boston s ym p h o n y orchestra summer 2010 james levine music director Experience unforgettable starlit evenings and relaxing afternoons featuring the spectacular music of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Anniversaries Abound The performance features two outstanding James Levine’s exploration of the This summer, America’s preeminent American singers, soprano Layla Claire Mahler symphonies continues with music festival features an especially rich in her BSO debut and acclaimed mezzo- a TMC Orchestra performance of slate of artists to celebrate four notable soprano Stephanie Blythe. The TFC joins the composer’s Third Symphony, anniversaries. The 70th anniversary of the the BSO and Maestro Levine for a pairing of featuring the Tanglewood debut Tanglewood Music Center (TMC) is honored two great choral masterpieces, Stravinsky’s of Scottish mezzo-soprano Karen with performances throughout the season Symphony of Psalms and Mozart’s beloved Cargill, the Women of the TFC, and by distinguished former TMC Fellows. The Requiem (7/16). Featured soloists in the the American Boychoir (7/17). He also Tanglewood Festival Chorus (TFC), under the Mozart include soprano Soile Isokoski, leads the BSO in Mahler’s Symphony direction of founder/conductor John Oliver, mezzo-soprano Kristine Jepson, tenor No. 4, on a program with Strauss’s celebrates its 40th anniversary. The one Russell Thomas, and bass Jordan Bisch. luminous Four Last Songs (7/31). and only Boston Pops, “America’s Orchestra,” Levine also leads the BSO in a concert per- celebrates a landmark 125 years. And formance of Mozart’s delightful comic opera Nicole Cabell 8/29 The Abduction from the Seraglio (7/23). The Seiji Ozawa Returns conductor/composer John Williams marks his 30th summer at Tanglewood. cast includes five brilliant young American BSO Music Director Laureate Seiji singers on the rise, among them soprano Ozawa makes a welcome return Lisette Oropesa, tenor Eric Cutler, and bass with two programs, including an all- The BSO and James Levine Morris Robinson. A lighthearted selection of Brahms concert (7/24) featuring Peter marches, waltzes, and polkas from the great Serkin in the Piano Concerto No. 1. The Boston Symphony Orchestra and Viennese tradition of the Strauss family is Music Director James Le vine open the preceded by Richard Strauss’s Don Quixote 2010 Tanglewood season with Mahler’s with cellist Lynn Harrell and BSO principal Symphony No. 2, Resurrection (7/9). violist Steven Ansell (7/25). Joshua Bell 8/21 James Levine The tradition of the Tanglewood lawn endures as friends and families enjoy the sound of classical music at its most relaxed and affordable. Yo-Yo Ma 8/1 World Class Guest Artists Beethoven Violin Concerto with soloist BSO assistant conductor, Shi-Yeon Sung The dynamic music-making at Tanglewood Arabella Steinbacher and Dvořák's conducts a program featuring one of the draws some of the most distinguished Symphony No. 8 (8/8). David Zinman most popular and dynamic performers of conductors in the world, several of whom leads Poulenc’s rousing Gloria and Holst’s the younger generation, violinist Hilary offer intensive weekend experiences. The Planets with the TFC (8/27). His August Hahn, in the Sibelius Violin Concerto (8/7). One of the BSO’s regular guest conduc- 28 concert features Dvořák’s New World tors, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, leads the Symphony and pianist Emanuel Ax in Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 2. Kurt Masur Dazzling Debuts orchestra in a weekend of great master- works from the German Classical and leads the BSO’s season-ending perfor- The young Finnish conductor Susanna Romantic traditions, beginning with an mance of Beethoven’s Ninth, with the Mälkki makes her Tanglewood debut all-Beethoven concert (7/10) featuring TFC, soprano Nicole Cabell, mezzo-soprano with a Mendelssohn/Beethoven pro- Hilary Hahn 8/7 the composer’s iconic Symphony No. 5 Marietta Simpson, tenor Marcus Haddock, gram featuring violinist Joshua Bell in and a rare American appearance by the and bass-baritone John Relyea (8/29). Beethoven’s Romance No. 2 in F for violin distinguished German pianist Gerhard and orchestra and a rare performance Oppitz in the Third Piano Concerto. of Mendelssohn’s Double Concerto in Assistant Conductors Shine D minor for violin, piano, and strings, with Pinchas Zukerman joins Mr. Frühbeck de Burgos and the BSO for Mozart’s Violin Robert Spano, music director of the pianist Jeremy Denk (8/21). Costa Rican Concerto No. 5, on a program with Strauss’s Atlanta Symphony, and former BSO conductor Giancarlo Guerrero makes epic Ein Heldenleben (7/11). Charles Dutoit’s assistant conductor, makes a welcome his BSO debut in a program anchored two wide-ranging programs include the return with a jazz-inflected program by music for the violin, with Gil Shaham BSO debut of one of the emerging stars including Gershwin’s An American in and Adele Anthony (8/22). The program of the keyboard world, Russian pianist Kirill Paris and his Piano Concerto, performed includes J.S. Bach’s Concerto in D minor Gerstein, in Tchaikovsky’s virtuosic Piano by French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet for two violins and strings, and award- Concerto No. 1 (7/30), and Yo-Yo Ma in (8/15). Celebrated American soprano winning American composer Jennifer the Elgar Cello Concerto (8/1). Christoph Dawn Upshaw joins another former Hidgon’s blue cathedral. von Dohnányi’s two programs feature BSO assistant conductor, Ludovic Morlot, Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 14 with and the orchestra in works by Osvaldo pianist Richard Goode and Tchaikovsky's Golijov and Joseph Canteloube (8/20). Pathétique Symphony (8/6), and the In her final scheduled appearance as Jean-Yves Thibaudet 8/15 The intimate setting and extraordinary acoustics of Seiji Ozawa Hall create the perfect environment for the world's greatest artists. Seji Ozawa 7/24, 7/25 The Tanglewood Music Center hear J.S. Bach’s complete suites for solo Festival of Contemporary Music The TMC Orchestra begins the Center's cello in a special extended concert (7/22). This year’s annual festival celebrates 70th-anniversary celebration with a Argentine-born mezzo-soprano Bernarda the great composers whose leadership Spanish and French program led by Fink makes an uncommon American in the TMC’s composition program have Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos (7/5) and appearance in her Tanglewood recital informed and inspired the latest genera- TMC Conducting Fellows. James Levine debut with pianist Anthony Spiri (8/5). tion of creators and performers (8/12- conducts an intimate chamber orchestra German baritone Matthias Goerne, with 8/16). Directed by former and current concert featuring an American premiere his frequent collaborator, pianist Andreas chairs of the program Gunther Schuller, by Elliott Carter (7/12). August 1 and 4, Haefliger, lends great authenticity and Oliver Knussen, and John Harbison, the Mr. Levine conducts the TMC Fellows insight into