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bernstein centennial summer

Celebrating Lenny at Tanglewood!

“That place [Tanglewood] is very dear to my heart, that is where I grew
up and learned so much...in 1940 when I first played and studied there.”
—Leonard Bernstein (November 1989)
Throughout the summer of 2018, Tanglewood celebrates the centennial
of Lawrence-born, Boston-bred conductor-composer Leonard Bernstein’s
birth. Bernstein’s close relationship with the Boston Symphony Orchestra
spanned a half-century—from the time he became a protégé of
legendary BSO conductor Serge Koussevitzky as a member of the first
Tanglewood Music Center class in 1940, until the final concerts he ever
conducted, with the BSO and Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
at Tanglewood in 1990. In addition to concert works including his
Chichester Psalms (7/15), alil for flute and orchestra (7/21), Songfest
(8/4), the Serenade (after Plato’s “Symposium”) for violin and orchestra
(8/18), and the BSO-commissioned Divertimento for Orchestra (also
8/18), performances also include the operas Trouble in Tahiti (7/12)
and A Quiet Place (8/9); the Broadway hit On the Town (7/7); Candide
(8/22 & 23); the ballet Fancy Free in collaboration with Boston Ballet
(8/18), and the Oscar-winning film version of West Side Story with the
BSO playing the score live as the movie is shown on large screens in
high definition with the original vocals and dialogue intact (7/28). On
August 25, Bernstein’s birth-date, “The Bernstein Centennial Celebration
at Tanglewood,” to be conducted by BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons,

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Christoph Eschenbach, Keith Lockhart, Michael Tilson Thomas, and
John Williams, will feature an extraordinary array of guest artists,
among them Audra McDonald, Midori, Yo-Yo Ma, Susan Graham, and
Thomas Hampson. In addition, the BSO will be joined for this very
special occasion by members of numerous other orchestras with
which Bernstein maintained close associations, including the New York
Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, Israel Philharmonic, Tanglewood
Music Center Orchestra, Pacific Music Festival, and Schleswig-Holstein
Music Festival.

stellar soloists and conductors

Also leading Boston Symphony concerts will be BSO Artistic Partner
Thomas Adès, pairing with Christian Tetzlaff for Sibelius’s Violin
Concerto (7/22), BSO Assistant Conductor Moritz Gnann, leading
a program featuring pianist Paul Lewis in Mozart (7/13), and BSO
Associate Conductor Ken-David Masur, partnering with 2018
Koussevitzky Artist Kirill Gerstein in Rachmaninoff (8/3). Guest
conductors include Herbert Blomstedt (7/20 & 21), Christoph
Eschenbach (8/26), Juanjo Mena (7/17 & 29), David Newman (7/28),
Dima Slobodeniouk (8/5), Michael Tilson Thomas (8/12), and
Bramwell Tovey (8/4). Soloists with the BSO also include pianists
Emanuel Ax in Mozart (7/20), Igor Levit playing Rachmaninoff (8/12),
and Garrick Ohlsson with more Mozart (7/27); BSO principal flute
Elizabeth Rowe in Bernstein’s alil (7/21); and violinists Joshua Bell
performing Wieniawski (8/5) and Gil Shaham playing Prokofiev (7/29).

1940

Leonard Bernstein comes to the Tanglewood Music
Center for its inaugural season and studies conducting with
then BSO Music Director Serge Koussevitzky.

1947

Leonard Bernstein conducts the BSO at Tanglewood
for the first time, July 27, 1947.

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opening night and more with
bso music director andris nelsons

t h o ma s a d ès

Besides his participation in “The Bernstein Centennial Celebration
at Tanglewood” and performances with the Tanglewood Music
Center Orchestra (TMCO), Andris Nelsons joins forces with
acclaimed pianist Lang Lang to open the BSO’s summer season
with an enticing program of Mozart and Tchaikovsky (Opening
Night at Tanglewood, 7/6). Maestro Nelsons pairs with pianists
Rudolf Buchbinder for Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 1 (7/8), Yuja
Wang for Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 (7/15), and Yefim
Bronfman for Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 (8/17), and also
conducts a complete, semi-staged performance of Puccini’s La
bohème with soprano Kristine Opolais and tenor Piotr Beczala
in the lead roles (7/14); a special Young People’s Concert evoking
those led by Bernstein himself, with Bernstein’s daughter Jamie
Bernstein as host (8/10); an all-Bernstein program featuring
violinist Baiba Skride in the Serenade (after Plato’s “Symposium”)
(8/18), and Mahler’s Third Symphony with soloist Susan Graham
(8/24). In addition, Maestro Nelsons leads the TMCO’s annual
Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert, this year with Yo-Yo Ma as
soloist in Bernstein’s Three Meditations from Mass and the world
premiere of a new work by John Williams written especially for the
occasion (8/19), and joins John Williams on the podium for John
Williams’ Film Night (8/11).

