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With a shortened season, this upcoming weekend marks the end of the summer for the BSO at Tanglewood.
Columnist Jeremy Yudkin writes about Austrian composer Franz Joseph Haydn, who led a respectable, relatively quiet life, simply turning out one masterpiece after another.
This weekend's programming at Tanglewood gives us an opportunity to hear an interesting mixture of three well-known masterpieces together with two unfamiliar works by known composers. One of these unfamiliar works is by Mozart! (And here you thought you knew all of Mozart’s works ...)
It is with great relief and excitement that music lovers can welcome back the premier artistic institution of our area this weekend with the first orchestral concerts of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood. As a result of the necessary cancellation of the entire season last year, Tanglewood was completely closed for performances during the summer for the first time in 77 years. (The last time was during the Second World War.)