Lieder of Brahms and festival features works by composers that in two fully-staged performances of Schumann (7/29). span FCM history. Stefan Asbury leads the Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos. Former TMC annual Fromm Concert at Tanglewood, Fellow Seiji Ozawa makes a welcome this year featuring concert performances Audra McDonald 7/18 Beowulf: The Epic in Performance return to conduct the second suite from of two one-act operas, Harbison’s A Full Ravel’s Daphnis and Chloé (7/25). On July 21, Tanglewood offers a rare Moon in March and Knussen’s Where the opportunity to experience the unique Wild Things Are (8/15). artistry of medievalist Benjamin Bagby, Intimate Recitals who performs as harpist and vocalist in Audra McDonald brings her special show, his vivid Beowulf: The Epic in Performance. Mark Morris Dance Group A New American Songbook, to the inti- One of the world’s foremost dance com- mate environs of Ozawa Hall, offering Silk Road Ensemble panies, the Mark Morris Dance Group an eclectic mix of standard favorites and returns to Tanglewood to collaborate songs written expressly for her by some The celebrated Silk Road Ensemble and on a program of dance with live music of today’s finest music theater composers the incomparable Yo-Yo Ma offer an played by the TMC Fellows (6/27, 6/28). (7/18). Pianist Garrick Ohlsson, the first extraordinary presentation marking their The planned program features a new American ever to win the top prize in the 10th anniversary. Featuring virtuoso musi- work choreographed to Beethoven Chopin International Piano Competition, cians from around the globe, the program arrangements of traditional folk songs offers two all-Chopin programs marking combines Western and non-Western as well as Morris’s rousing Grand Duo, the 200th anniversary of the composer’s instruments and musical styles to create set to music by Lou Harrison. birth (8/24, 8/26). Renowned cellist Pieter an experience that defies classification Wispelwey offers a rare opportunity to and transcends cultural boundaries (8/8). Garrick Ohlsson 8/24, 8/26 Tanglewood offers the full spectrum of music with highly anticipated concerts that reflect the multiplicity of today’s culture. Keith Lockhart 7/2, 7/18, 8/3 Boston Pops 125th Anniversary Caminos del Inka: A Musical Journey A Prairie Home Companion The Boston Pops celebrates its landmark Miguel Harth-Bedoya leads a special Garrison Keillor and a colorful cast of 125th anniversary this summer with a pre- musical journey through the ancient friends from the shores of Lake Wobegon season tribute to the legacies of Arthur Inca empire with videography by sail in to Tanglewood for a live broadcast Fiedler, John Williams, and Keith Lockhart, renowned Peruvian photographer of A Prairie Home Companion. Since 1998, led by Mr. Lockhart (7/2). A performance Gabriela Fit. Breathtaking images of the popular radio show’s season finale at on July 18 features folk music legend Arlo Machu Picchu, floating island villages, Tanglewood has become a favorite annual Guthrie. In his 30th summer at Tangle- and the expanses of the Peruvian plains event (6/26). wood, John Williams joins the Pops for the unfold to stirring music, from the time James Taylor & Carole King 7/3, 7/4 always popular Film Night at Tanglewood of the Conquistadores to the new voices (8/14), a memorable evening recreating of 21st-century Latin America (8/13). Tanglewood Jazz Festival some of the great musical moments in The Labor Day weekend Tanglewood Jazz Hollywood history, and this year celebrat- Festival fills Seiji Ozawa Hall with some ing the work of director Steven Spielberg. Tanglewood on Parade of the hottest names in jazz, including A beloved tradition, Tanglewood on the Laurence Hobgood Trio, the Kurt Elling Parade, salutes one of the most well- Quartet, and a special live broadcast of James Taylor and Carole King known figures of the Tanglewood Radio Deluxe with John Pizzarelli and On July 3 and 4, two of America’s community, John Williams, on the occa- Jessica Molaskey (9/4). Performers sched- most beloved singer/songwriters, sion of his 30th Tanglewood summer. uled for September 5 include clarinetist James Taylor and Carole King, The evening’s program includes some Eddie Daniels, keyboardist Bob James, the return to Tanglewood as part of of Mr. Williams’s most popular concert Julian Lage Group, the Donal Fox Quartet, their 2010 Troubadour Reunion Tour and film scores, as well as the traditional and The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra. with their original band, "The Section." finale, Tchaikovky’s 1812 Overture. Mr. The Fourth of July concert finale Williams shares the podium with James features a dazzling fireworks display. Levine and Keith Lockhart (8/3). The all-day celebration also features enter- tainment for the whole family, including John Williams 8/3, 8/14 the return of star-gazing opportunities. 2010 The TMC is the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer academy for young professionals pursuing advanced musical study. Unless otherwise noted, all TMC events take place in the Florence Gould Auditorium of Seiji Ozawa Hall. Please note the 8pm start time for all evening Ozawa Hall concerts. Former TMC Fellows appearing this summer in celebration of the Tanglewood Music Center’s main festival schedule july 5 monday tanglewood music center schedule 2 :30pm, ozawa hall Opening Exercises (Admission is free.) season sponsor 70th Anniversary are identified in the program listings with the symbol˚. See TMC Orchestra prices 8pm, ozawa hall The Phyllis and Lee Coffey Memorial Concert Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, conductor tanglewood music center Tanglewood Music Center Conducting main festival schedule (tmc) schedule Fellows FALLA Suite from El amor brujo ALBÉNIZ (orch. FRÜHBECK DE BURGOS) june 26 saturday See A Prairie Home Companion prices Selections from Suite española, Iberia 5: 45pm, shed RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Capriccio espagnol A Prairie Home Companion at Tanglewood DEBUSSY La Mer with Garrison Keillor Live broadcast sponsored by General Mills and Ford Motor Company Garrison Keillor june 27 sunday & june 28 monday See Mark Morris prices july 6 tuesday 8pm, ozawa hall 8pm, ozawa hall 11am & 3pm, theatre (Sunday & Monday) Emerson String Quartet Mark Morris Dance Group Tanglewood Music Center Instrumental Tanglewood Music Center Fellows David Shifrin, clarinet Fellows J.S. BACH (arr. MOZART) Fugues from The Well-Tempered Mark Morris, choreographer String Quartet Marathon Elizabeth Kurtzman, Susan Ruddie, Clavier, K.405 Fourteen string quartets performing music MOZART Quartet No. 19 in C, K.465, Dissonance and Isaac Mizrahi, costume designers by HAYDN, SCHUMANN, and others Michael Chybowski, lighting designer MOZART Clarinet Quintet in A, K.581 Sang-Froid 8pm, ozawa hall CHOPIN Selected solo piano works Mark Morris Dance Group july 8 thursday Grand Duo (See main schedule for complete listing) HARRISON Grand Duo for Violin and Piano 8pm, ozawa hall Mosaic and