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bso artistic partner thomas adès

Now in his second season as BSO Artistic Partner, the gifted British
composer-conductor-pianist Thomas Adès leads the BSO in a suite
from his opera Powder Her Face on a program with Sibelius’s Violin
Concerto featuring Christian Tetzlaff (7/22); directs Tanglewood’s
2018 Festival of Contemporary Music (7/26–30); leads the final
program of that Festival, featuring 2018 Koussevitzky Artist Kirill
Gerstein with the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra in Adès’s
own In Seven Days for piano and orchestra (7/30); and joins forces
again with Kirill Gerstein for an evening of two-piano music in
Ozawa Hall (8/1).

2018 koussevitzky artist kirill gerstein
The versatile Russian-American pianist Kirill Gerstein is this
summer’s Koussevitzky Artist, named for the Tanglewood Festival’s
visionary founder Serge Koussevitzky, and created to honor artists
whose presence at the BSO’s summer home has made a lasting
impact on Tanglewood’s musical and educational programs. Besides
his two collaborations with BSO Artistic Partner Thomas Adès—
closing the 2018 Festival of Contemporary as soloist in Adès’s In
Seven Days with Adès conducting the Tanglewood Music Center
Orchestra (7/30), and joining Adès for an evening of two-piano
music in Ozawa Hall (8/1)—2018 Koussevitzky Artist Kirill Gerstein
is also soloist in this year’s gala Tanglewood on Parade concert,
performing Gershwin’s ever-popular Rhapsody in Blue (8/7).

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also in ozawa hall

Pianist Paul Lewis’s Ozawa Hall recital of music by Haydn, Beethoven,
and Brahms (8/2) launches a multi-year survey at Tanglewood featuring
him in piano works by those three composers. The 2018 Ozawa Hall
line-up also includes the Boston Symphony Chamber Players in a
program of Mozart, Weinberg, Bernstein, and Schumann with pianist
Rudolf Buchbinder (7/5); an all-Mozart duo-recital by violinist Pamela
Frank and pianist Emanuel Ax (7/18); The Fleisher-Jacobson Piano
Duo: Leon Fleisher and Katherine Jacobson in a recital marking Mr.
Fleisher’s 90th birthday (7/19); the Emerson String Quartet performing
Beethoven’s late quartets (7/24 & 25); the exciting young RussianGerman pianist Igor Levit with the JACK Quartet in a program of
Beethoven, Schoenberg, and Rzewski (8/15), and the Skride Quartet
playing piano quartets by Mahler, Mozart, and Brahms (8/16).

the boston pops at tanglewood

For the first of four Boston Pops events this summer, star vocalist
Audra McDonald is soloist with musical director Andy Einhorn on
the podium (6/24). Boston Pops Conductor Keith Lockhart leads the
Boston Pops Orchestra in Leonard Bernstein’s On the Town (7/7) and as
part of Tanglewood on Parade (8/7). Boston Pops Conductor Laureate
John Williams also takes the podium for Tanglewood on Parade (8/7),
and shares the podium with BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons for
John Williams’ Film Night (8/11).

the fleisher-jacobson piano duo

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popular artists, summer sundays,
and yoga on the lawn

James Taylor returns to Tanglewood this summer for two shows with
his all-star band (7/3 & 4). In addition, Tanglewood’s 2018 Popular
Artists series features Roger Daltrey performing The Who’s TOMMY
with the Boston Pops (6/15); Stephen Stills & Judy Collins (6/17); Andy
Grammer (6/22); Béla Fleck and the Flecktones (6/29); the Steve Miller
Band and Peter Frampton (7/2); and Steve Martin and Martin Short
(9/2). Other surefire crowd-pleasers include the returns to Tanglewood
of Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! (6/21) and Live from Here, with host Chris
Thile (6/30). Now in its second summer, Tanglewood’s Summer Sundays
returns with a varied array of pre-concert activities throughout the
grounds starting at noon on Sundays, including local food tastings
and other regional specialties, face painting, yoga and Qigong, games
for families, and such additional offerings as lectures, performances,
and musical demonstrations in the Theatre. In addition, Tanglewood is
pleased to continue Yoga on the Lawn, a collaboration with the Kripalu
Center for Yoga & Health, offering hour-long Saturday-morning yoga
classes from 10:15–11am (weather permitting) for BSO Rehearsal
ticket-holders.

