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On Friday and Saturday, Tanglewood will hold celebrations for two maestros of modern show business: Stephen Sondheim and John Williams, both A…
The former BSO executive orchestrated the appointment, which was negotiated in secret and came as a total surprise after a Boston newspaper revealed that Williams was the favored successor to Arthur Fiedler.
Returning after a three-year hiatus caused by the pandemic, the Tanglewood on Parade showcase featured a most welcome appearance by John Williams.
James Taylor returns to Tanglewood on July 3 and 4 after a two-year hiatus. He sits down with The Eagle ahead of his weekend of concerts to talk about the pandemic, if he still gets nervous on stage and why he loves playing at Tanglewood.
For the first time since 2019, there will be a full Tanglewood season this summer, and it’s a varied and exciting program. This cornucopia encompasses films, masterclasses, a full-length opera, chamber music, vocal recitals, workshops, conversations with artists, wind ensembles, high school orchestra concerts, young professional orchestra concerts, and of course, three concerts each weekend with one of the great orchestras of the world: the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Revisions to the Tanglewood Popular Artists series schedule, announced by the BSO on Thursday, including more tickets to the sold out James Taylor concerts and an appearance by John Williams during Tanglewood on Parade.
The Boston Symphony’s summer home returns to the “old normal” this summer after a 2020 pandemic wipeout and a condensed six-week 2021 season.
Highlighting the return of live classical music to the Berkshires in 2021, Tanglewood reopened with a jolt of energy that seemed it could be felt all the way back in Boston.
Spirits always have roamed freely in the Berkshires.
Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart suggests major cultural institutions like the BSO, Inc., need forward thinking to create more varied concert-going experiences for increasingly diverse audiences.