United Vocal Chamber Concert COWELL String Quartets Nos. 3 & 4 Works by TMC Composition Fellows, New Work RANDS, and others BEETHOVEN Folk song arrangements july 9 friday See Opening Night prices 6pm, ozawa hall Prelude Concert july 2 friday See Pops prices Tanglewood Festival Chorus, John Oliver, conductor 8:30pm, shed The Canyon Ranch Concert 7:15pm, shed Boston Pops Concert This Week at Tanglewood James Levine Keith Lockhart, conductor Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan Please join us for a tribute to the legacies of Arthur Fiedler, and guest artists John Williams, and Keith Lockhart as we celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the Boston Pops. 8: 30pm, shed Opening Night at Tanglewood Boston Symphony Orchestra James Levine, conductor july 3 saturday & july 4 sunday See James Taylor prices Layla Claire, soprano˚ 7pm, shed Stephanie Blythe, mezzo-soprano˚ James Taylor and Carole King return to Tanglewood as Tanglewood Festival Chorus, part of their 2010 Troubadour Reunion Tour, featuring John Oliver, conductor their original band, “The Section,” in two spectacular MAHLER Symphony No. 2, Resurrection evenings. Sponsored by: James Taylor and Carole King Fireworks to follow the July 4 concert Proceeds from the July 4 concert to benefit Tanglewood 10am, ozawa hall (Sunday only) Music for brass and percussion, including works by GABRIELI, MESSIAEN, PINTO-CORREIA (world premiere), and STRAUSS tanglewood music center tanglewood music center main festival schedule schedule main festival schedule schedule july 10 saturday See Shed special prices july 15 thursday 9:30am, shed 6pm, ozawa hall 8pm, ozawa hall Pre-Rehearsal Talk Prelude Concert Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio (Admission is free, but restricted to the HAYDN Piano Trio No. 44 in E, Hob. XV:28 10 :30am, shed evening’s 8:30pm concert ticket holders.) SHOSTAKOVICH Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67 Open Rehearsal, Sunday program MENDELSSOHN Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66 Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio 8:30pm, shed Boston Symphony Orchestra Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, conductor july 16 friday Gerhard Oppitz, piano ALL-BEETHOVEN PROGRAM 6pm, ozawa hall 8pm, ozawa hall King Stephen Overture Prelude Concert Boston University Tanglewood Institute Piano Concerto No. 3 Gerhard Oppitz Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Wind Ensemble Symphony No. 5 7:15pm, shed This Week at Tanglewood Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan july 11 sunday and guest artists 2 :30pm, shed 10am, ozawa hall Boston Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Concert 8: 30pm, shed Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, conductor The Ting Tsung Chao Memorial Concert Pinchas Zukerman, violin Boston Symphony Orchestra MOZART Serenade No. 6 in D, Serenata notturna James Levine, conductor MOZART Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Soile Isokoski, soprano STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben Kristine Jepson, mezzo-soprano Soile Isokoski Russell Thomas, tenor Jordan Bisch, bass Tanglewood Festival Chorus, John Oliver, conductor july 12 monday See TMC Orchestra prices STRAVINSKY Symphony of Psalms 8pm, ozawa hall MOZART Requiem The Daniel Freed and Shirlee Cohen Freed Memorial Concert Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra july 17 saturday James Levine, conductor Tanglewood Music Center Conducting 9: 30am, shed 2 :30pm, ozawa hall Fellows Pre-Rehearsal Talk Boston University Tanglewood Institute J.S. BACH (arr. WEBERN) Ricercare from The Young Artists Wind Orchestra Musical Offering 10 : 30am, shed SCHUBERT Symphony No. 5 Open Rehearsal, Saturday program 6pm, ozawa hall CARTER What Are Years (American Premiere) Prelude Concert STRAUSS Suite from Le Bourgeois 8: 30pm, shed Vocal recital to include works by MAHLER Gentilhomme The Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert and others Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra (Admission is free, but restricted to the James Levine, conductor evening’s 8:30pm concert ticket holders.) Karen Cargill, mezzo-soprano Women of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, 8:30pm, shed John Oliver, conductor (See main schedule for complete listing) july 13 tuesday American Boychoir, Fernando Malvar-Ruiz, music director 8pm, ozawa hall MAHLER Symphony No. 3 Vocal Recital The 2010 Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert is supported by generous endowments established in perpetuity by Dr. Raymond and Hannah H. Schneider, and Diane H. Lupean. july 14 wednesday 8pm, ozawa hall Boston Symphony Chamber Players MOZART Oboe Quartet in F, K.370 VILLA-LOBOS Bachianas brasileiras No. 6, for flute and bassoon GANDOLFI˚ Plain Song, Fantastic Dances BRAHMS Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115 tanglewood music center tanglewood music center main festival schedule schedule main festival schedule schedule july 18 sunday See Pops prices july 23 friday 2 :30pm, shed 10am, ozawa hall 6pm, ozawa hall Boston Pops Orchestra Chamber Music Concert Prelude Concert Keith Lockhart, conductor Works by KIRCHNER, SCHUMANN, and others Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra with special guest Arlo Guthrie 7:15pm, shed This Week at Tanglewood Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan See Ozawa Hall special prices and guest artists 8pm, ozawa hall Audra McDonald Keith Lockhart Arlo Guthrie 8: 30pm, shed A New American Songbook Boston Symphony Orchestra Singer/actress Audra McDonald blends James Levine, conductor classical training with an extraordinary dramatic Lisette Oropesa, soprano (Konstanze) sensibility, appearing with equal acclaim as opera Ashley Emerson, soprano (Blonde) singer, television actress, recording artist, and Eric Cutler, tenor (Belmonte) Lisette Oropesa Broadway superstar. Her first Ozawa Hall concert Anthony Stevenson, tenor (Pedrillo) offers an eclectic mix of standard favorites and Morris Robinson, bass (Osmin) songs written expressly for her by today’s finest Audra McDonald Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Fellows music theater composers. MOZART The Abduction from the Seraglio Sung in German with English supertitles july 21 wednesday 8pm, ozawa hall july 24 saturday See Shed special prices Benjamin Bagby, voice and harp Beowulf: The Epic in Performance 9: 30am, shed 2 :30pm, ozawa hall Through song and speech, and accompanying himself on Pre-Rehearsal Talk Works by Tanglewood Music Center a six-stringed harp, medievalist Benjamin Bagby vividly Composition Fellows recreates his version of the epic Anglo-Saxon poem Benjamin Bagby 10 : 30am, shed Beowulf–the oldest extant complete poem in English, a Open Rehearsal, Sunday program 6pm, ozawa hall narrative that tells the story of the chieftain Beowulf who Prelude Concert defeats the monster Grendel in battle. Sung in old English, 8: 30pm, shed (Admission is free, but restricted to the Beowulf draws us back into the world of tribal society and The Jean Thaxter Brett Memorial Concert evening’s 8:30pm concert ticket holders.) Nordic legend. Boston Symphony Orchestra Seiji Ozawa, conductor˚ Performed in old English with modern English supertitles Peter Serkin, piano ALL-BRAHMS PROGRAM Piano Concerto No. 1 Symphony No. 2 july 22 thursday Seiji Ozawa 8pm, ozawa hall Pieter Wispelwey, cello J.S BACH Complete Suites for solo cello july 25 sunday See Shed special prices See TMC Orchestra prices This is an extended concert with two intermissions. 