1970

Leonard Bernstein is part of a leadership “troika”
at the TMC also including Seiji Ozawa and Gunther Schuller,
and delivers his speech, “The Principle of Hope,” at that
summer's TMC Opening Exercises.

1988

Tanglewood's gala “Bernstein at 70!” concert celebrates
his 70th birthday with Bernstein as guest of honor.

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tanglewood music center highlights

In addition to the full, season-long schedule of chamber music and
vocal concerts by the talented young musicians of the Tanglewood
Music Center—including Prelude Concerts prior to the Saturdaynight BSO concerts, and wide-ranging, full-length TMC concerts on
Sunday mornings—highlights of the TMC’s 2018 season include TMC
Orchestra performances to be led by Andris Nelsons (7/9), Herbert
Blomstedt (7/16), Stefan Asbury (7/23, a program featuring the world
premiere of a new, TMC-commissioned work by Michael Gandolfi),
and Thomas Adès with soloist Kirill Gerstein (7/30). Andris Nelsons
is also on the podium for a special TMC Chamber Orchestra concert
(8/13) and the annual Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert, this year
featuring cellist Yo-Yo Ma in Bernstein’s Three Meditations from
Mass and the world premiere of a new work by John Williams (8/19).
Another major highlight: a fully staged performance of Leonard
Bernstein’s A Quiet Place, in a recent new version for chamber
ensemble by Garth Edwin Sunderland, featuring the Tanglewood
Music Center Orchestra and TMC Vocal Fellows with Stefan Asbury
conducting and directed by Daniel Fish (8/9).

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festival of contemporary music

Tanglewood’s 2018 Festival of Contemporary Music—the first of
two with BSO Artistic Partner Thomas Adès as Festival Director—
will feature chamber music programs for large and small ensembles,
encompassing works by Gerald Barry, Harrison Birtwistle, Francisco
Coll, Veronika Krausas, György Kurtág, Andrew Norman, Sean
Shepherd, Conlon Nancarrow, and Per Nørgård, among other
composers to be announced. The 2018 Festival will also include the
world premiere of a newly commissioned work by English composer
Oliver Christophe Leith for two voices and large chamber ensemble.
The closing concert, with Adès conducting the Tanglewood Music
Center Orchestra, features 2018 Koussevitzky Artist Kirill Gerstein
in Adès’s In Seven Days for piano and orchestra.

2018 Tanglewood Season

The Tanglewood Music Center (TMC) is the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer
academy for young professionals pursuing advanced musical study. Performances
are by Fellows of the TMC. (Concerts are highlighted in orange.)
Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) is in residence at Tanglewood. Its
educational programs are geared toward gifted musicians of high school age. For
more information visit bu.edu/tanglewood. (Concerts are highlighted in purple.)
This symbol denotes concerts with works by Leonard Bernstein being performed
as part of his centennial celebration.

JUNE 15 FRIDAY

8pm, Shed
Popular Artist Series
Roger Daltrey performs The Who’s TOMMY
with the Boston Pops
Kick off the 2018 Tanglewood Season and join Roger Daltrey
performing The Who’s TOMMY with the Boston Pops. Witness the
seminal rock opera like you’ve never heard it before!

JUNE 17 SUNDAY

2:30pm, Shed
Popular Artist Series
Stephen Stills & Judy Collins

JUNE 21 THURSDAY

8pm, Shed
Popular Artist Series
Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me!

NPR’s oddly informative news quiz program is again live at
Tanglewood. The Peabody Award-winning series offers a fast-paced,
irreverent look at the week’s news, hosted by Peter Sagal along with
judge and score-keeper Bill Kurtis.

