Yo Ma presents a program of Asian music with his Silk Road Project.
Aug. 15: A twin bill of recent operas, John Harbison's "A Full Moon in March" and Oliver Knussen's "Where the Wild Things Are," is given in concert form by TMC students.
Aug. 29: The BSO season closes with Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, conducted by Kurt Masur.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Feb. 14. Prices, except for special events, range from $9 to $115. Brochures with complete programs and ticket ordering information will be available in mid-February by calling (617) 638-9467. Information: www.tanglewood.org.
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