2 : 30pm, shed 10am, ozawa hall Pieter Wispelwey The Beatrice M. Cabot Memorial Concert Chamber Music Concert Boston Symphony Orchestra James Levine, conductor 8pm, ozawa hall Lynn Harrell, cello The Caroline and James Taylor Concert Steven Ansell, viola Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra R. STRAUSS Don Quixote Seiji Ozawa, conductor˚ Joh. STRAUSS II Overture to Die Fledermaus Tanglewood Music Center Conducting Joh. STRAUSS II Amid Thunder and Lightning Fellows Joh. STRAUSS II Roses from the South MENDELSSOHN Fingal’s Cave Overture Joh. STRAUSS II Free-shooter MENDELSSOHN Excerpts from A Midsummer Jos. STRAUSS Free from Cares! Night’s Dream Jos. STRAUSS Delirium TCHAIKOVSKY Romeo and Juliet Joh. STRAUSS I Radetzky March RAVEL Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2 tanglewood music center tanglewood music center main festival schedule schedule main festival schedule schedule july 28 wednesday august 1 sunday See Shed special prices 8pm, ozawa hall 2 : 30pm, shed 10am, ozawa hall Vocal Recital The George W. and Florence N. Adams Concert Chamber Music Concert Endowed in Perpetuity Works by BACH, THOMAS, and others Boston Symphony Orchestra Charles Dutoit, conductor˚ july 29 thursday Yo-Yo Ma, cello 7:30pm, theatre (See main schedule for complete listing.) 8pm, ozawa hall SIBELIUS Karelia Suite Matthias Goerne, baritone ELGAR Cello Concerto Andreas Haefliger, piano MUSSORGSKY (orch. RAVEL) Pictures at an Exhibition Songs by BRAHMS and SCHUMANN See Opera prices 7: 30pm, theatre Matthias Goerne Supported in part by the Tanglewoood Music Center Opera Fund Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Fellows and Orchestra James Levine, conductor july 30 friday Ira Siff, director 6pm, ozawa hall 8pm, ozawa hall Eduardo Sicango, set and costume designer Prelude Concert Boston University Tanglewood Institute STRAUSS Ariadne auf Naxos Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Wind Ensemble Sung in German with English supertitles 7:15pm, shed This Week at Tanglewood august 2 monday See Opera prices Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan and guest artists 7: 30pm, theatre 7:30pm, theatre Supported in part by the Tanglewoood Music Center Opera Fund (See main schedule for complete listing.) 8:30pm, shed Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Fellows and Orchestra The Serge and Olga Koussevitzky Memorial Concert Tanglewood Music Center Conducting Fellow Boston Symphony Orchestra Ira Siff, director Charles Dutoit, conductor˚ Eduardo Sicango, set and costume designer Kirill Gerstein, piano STRAUSS Ariadne auf Naxos GLINKA Overture to Ruslan and Ludmila TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No. 1 Sung in German with English supertitles PROKOFIEV Suite from Romeo and Juliet august 3 tuesday See Tanglewood on Parade prices july 31 saturday 8: 30pm, shed 2 :30pm, ozawa hall 9:30am, shed 2 : 30pm, ozawa hall Tanglewood on Parade Chamber Music Concert Pre-Rehearsal Talk Boston University Tanglewood Institute The Gregory E. Bulger Foundation Concert DVOˇ ÁK Serenades R Young Artists Wind Orchestra Boston Symphony Orchestra 10 :30am, shed Boston Pops Orchestra 4pm, ozawa hall Open Rehearsal, Saturday program 6pm, ozawa hall Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra Chamber Music Concert Prelude Concert James Levine, Keith Lockhart, and John Williams, conductors 8:30pm, shed Works by BARBER, SCHUMANN, and others Always a highlight of the season, Tanglewood on Parade 8pm, shed Boston Symphony Orchestra (Admission is free, but restricted to the this year salutes John Williams on the occasion of his 30th Brass Fanfares James Levine, conductor evening’s 8:30pm concert ticket holders.) Tanglewood summer. The program will include some of Soprano to be announced Mr. Williams’s most popular concert and film scores, as 8:30pm, shed BERG Three Pieces for Orchestra well as the traditional finale, Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture. (See main schedule for complete listing.) STRAUSS Four Last Songs MAHLER Symphony No. 4 Fireworks to follow the concert august 4 wednesday See Opera prices 7: 30pm, theatre 7:30pm, theatre Supported in part by the Tanglewoood Music Center Opera Fund (See main schedule for complete listing.) Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Fellows and Orchestra James Levine, conductor Ira Siff, director Eduardo Sicango, set and costume designer STRAUSS Ariadne auf Naxos Sung in German with English supertitles tanglewood music center tanglewood music center main festival schedule schedule main festival schedule schedule august 5 thursday august 10 tuesday 8pm, ozawa hall 8pm, ozawa hall Bernarda Fink, mezzo-soprano Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano Anthony Spiri, piano Members of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe Program to include songs by SCHUMANN, GRANADOS, Program to include works by J.S. BACH and CARTER and RODRIGO Bernarda Fink Pierre-Laurent Aimard august 6 friday august 11 wednesday 6pm, ozawa hall 8pm, ozawa hall Prelude Concert Vocal Recital Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra 7:15pm, shed august 13 friday This Week at Tanglewood Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan 6pm, ozawa hall and guest artists Prelude Concert Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra 8:30pm, shed The Evelyn and Samuel Lourie Memorial Concert 7:15pm, shed Boston Symphony Orchestra This Week at Tanglewood Christoph von Dohnányi, conductor˚ Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan Richard Goode, piano and guest artists MENDELSSOHN Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage MOZART Piano Concerto No. 14 in E-flat, K.449 8: 30pm, shed TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 6, Pathétique Boston Symphony Orchestra Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor˚ Elizabeth Rowe, flute˚ Alisa Weilerstein, cello august 7 saturday Caminos del Inka: A Musical Journey 9:30am, shed 2 : 30pm, ozawa hall Miguel Harth-Bedoya leads a musical journey through Miguel Harth-Bedoya Pre-Rehearsal Talk Boston University Tanglewood Institute the ancient Inca empire with specially created videogra- Young Artists Chorus phy by the renowned Peruvian photographer Gabriela 10 :30am, shed Fit. The breathtaking images of Machu Picchu, floating Open Rehearsal, Sunday program 6pm, ozawa hall island villages, and the expanses of the Peruvian plains Prelude Concert are matched to stirring and evocative music, from the 8:30pm, shed (Admission is free, but restricted to the time of the Conquistadores to the sounds of the first Boston Symphony Orchestra evening’s 8:30pm concert ticket holders.) new classical voices of 21st-century Latin America. Shi-Yeon Sung, conductor Program to include: Hilary Hahn, violin ROBLES El cóndor pasa WAGNER Prelude to Lohengrin, Act III FRANK Illapa, for flute and orchestra SIBELIUS Violin Concerto GOLIJOV˚ Mariel, for cello and orchestra COPLAND Quiet City STRAVINSKY Suite from The Firebird (1919 version) Shi-Yeon Sung august 8 sunday 2 :30pm, shed 10am, ozawa hall Boston Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Concert Christoph von Dohnányi conductor˚ Works by SCHUMANN, SCHUMAN, Arabella Steinbacher, violin MARTINO, and others BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto DVOˇ ÁK Symphony No. 8 R Sponsored by Country Curtains, The Red Lion Inn, and Blantyre 8:30pm, shed Silk Road Ensemble Yo-Yo Ma, cello The celebrated Silk Road Ensemble and the incomparable Yo-Yo Ma return to Tanglewood in an extraordinary presentation marking their 10th anniversary. The Ensemble, featuring virtuoso Yo-Yo Ma musicians from around the globe, will perform a special program that reflects the diversity of its membership, combining styles and genres (Persian, Asian, Azerbaijani, and more) with Western and non-Western instruments to create a musical experience that defies classification and transcends cultural boundaries. \ tanglewood music center tanglewood music center main FESTIVAL OF 2010 festival schedule CONTEMPOR ARY MUSIC schedule main festival schedule schedule Thursday, August 12 – Monday, August 16 august 15 sunday Gunther Schuller, Oliver Knussen, and John Harbison, Festival Co-Directors 2 : 30pm, shed The 2010 Festival of Contemporary Music will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Tanglewood Music Center, Boston Symphony Orchestra and the seven decades of great composers who have lead and taken a major role in its composition program, Robert Spano, conductor teaching the next generation of composers and inspiring the next generation of performers. Programmed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano the three living composers who have chaired the composition activities at the TMC – Gunther Schuller, Oliver Thomas Martin, clarinet Knussen, and John Harbison – the Festival will feature works by these three composers as well as by some of GERSHWIN An American in Paris Jean-Yves Thibaudet the great figures of both the early and recent years: starting with Copland and Hindemith, and continuing up SCHULLER Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee to recent resident composers. In addition to the six concerts of the Festival itself, works by the composers to BERNSTEIN˚ Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs, for clarinet be honored will appear on TMC concerts throughout the season. and jazz ensemble The 2010 Festival of Contemporary Music is made possible by the generous support of Dr. Raymond and Hannah H. GERSHWIN Piano Concerto Schneider, and through grants from the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the Fromm Music Foundation, the National Sponsored by EMC Corporation Endowment for the Arts, and the Helen F. Whitaker Fund. august 12 thursday august 15 sunday 8pm, ozawa hall 10am, ozawa hall august 16 monday See TMC Orchestra prices Oliver Knussen˚, TMC Fellows, conductors FINE Fantasia for string trio Edwin Barker, double bass˚ SESSIONS Five Pieces for Piano 8pm, ozawa hall ANTONIOU Concertino for double bass BERIO Circles The Margaret Lee Crofts Concert and chamber orchestra BABBITT Vision and Prayer Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra PERLE Concertino for piano, winds, and timpani FOSS˚ Echoi Robert Spano, TMC Fellows, conductors SCHULLER Tre Invenzioni DRUCKMAN˚ Aureole MADERNA Il Giardino religioso 8pm, ozawa hall MATTHEWS Turning Point HINDEMITH Kammermusik No. 2 The Fromm Concert at Tanglewood COPLAND Symphony No. 3 Stefan Asbury, conductor august 13 friday HARBISON˚ A Full Moon in March 2 : 30pm, ozawa hall KNUSSEN˚ Where the Wild Things Are august 18 wednesday MESSIAEN Piece for piano and string quartet 8pm, ozawa hall GRIME˚ 10 Miniatures august 16 monday Australian Chamber Orchestra WUORINEN Fifty Fifty See TMC Orchestra prices Richard Tognetti, violin and leader GANDOLFI˚ Design School 8pm, ozawa hall Steven Isserlis, cello HENZE Being Beauteous Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra ELGAR Introduction and Allegro for strings GOEHR Since Brass, nor Stone… (See main schedule for complete listing.) SCHUMANN Cello Concerto Australian Chamber Orchestra VASKS Vox amoris, for violin and strings august 14 saturday MOZART Symphony No. 41, Jupiter 2 : 30pm, ozawa hall MACPHERSON Selections from Secrets of Antikythera MACKEY˚ Gaggle and Flock JOLAS Quatuor VI august 19 thursday SHENG˚ Three Fantasies for violin and piano 8pm, ozawa hall WYNER Passage Ébène String Quartet MOZART Divertimento in D, K.136 BARTÓK Quartet No. 1, Op. 7 august 14 saturday See Pops prices BEETHOVEN Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 131 9:30am, shed 2 : 30pm, theatre Pre-Rehearsal Talk Boston University Tanglewood Institute Young Artists Orchestra august 20 friday 10 :30am, shed Open Rehearsal, Sunday program 6pm, ozawa hall 6pm, ozawa hall Prelude Concert Tanglewood Backstage 8:30pm, shed Prelude Concert (Admission is free, but restricted to the Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Pass Weekends evening’s 8:30pm concert ticket holders.) August 6, 7, and 8 / August 20, 21, and 22 Film Night at Tanglewood 7:15pm, shed The George and Roberta Berry Supporting This Week at Tanglewood Live the ‘BSO at Tanglewood’ experience. Organization Concert Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan Explore every nook and cranny at Tangle- Boston Pops Concert and guest artists wood, talk to BSO and TMC musicians and John Williams, conductor management. Enjoy elegant private picnic Robert Osborne, host 8: 30pm, shed lunches and sumptuous dinners on the lawn. One of the season’s most popular traditions, the annual Boston Symphony Orchestra And, of course, hear beautiful music in the Film Night concert is a celebration of music from the Ludovic Morlot, conductor˚ most sublime setting in the world. This John Williams immersive program will allow music lovers movies. In his 30th summer at Tanglewood, John Williams Dawn Upshaw, soprano˚ presents a memorable evening that recreates some of the MOZART Symphony No. 31, Paris to go behind-the-scenes at Tanglewood for a great musical moments in Hollywood history, and this CANTELOUBE Selection from Songs of the Auvergne memorable insider experience. Choose from year honoring the work of director Steven Spielberg. GOLIJOV˚ Three Songs for Soprano and Orchestra two levels of top-quality accommodations to RAVEL Mother Goose (complete) suit every budget. Prices range from $550 to $1,090 per person, based on double occupancy, for this two-night stay. Go to tanglewood.org for more information, or call 