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JUNE 22 FRIDAY

7pm, Shed
Popular Artist Series
Andy Grammer

Multi-platinum selling pop artist Andy Grammer comes to
Tanglewood to perform many of his anthemic pop hits including
“Keep Your Head Up,” “Honey, I'm Good,” and “Fresh Eyes.”

JUNE 24 SUNDAY

2:30pm, Shed
Boston Pops
Audra McDonald, soloist
Andy Einhorn, musical director
One of today’s most celebrated singers, stage actors, and television stars,
Audra McDonald is unparalleled in the breadth and versatility of her
artistry. The winner of a record-breaking six Tony Awards, two Grammy
Awards, and an Emmy Award, she was named one of Time magazine’s
100 most influential people of 2015 and received a 2015 National Medal of Arts—America’s highest honor
for achievement in the arts. With the Boston Pops, she presents a program of songs ranging from standards
by Sondheim, Rodgers, and Gershwin to the sounds of today’s leading music theater composers.

JUNE 29 FRIDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Popular Artist Series
Béla Fleck and the Flecktones

JUNE 30
SATURDAY

5:45pm, Shed
Popular Artist Series
Live from Here
with Chris Thile
at Tanglewood
Live broadcast

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

10 am & 2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
String Quartet Marathon

American Public Media’s popular Live from Here comes to Tanglewood with its host Chris Thile, who
will be joined by an incredible array of special musical guests—some known to all, and some who soon
will be!—for a unique blend of comedy and spoken word. A vocalist and mandolin virtuoso, Chris will
perform his Song of the Week, written especially by Thile for the evening’s program.

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

JULY 1 SUNDAY

JULY 2 MONDAY

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall*
String Quartet Marathon
The New Fromm Players
Julian ANDERSON String Quartet No. 3
(TMC co-commission)
John HARBISON String Quartet No. 4
(performed in honor of the composer's
80th birthday)

The Robert and Jane Mayer Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
Lang Lang, piano
MOZART Overture to The Magic Flute
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K.491
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 5

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER
8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Vocal and Instrumental Fellows
John Harbison, conductor
An Evening of Bach Cantatas

JULY 3 TUESDAY & JULY 4* WEDNESDAY

8pm, Shed
Popular Artist Series
James Taylor at Tanglewood
James Taylor returns to Tanglewood with his All-Star Band
for two nights!
Only New England performances this summer
*Proceeds from the July 4 concert will be donated by Kim and James Taylor to Tanglewood.
*Fireworks to follow the July 4 concert

JULY 5 THURSDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Eitan and Malka Evan Concert
Boston Symphony Chamber Players
Rudolf Buchbinder, piano
MOZART Quintet in E-flat for piano and winds, K.452
WEINBERG Sonata for solo double bass, Op. 108
BERNSTEIN Variations on an Octatonic Scale, for flute and cello
SCHUMANN Piano Quintet in E-flat, Op. 44

All programs and artists subject to change.

6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

8pm, Shed

*Grounds close between the 10am and
2:30pm concerts.

7pm, Shed
Popular Artists Series
Steve Miller Band
with Peter Frampton

JULY 6 FRIDAY

10am, Ozawa Hall*
Brass, Winds, and Percussion Extravaganza
Program to include
Ninfea CRUTTWELL-READE New work
(world premiere; TMC commission)

Opening Night at Tanglewood

JULY 7
SATURDAY

8pm, Shed
The Wacks Family Concert
Boston Pops Orchestra
Keith Lockhart,
conductor
Kathleen Marshall,
director and choreographer
David Chase, musical director
BERNSTEIN On the Town

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TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER
6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Tanglewood Music Center Fellows
Program to include
Alex TAYLOR New work for double basses
(world premiere; TMC commission)

A collaboration with choreographer Jerome Robbins and the writing team of Betty Comden and
Adolph Green, Leonard Bernstein’s On the Town—the story of three sailors on shore leave in New York
City—arrived on Broadway in December 1944, when he was just twenty-six. Based on his popular
ballet collaboration with Robbins, Fancy Free (being performed August 18), it was not only his first
musical, it was a first for Comden and Green, who would become Broadway and Hollywood legends in
their own right. Hit songs include “New York, New York” and “Some Other Time.”
Semi-staged performance

JULY 8 SUNDAY

2:30pm, Shed
Boston Symphony
Orchestra
Andris Nelsons,
conductor
Rudolf Buchbinder,
piano
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 1
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 5

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

10am, Ozawa Hall
TMC Chamber Music
Program to include
Theophilus CHANDLER New work for
voice and wind dectet (world premiere;
TMC commission)
George LEWIS Thistledown

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JULY 9 MONDAY

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Phyllis and Lee Coffey Memorial Concert
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
TMC Conducting Fellows
BERNSTEIN Opening Prayer (Benediction)
SMETANA Vyšehrad
DVOŘÁK Carnival Overture
STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben

JULY 11 WEDNESDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Jeremy Denk, piano
MOZART Rondo in A minor, K.511
PROKOFIEV Visions fugitives
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 30 in E, Op. 109
BEETHOVEN (arr. LISZT) An die ferne Geliebte
SCHUMANN Fantasy in C, Op. 17

JULY 12 THURSDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Instrumental Ensemble
Charles Prince, conductor
Alexandra Silber, soprano
Shuler Hensley, baritone
Vocal Ensemble
Jamie Bernstein, director
Selection from the Bernstein Songbook
BERNSTEIN Trouble in Tahiti

The lyrical, jazzy style of Leonard Bernstein’s 1952 one-act opera Trouble in Tahiti has much in common
with On the Town (July 7) and West Side Story (July 28). Bernstein himself wrote the libretto; the
scenario revolves around Dinah and her husband Sam’s disaffection with their rat-race, suburban life.
The plot has nothing to do with Tahiti; the title comes from a romantic movie Dinah contrasts with her
workaday, unromantic existence. Trouble in Tahiti was premiered in June 1952 at Brandeis University,
where Bernstein was on the faculty, and was presented by NBC on television the following November.
Semi-staged performance

JULY 13 FRIDAY

6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

8pm, Shed
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Moritz Gnann, conductor
Paul Lewis, piano
WAGNER Siegfried Idyll
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat, K.595
SCHUMANN Symphony No. 3, Rhenish

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JULY 14 SATURDAY

9:30am Pre-Rehearsal Talk

10:30am Rehearsal, Sunday program
8pm, Shed
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The Catherine and Paul Buttenwieser Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
Kristine Opolais, soprano (Mimì)
Piotr Beczała, tenor (Rodolfo)
Susanna Phillips, soprano (Musetta)
Franco Vassallo, baritone (Marcello)
Davide Luciano, baritone (Schaunard)
Luca Pisaroni, bass-baritone (Colline)
Paul Plishka, bass (Benoît/Alcindoro)
Neal Ferreira, tenor (Parpignol)
David Cushing, bass (Customs Sergeant)
Tanglewood Festival Chorus,
James Burton, conductor
Children’s Choir
PUCCINI La bohème

BU TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Young Artists Orchestra
Bruce Kiesling, conductor
Thomas Weaver, piano
BERNSTEIN Symphony No. 2,
The Age of Anxiety
SIBELIUS Symphony No. 2

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER
6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Tanglewood Music Center Fellows
Program to include
Bernard RANDS ...in the receding mist...
DVOŘÁK Piano Quintet No. 2 in A, Op. 81

Semi-staged performance; sung in Italian
with English supertitles

JULY 15
SUNDAY

2:30pm, Shed
The Nathan and Marilyn
Hayward Concert
Boston Symphony
Orchestra
Andris Nelsons,
conductor
Yuja Wang, piano
Raphael Bellamy Plaice,
boy soprano
Tanglewood Festival Chorus,
James Burton, conductor
MENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 4, Italian
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 1
BERNSTEIN Chichester Psalms

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

10am, Ozawa Hall
TMC Chamber Music
Program to include
DUTILLEUX Les Citations
Joan TOWER Quartet No. 5, White Water
BEETHOVEN Piano Trio in E-flat, Op. 70, No. 2
MENDELSSOHN Octet in E-flat for strings,
Op. 20

BU TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Young Artists Wind Ensemble
David J. Martins, conductor
Triton Brass, BUTI Brass Quintet-in-Residence
BERNSTEIN Slava!
John H. WALLACE The Vacant Shore
WOOLFENDEN French Impressions
Joan TOWER Fanfare for the Uncommon
Woman No. 3
MASLANKA A Child’s Garden of Dreams

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

JULY 16 MONDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
Herbert Blomstedt, conductor
TMC Conducting Fellows
MOZART Symphony No. 35, Haffner
BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No. 3
BRAHMS Symphony No. 4