888-266-1200. tanglewood music center main festival schedule schedule main festival schedule august 21 saturday See Shed special prices august 26 thursday See Ozawa Hall special prices 9:30am, shed 8pm, ozawa hall Pre-Rehearsal Talk Garrick Ohlsson, piano ALL–CHOPIN PROGRAM 10 :30am, shed Three Nocturnes, Op. 9 Open Rehearsal, Sunday program Scherzo No. 4 in E, Op. 54 Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op, 23 2 :30pm, ozawa hall Variations brillantes in B-flat, Op. 12 on a rondo from Family Concert Halévy’s Ludovic Program to be announced Sonata No. 3 in B minor, Op. 58 8:30pm, shed Garrick Ohlsson’s appearances are supported by a generous The Carol and Joe Reich Concert gift from Cynthia and Oliver Curme. Susanna Mälkki Boston Symphony Orchestra Susanna Mälkki, conductor Joshua Bell, violin august 27 friday Jeremy Denk, piano MENDELSSOHN Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream 6pm, ozawa hall MENDELSSOHN Double Concerto in D minor Prelude Concert for violin, piano, and strings Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra september 4 saturday BEETHOVEN Romance No. 2 in F, for violin and orchestra BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 4 7:15pm, shed 2pm, ozawa hall This Week at Tanglewood Radio Deluxe with John Pizzarelli and Panel discussion with moderator Martin Bookspan Jessica Molaskey with special guests and guest artists to be announced august 22 sunday 2 :30pm, shed 8: 30pm, shed 8pm, ozawa hall Boston Symphony Orchestra Boston Symphony Orchestra Laurence Hobgood Trio Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor David Zinman, conductor˚ Kurt Elling Gil Shaham, violin Tanglewood Festival Chorus, John Oliver, conductor Adele Anthony, violin (Bach, Navarra) POULENC Gloria HIGDON blue cathedral Giancarlo Guerrero HOLST The Planets J.S. BACH Concerto in D minor for two violins and strings SUPPÉ Poet and Peasant Overture SARASATE Navarra, for two violins and orchestra august 28 saturday SARASATE Zigeunerweisen, for violin and orchestra BIZET Suite from Carmen 9: 30am, shed John Pizzarelli Kurt Elling Pre-Rehearsal Talk 10 : 30am, shed august 24 tuesday See Ozawa Hall special prices Open Rehearsal, Sunday program 8pm, ozawa hall Garrick Ohlsson, piano 8: 30pm, shed september 5 sunday ALL–CHOPIN PROGRAM The Stephen and Dorothy Weber Concert 2pm, ozawa hall Impromptu No. 2 in F-sharp, Op. 36 Boston Symphony Orchestra Ballade No. 3 in A-flat, Op. 47 David Zinman, conductor˚ The Eddie Daniels - Bob James Quartet— Fantasia in F minor, Op. 49 Emanuel Ax, piano “Broadway Boogie” Garrick Ohlsson Two Nocturnes, Op. 27 BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 2 The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra Scherzo No. 3 in C-sharp minor, Op. 39 ˇ DVOR ÁK Symphony No. 9, From the New World Twenty-four Preludes, Op. 28 8pm, ozawa hall The Julian Lage Group Garrick Ohlsson’s appearances are supported by a generous The Donal Fox Quartet with special guest august 29 sunday See Shed special prices gift from Cynthia and Oliver Curme. to be announced 2 : 30pm, shed The Great Benefactors Concert Boston Symphony Orchestra Kurt Masur, conductor John Oliver, conductor (Bach) Nicole Cabell, soprano Marietta Simpson, mezzo-soprano Eddie Daniels Donal Fox Marcus Haddock, tenor˚ John Relyea, bass-baritone Tanglewood Festival Chorus, John Oliver, conductor J.S. BACH Jesu meine Freude, for chorus BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 9 Online Media Sponsor special programs and packages tanglewood backstage pass weekends grass pass talks & walks tanglewood for kids This immersive program will allow music The Tanglewood Grass Pass is a season lawn pass for Talks and Walks is a series of informal conver- free lawn tickets lovers to go behind-the-scenes at Tanglewood $200. This is a photo ID pass which is non-transfer- sations, presented by guest artists and mem- Tanglewood is pleased to offer free lawn tickets for a memorable insider experience. Choose able. Passes will be available for purchase at the Main bers of the BSO family. Bring along a picnic for children and young people age 17 and younger. from two levels of top-quality accommodations Gate Box Office beginning June 18. Must be purchased lunch and join us in the Tent Club on Thursday Up to four free children’s tickets are available per to suit every budget. Package includes one in person. It is not valid for A Prairie Home Companion, afternoons at 1pm for lively and informative parent/legal guardian per concert at the Tangle- concert per day, four meals, and all of the Popular Artists, James Taylor and Jazz Festival. discussions. Tickets are $15 each or $80 for a wood Box Office the day of the concert. Children backstage and workshop activities, as well full series. Friends of Tanglewood and Tangle- admitted without charge must sit with their par- as two nights hotel and a Tanglewood parking amenities wood Business Partners receive a discount. For ent/legal guardian on the lawn, and those under pass—$550 to $1,090, per person, based on more information call 617-638-9391. Beverages age five must sit on the rear half of the lawn. Chil- lawn chair rental double occupancy. Call 888-266-1200 or go and dessert will be available for purchase. dren under five are not permitted in the Kousse- Lawn chairs are available for rental for a $4 fee to tanglewood.org for more information. (cash only) prior to each concert. Please note that vitzky Music Shed or Seiji Ozawa Hall during Choose from two weekends: August 6, 7, tours of tanglewood concerts. All patrons, regardless of age, must have discounts are available when renting multiple and 8 or August 20, 21, and 22. The Boston Symphony Association of Volunteers a ticket. The free lawn ticket policy does not apply chairs. Rentals are subject to availability. Lawn offers free walking tours of the Tanglewood to organized groups of children. For July 3 and 4 or chairs are available at the Grille at the Main Gate music and astronomy campus. The tours last approximately one hour other Popular Artist concerts, free lawn tickets are entrance for Shed concerts, and at the Bernstein As part of the Tanglewood on Parade activities and include visits to the Koussevitzky Music Shed, only available for children younger than 2. Gate for Ozawa Hall concerts. on August 3, special guest Dr. Donald Lubowich, Ozawa Hall, other music facilities, the Visitors from Hofstra University’s Astronomy Outreach Center history rooms, and more. Reservations The 2010 Tanglewood Free Lawn Ticket program meals-to-go & tanglewood restaurants Program, will offer star-gazing for adults and chil- are not required. Tours begin at the Tanglewood is supported by a generous gift from the Samuel Order your Meals-to-Go and avoid the lines for dren with telescope observations of the Sun, Moon, Visitors Center. In addition, private group tours for Rapaporte, Jr., Family Foundation. food! Meals-to-Go may be ordered in advance Jupiter, star clusters, and nebulae. There will also a minimum of 25 people also may be arranged at online at