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

JULY 17 TUESDAY
JULY 18 WEDNESDAY
8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Cynthia and Oliver Curme Concert
Pamela Frank, violin
Emanuel Ax, piano
ALL-MOZART PROGRAM
Violin Sonata No. 10 in B-flat, K.378
Violin Sonata No. 9 in F, K.377
Piano Sonata No. 15 in F, K.533
Violin Sonata No. 13 in B-flat, K.454

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Vocal Recital

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JULY 19 THURSDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Cynthia and Oliver Curme Concert
The Fleisher-Jacobson Piano Duo
Leon Fleisher, piano, and
Katherine Jacobson, piano
J.S. BACH Capriccio in B-flat, BWV 992 (“On the departure of a beloved brother”)
J.S. BACH Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor, BWV 903
J.S. BACH (arr. BRAHMS) Chaconne in D minor for the left hand
KIRCHNER L.H.
BRAHMS Sixteen Waltzes, Op. 39, for piano four-hands
RAVEL La Valse, for piano four-hands
Celebrating Leon Fleisher’s 90th birthday

JULY 20 FRIDAY

6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Tanglewood Festival Chorus
James Burton, conductor

8pm, Shed UnderScore Friday Concert
The Jackie and Larry Horn Family Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Herbert Blomstedt, conductor
Emanuel Ax, piano
ALL-MOZART PROGRAM
Piano Concerto No. 17 in G, K.453
Symphony No. 41, Jupiter

JULY 21 SATURDAY

9:30am Pre-Rehearsal Talk

10:30am Rehearsal, Sunday program

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER
6pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Vocal Prelude Concert

8pm, Shed
The Jenkins Family Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Herbert Blomstedt, conductor
Elizabeth Rowe, flute
Hannah Morrison, soprano
Elisabeth Kulman, mezzo-soprano
Nicholas Phan, tenor
Michael Nagy, baritone
Tanglewood Festival Chorus,
James Burton, conductor
MOZART Symphony No. 34
BERNSTEIN alil, Nocturne for flute and orchestra
HAYDN Missa in angustiis (Lord Nelson Mass)

JULY 22 SUNDAY

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

2:30pm, Shed
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Thomas Adès, conductor
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
Thomas ADÈS Suite from Powder Her Face
SIBELIUS Violin Concerto
SIBELIUS Symphony No. 5

10am, Ozawa Hall
TMC Chamber Music
Program to include
MOZART String Quintet No. 5 in D, K.593
Frederic RZEWSKI Coming Together
Brett DEAN Voices of Angels

JULY 23 MONDAY

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Vocal Recital

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
Stefan Asbury, conductor
TMC Conducting Fellows
TMC Vocal Fellows
BERNSTEIN Facsimile, Choreographic Essay
for Orchestra
Michael GANDOLFI New work for six voices
and orchestra (world premiere; TMC
commission)
COPLAND Symphony No. 3

JULY 24 TUESDAY
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8pm, Ozawa Hall
Emerson String Quartet
ALL-BEETHOVEN PROGRAM
String Quartet No. 12 in E-flat, Op. 127
String Quartet No. 16 in F, Op. 135
String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 131

Date Night Package available; see page 19 for details.
All programs and artists subject to change.

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FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

JULY 25 WEDNESDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Emerson String Quartet
ALL-BEETHOVEN PROGRAM
String Quartet No. 15 in A minor, Op. 132
String Quartet No. 13 in B-flat, Op. 130
Grosse Fuge in B-flat, Op. 133

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JULY 27 FRIDAY

6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Festival of Contemporary Music

8pm, Shed
The Fromm Concert at Tanglewood
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Juanjo Mena, conductor
Garrick Ohlsson, piano
BRITTEN Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat, K.271
BRAHMS Symphony No. 3

BSO Artistic Partner Thomas Adès, Director

Date Night Package available; see page 19 for details.

JULY 26–30 OZAWA HALL

The Festival of Contemporary Music has been endowed in perpetuity by the generosity of Dr. Raymond
H. and Mrs. Hannah H. Schneider, with additional support for the 2018 Festival from the Aaron Copland
Fund for Music, the Amphion Foundation, the Fromm Music Foundation, National Endowment for the
Arts, and the Helen F. Whitaker Fund.

JULY 28 SATURDAY

JULY 26 THURSDAY

10:30am Rehearsal, Sunday program

8pm, Ozawa Hall
FCM Chamber Music
Per NØRGÅRD Voyage Into the Golden Screen
NANCARROW Studies (2, 3c, 5, 9)
Veronika KRAUSAS Analemma
Francisco COLL Four Iberian Miniatures
Oliver Christophe LEITH New Work
(world premiere; TMC commission)

JULY 27 FRIDAY

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
The Fromm Concert at Tanglewood
FCM Chamber Music
Rebecca SAUNDERS Fletch
Chen YI As In a Dream
Poul RUDERS String Quartet No. 4
NANCARROW Etudes 6, 7
HARVEY String Quartet No. 3

JULY 28 SATURDAY

6pm, Ozawa Hall
FCM Prelude Concert
Judith WEIR Wake Your Wild Voice
Andrew NORMAN Light Screens
KURTÁG Életút Lebenslauf
Sean 2018
SHEPHERD
Oboe Quartet
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season

JULY 29 SUNDAY

10am, Ozawa Hall
FCM Chamber Music
Javier ALVAREZ Trompatufarria Al Pastor
Gerald BARRY Sextet
Harrison BIRTWISTLE Cortege
CASTIGLIONI Cantus Planus
Per NØRGÅRD String Quartet No. 10
Oliver KNUSSEN Reflection (U.S. premiere)
György KURTÁG Officium Breve

JULY 30 MONDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Margaret Lee Crofts Concert
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
Thomas Adès, conductor
TMC Conducting Fellows
Kirill Gerstein, piano
Poul RUDERS Thus Saw Saint John
Thomas ADÈS In Seven Days, for piano
and orchestra
Gerald BARRY From the Intelligence Park
LUTOSŁAWSKI Symphony No. 3

9:30am Pre-Rehearsal Talk

8pm, Shed
Boston Symphony Orchestra
David Newman, conductor
BERNSTEIN West Side Story

BU TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Young Artists Orchestra
Paul Haas, conductor
RACHMANINOFF Isle of the Dead
STRAVINSKY Le Sacre du printemps

Experience a thrilling presentation of this iconic film and winner of ten Academy
Awards, including Best Picture. The Boston Symphony plays Leonard Bernstein’s
electrifying score live, while the newly remastered film is shown on large screens
in high definition with the original vocals and dialogue intact. This classic romantic
tragedy, directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, and with lyrics by Stephen
Sondheim, is one of the greatest achievements in the history of movie musicals. It
features Robbins’ breathtaking choreography and a screenplay by Ernest Lehman
based on the masterful book by Arthur Laurents.

WEST
SIDE
STORY

A Mastercard Priceless® Experience
West Side Story © 1961
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Studios Inc. All rights
reserved. © A.M.P.A.S.

JULY 29 SUNDAY

BU TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE

2:30pm, Shed
Boston Symphony
Orchestra
Juanjo Mena, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin
HAYDN Symphony
No. 88
PROKOFIEV Violin
Concerto No. 1
MOZART Symphony No. 40

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Young Artists Wind Ensemble
H. Robert Reynolds, conductor
BERNSTEIN Overture to Candide
COPLAND Emblems
BERNSTEIN Suite from Mass
BERNSTEIN Symphonic Dances from
West Side Story
COPLAND A Lincoln Portrait

JULY 30 MONDAY

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

8pm, Ozawa Hall
See Festival of Contemporary Music
schedule on page 13 for the complete listing

*2018 Koussevitzky Artist

See Ozawa Hall Special prices

This program launches a multi-year survey at Tanglewood featuring Paul Lewis in piano works by
Haydn, Beethoven, and Brahms.

All programs and artists subject to change.

8pm, Shed UnderScore Friday Concert
The Serge and Olga Koussevitzky Memorial Concert
Sponsored by Jerry and Norma Strassler
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Ken-David Masur, conductor
Kirill Gerstein, piano*
GLINKA Overture to Ruslan and Ludmila
RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 2
STRAVINSKY The Firebird (complete)
*2018 Koussevitzky Artist
Date Night Package available; see page 19 for details.