tanglewood.org or by phone at 413-637- be exhibits on the science of music, the sounds of least two weeks in advance for a fee. Please email kids’ corner 5240. The Tanglewood Café and Tanglewood Grille the Sun, and the musical compositions of Galileo’s email@example.com, or call 617-638-9391 to learn about Kids’ Corner is offered at 12 noon on Sundays are also available for lunch and snack items featur- father. dates and times. before afternoon concerts and during the Open ing grilled foods and specialty sandwiches, soups, and salads. Rehearsals on Saturday mornings. Children pre-concert lectures at the lenox library bus service to tanglewood accompanied by adults may take part in a number Every weekend, on Friday and Saturday afternoons Bus service to the Lenox area is offered by Peter of musical and arts and crafts activities super- green initiative from 2:30 to 4pm in the Lenox Library, Jeremy Yud- Pan and Greyhound Bus Lines. For fare and sched- vised by BSO staff. Please stop by the Visitors Tanglewood is pleased to implement the following kin, renowned lecturer and music professor, pres- uling information, please call 800-343-9999 or Center for more information. Tickets to the recycling and eco-friendly efforts: ents pre-concert lectures about each day’s music 800-231-2222. performance are required. at Tanglewood. Prof. Yudkin’s passion is explaining l Program Book Re-Use - Patrons will have music to listeners and audience members. No musi- the option to return their unwanted, clean special excursions and group travel watch and play cal expertise required! Lectures are $25 per person program books to an usher, program book Special Excursions are offered by The Berkshire Watch and Play is a Sunday-afternoon program per day. Call 413-637-2800 or email Yudkinjaf@ holder, or program book bins. Tour Company 781-438-8620, Greylock Discov- for children who are accompanied by adults, gmail.com for information. ery Tours 413-637-4442, Animactions Unlimited sponsored by the Boston Symphony Association l Recycling materials - Recycling receptacles 413-448-2115, and Gateway Travel Service 781-729- will be available throughout the grounds of Volunteers and the BSO Education and Commu- open rehearsals 6900. Limited bus service is offered by AAA Con- nity Programs Department. Join us for an engag- for processing appropriate materials. necticut/Connecticut Motor Club 203-928-6556 $17 Shed (general admission) ing talk about an instrument, a concert theme, l Farm-to-Table Initiative - Protecting our and K&L Tours 617-267-1905. and/or a musical concept. The program is offered Open Rehearsal Subscriptions environment by featuring locally sourced at 1pm in the Chamber Music Hall on July 11, 18, $64 (four) produce, cheeses and meats. where to stay and August 1, 15. Tickets to the Sunday-afternoon $128 (eight) Contact the Berkshire Visitors Bureau at 413-743- Hybrid Vehicle Parking - Reserved parking performance are required. A half-hour Pre-Rehearsal Talk, including recorded l 4500 to obtain a guide to lodging, dining, and spaces will be available at selected lots on other activities in the area. You may also patronize musical excerpts, is free to ticket-holders at 9:30am, student discount one hour before the rehearsal. Please note that Open the Tanglewood grounds as a thank-you the many generous Tanglewood Business Partners for helping our environment. Tanglewood is pleased to offer a 50% discount on Rehearsal subscriptions must be purchased by July 5. who support our organization. For a complete list, lawn tickets for all BSO Friday-evening concerts for visit tanglewood.org/partners. students 18 and over. Valid only with student ID. lawn pass books (11 passes for the price of 10) With your help, we can make Tanglewood even more green! Tickets may be purchased in person at the Main $170 through June 24 Box Office only on the night of the performance. $180 after June 24 Lawn Pass Books provide flexibility and savings. pedicabs Complimentary pedicab service (tricycle for carry- family concert Tickets valid for all regular and specially priced BSO ing passengers) will be available from the parking This year, Tanglewood is offering a concert just and Pops concerts in the Koussevitzky Music Shed and Ozawa Hall. Tickets are not valid for Popular Artists, lots to the Main Gate on select concert dates. See for families so they can share together in the joys A Prairie Home Companion, TMC Orchestra Concerts, tanglewood.org for more details. of music. The concert takes place on August 21 at James Taylor, or Jazz Weekend. 2:30pm. Program and guests will be announced “this week at tanglewood” at a later date. Tickets are $10; free admission for berkshire resident season lawn pass This Week at Tanglewood is a panel discussion children ages 17 and younger. Year-round Berkshire County residents of Massachu- moderated by Martin Bookspan and featuring setts may purchase a season lawn pass for $75. A valid special guests who will provide commentary and MA license is required to obtain the photo ID pass. in-depth information about the upcoming week’s Passes will be available for purchase at the Main Gate concerts. The presentations take place in the Shed Box Office beginning June 18. Must be purchased in each Friday at 7:15pm. Attendance is free with The Boston Symphony Orchestra gratefully acknowledges the support of the following major corporate sponsors person. It is not valid for A Prairie Home Companion, tickets to Friday evening’s concert. for the 2010 Tanglewood season: Popular Artists, James Taylor and Jazz Festival. Sponsored by: The Bank of America Charitable Foundation official chauffeured is proud to support Tanglewood and its education transportation initiatives for Massachusetts students. Ticket prices and seating information how to purchase tickets policies all ticket prices include a $1 grounds maintenance fee by phone bso and tmc prelude concert tickets SymphonyCharge 617-266-1200 or 888-266-1200 Your ticket to the Friday-evening BSO concert also admits TDD/TTY 617-638-9289 you to the BSO Prelude Concert presented at 6pm in Ozawa koussevitzky music shed Phone orders are subject to a $5.50 per ticket handling fee. Hall. Your ticket for Saturday-evening BSO concerts also Please note: All seating charts show admits you to the 6pm (Saturday) TMC Prelude Concerts in Regular and Special Prices only. Ozawa Hall. Seating for Prelude Concerts is available on a online first-come, first-served basis when the grounds open. BSO Visit tanglewood.org. Orders are subject to a $5.50 per Prelude Concerts feature smaller-scale works performed by 617-266-1200 ticket handling fee. members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, often joined by 888-266-1200 in person distinguished guests. tanglewood.org Tanglewood Box Office (main entrance), West Street, Lenox, accessible seating MA. Starting June 18: 10am – 6pm, Monday through Satur- day. Open through intermission on event days. 10am through Accessible seats are available. Contact our Access Services intermission, Sunday. Extended Saturday hours begin July 10, Administrator at 617-638-9431 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 9am through intermission. Please note that balcony levels of Ozawa Hall are not acces- sible by elevator. Patrons who have difficulty climbing stairs will be seated on the orchestra level of the hall. If you require Symphony Hall Box Office, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, orchestra-level seating, please inform the box office when Boston, MA. Tanglewood tickets will be available for purchasing tickets so that you can be accommodated. purchase at the Symphony Hall Box Office beginning February 14, Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm. Beginning June 21, open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. lawn ticket policy Sections 8, 9 Lawn tickets for regularly priced Music Shed and Ozawa Hall Box Seats Section 4, 5 Front: 11–14 Front: 15, 16 Sections 17–20 concerts are not valid for specially priced concerts. Lawn for further information please call Section 1 Inside: 2, 3, 6, 7 Outside: 2, 3, 6, 7 Rear: 11–14 Rear: 15, 16 Lawn tickets are undated for all Tanglewood concerts except James Boston 617-266-1492 Lenox 413-637-5165 Taylor, A Prairie Home Companion, Jazz Weekend, Popular Regular Prices $89 $74 $49 $29 $20 $18 Artists, Boston Pops, and Tanglewood on Parade. For groups Special Prices $99 $85 $61 $42 $30 $19 grounds opening times of adults or children, including tours and camps, please call Fridays: 5:30pm the Group Sales Office at 617-638-9345 or 800-933-4255. Friday Evening $89 $74 $51 $22 $18 $9 Saturdays: 5:30pm for evening concerts 9am for Open Rehearsals Boston Pops $115 $99 $70 $52 $42 $21 Sundays: Noon, or one hour before BUTI lawn ticket upgrade Lawn tickets for selected concerts may be upgraded for and TMC concerts Tanglewood $99 $85 $61 $42 $30 $21 tickets inside the Shed for the cost of the difference between on Parade the lawn ticket price and the price of the seat in the Shed. tmc tickets Valid for all BSO and Pops concerts in the Shed based on Opening Night $2,500* $85 $61 $42 $30 $19 TMC Orchestra Concerts in Ozawa Hall availability of tickets. Not valid for lawn tickets that have no (July 5, 12, 25, August 16) dollar value (e.g., complimentary tickets, passes, etc.) or for floor, loge & balcony: $51, $41, $33 James Taylor, Jazz Festival, Tanglewood on Parade, or A Praire * Formal invitations will be mailed in the spring. lawn: $11 Home Companion. Other TMC Concerts, except Opera (August 1, 2, 4): $11 Box Seats Section 2, 3, 6–9 Festival of Contemporary Music (except August 16): $11 group discounts theatre Sections 1, 4, 5 Front: 11–20 Rear: 11–20 Lawn BUTI Young Artists Orchestra: $11 For complete information on group benefits, including ticket Opera (August 1, 2, 4) BUTI Young Artists Wind Ensemble and Chorus: Free A Prairie Home Companion $71 $54 $40 $21 discounts, advance sale of lawn tickets, and exclusive use of Price Class 1 Price Class 2 at Tanglewood (June 27) our private tents either before or after your concert, please TMC Chamber and BUTI Orchestra concerts are $110 $65 call the Group Sales Office at 617-638-9345 or 800-933-4255. cash/check only. James Taylor & Carole King $87 $87 $65 $24 General Public and Tanglewood Donors up to $75: For TMC Please note: Cooking, open flames, sports activities, bikes, concerts, tickets are available in advance online or in person scooters, skateboards, tents, and other structures are pro- or one hour prior to concert start time at the Ozawa Hall hibited from the Tanglewood grounds. No eating or drinking Bernstein Gate only (except for TMC Orchestra concerts inside any of the concert halls. During Shed concerts, children seiji ozawa hall and opera performances). Please note: availability for seats may play ball (and other games which may disturb others the florence gould auditorium inside Ozawa Hall is limited and concerts may sell out. sitting on the lawn) only behind the Visitors Center or near Ozawa Hall. Ball playing is not permitted on the lawn of the Friends of Tanglewood at the $75 level receive one free Shed at any time when the grounds are open for a Shed con- d ny d cert. Photography and video recordings are prohibited during on lco an admission and Friends at the $150 level or higher receive ec ba s t t concerts. Shirts and shoes must be worn inside concert halls. ny firs ny d s two free admissions to all TMC Fellow recital, chamber, and nd s, fir lco an No areas of the lawn may be staked or cordoned off for any lco s, Festival of Contemporary Music performances (excluding se oxe ba boxe ba first reason. For security reasons, we reserve the right to inspect ,b Mark Morris, Opera, and TMC Orchestra concerts) by pre- co , , wn or or or bags and other items brought into the grounds. Fl o Fl o Fl o senting their membership cards at the Bernstein Gate La Regular Prices $51 $41 $33 $17 one hour before concert time. Additional tickets are $11. For information on becoming a Friend of Tanglewood, Special Prices $60 $49 $39 $18 call 617-638-9267 (Sept-June), 413-637-5261 (July & Aug), or visit tanglewood.org. Mark Morris $97 $77 $62 $20 TMC Orchestra $51 $41 $33 $11 Mark Volpe, Managing Director We regret there can be no refunds, even Family Concert $10, free for kids under 18 Eunice and Julian Cohen Managing Directorship in the event of inclement weather. Jazz/Sat Evening $77 $63 $45 $19 Photography: Pete Diehl, John Ferrillo, Michael J. Lutch, All programs and artists are subject to change. Stu Rosner Jazz/Matinees $56 $42 $33 $19 Tanglewood is a non-smoking facility. Please note: Balcony levels of Ozawa Hall are not currently accessible Original copy: Karen Campbell Jazz/Sun Evening $62 $50 $42 $18 Tanglewood is a registered service mark of the Boston by elevator. Patrons who have difficulty climbing stairs will be seated One Day Jazz Lawn Pass $34 on the orchestra level of the hall. If you require orchestra-level Symphony Orchestra, Inc. seating, please note on your order form or inform the Box Office when purchasing tickets so that you will be accommodated. ME VT NH 95 7 91 Concord 87 9O Brattleboro 93 88 Albany 20 2 Pittsfield Lenox Tanglewood MA Boston Boston Symphony Orchestra 9O NY Stockbridge Symphony Hall Springfield pky 84 301 Massachusetts Avenue RI Providence 8 Hartford Boston, MA 02115-4511 7 CT 84 95 between lenox 684 and stockbridge New Haven 80 NJ New York 617-266-1200 78 888-266-1200 tanglewood.org directions From Boston, take the MA Turnpike (I-90) west to Exit 2. From tickets on sale New York City and New Jersey, take the Taconic State Parkway february 14 ! to the Berkshire Section of the NY Thruway east to the MA Turnpike Exit 2, or take the Taconic State Parkway to 295 east to 41 south to Tanglewood. From Connecticut, take I-91 to the MA Turnpike west to Exit 2. Follow to Route 20 west, which merges with Route 7 north. Turn left onto Route 183 south. Tanglewood main entrance is 1.4 miles west of Lenox Center on Route 183 (West Street). Ample free parking is available. 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