9:30am Pre-Rehearsal Talk

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Thomas Adès, piano
Kirill Gerstein, piano*
DEBUSSY En blanc et noir, for two pianos
STRAVINSKY (arr. SHOSTAKOVICH) Symphony of Psalms, for two pianos
LUTOSŁAWSKI Variations on a Theme by Paganini, for two pianos
DEBUSSY Lindaraja, for two pianos
Thomas ADÈS Concert paraphrase on Powder Her Face, for two pianos
RAVEL Rapsodie espagnole, for two pianos

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Joan and Richard Barovick Concert
Paul Lewis, piano
HAYDN Sonata No. 49 in E-flat
BEETHOVEN Eleven Bagatelles, Op. 119
BRAHMS Four Pieces, Op. 119
HAYDN Sonata No. 32 in B minor
BEETHOVEN Six Bagatelles, Op. 126
HAYDN Sonata No. 40 in G

6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

AUGUST 4 SATURDAY

AUGUST 1 WEDNESDAY

AUGUST 2 THURSDAY

AUGUST 3 FRIDAY

10:30am Rehearsal, Sunday program
8pm, Shed
The Stephen and Dorothy
Weber Concert
Boston Symphony
Orchestra
Bramwell Tovey,
conductor
Nadine Sierra, soprano
Isabel Leonard, mezzosoprano
Kelley O’Connor, mezzo-soprano
Nicholas Phan, tenor
Elliot Madore, baritone
Eric Owens, bass-baritone
BERNSTEIN Songfest
SIBELIUS Symphony No. 2

AUGUST 5 SUNDAY

See Shed Special prices
2:30pm, Shed
The Joseph C. McNay/
New England
Foundation Concert
Boston Symphony
Orchestra
Dima Slobodeniouk,
conductor
Joshua Bell, violin
BORODIN Polovtsian Dances
WIENIAWSKI Violin Concerto No. 2
PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 5

BU TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Young Artists Chorus
Katie Woolf, conductor

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER
6pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Prelude Concert
SCHUBERT Octet in F for winds and strings,
D.803

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

10am, Ozawa Hall
TMC Chamber Music
J.S. BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
Charles WUORINEN Bearbeitungen über das
Glogauer Liederbuch
BEETHOVEN String Quartet No. 9 in C,
Op. 59, No. 3
SCHOENBERG Verklärte Nacht

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TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

AUGUST 7 TUESDAY
8pm, Shed

Tanglewood on Parade
The Gregory E. Bulger Foundation Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Boston Pops Orchestra
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
Bramwell Tovey, Keith Lockhart,
and John Williams, conductors
Kirill Gerstein, piano*
Program to include
RAVEL Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2
GERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue
TCHAIKOVSKY 1812 Overture
*2018 Koussevitzky Artist
Fireworks to follow the concert

Tanglewood on Parade
Chamber music and other activities
throughout the afternoon
2:30pm, Theater
TMC Percussion Ensemble
3:30pm, Tappan Porch
TMC Wind Ensemble
7:30pm, Shed
TMC Brass Fanfares

BU TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE

4pm, Ozawa Hall
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Young Artists Programs

AUGUST 9 THURSDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Daniel Freed and Shirlee Cohen Freed Memorial Concert
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
Stefan Asbury, conductor
Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Fellows
Daniel Fish, director
Terese Wadden, costume designer
Barbara Samuels, lighting designer
Jeff Larsen, video designer
BERNSTEIN A Quiet Place
(chamber ensemble version by Garth Edwin Sunderland)
Conceived as a sequel to his 1952 one-act opera Trouble in Tahiti (being performed July 12), and to
be heard here in a recent new version for chamber ensemble, A Quiet Place—Bernstein’s final work
for the stage—was originally premiered in 1983 on a double bill with Trouble in Tahiti. Providing
an intimate picture of family relationships, the story rejoins Sam from Trouble in Tahiti years later,
following Dinah’s unexpected death. Entering the picture are their son Junior, daughter Dede, and her
husband (and Junior’s former boyfriend) François. The final, closing scene for Sam and the three young
people brings closure and hope to their lives.

AUGUST 11 SATURDAY
9:30am Pre-Rehearsal Talk

10:30am Rehearsal, Sunday program
8pm, Shed

John Williams’ Film Night

The George and Roberta Berry Concert
Boston Pops
John Williams and
Andris Nelsons, conductors
John Williams’ Film Night has
long been established as one of
the Tanglewood calendar’s most
consistently captivating evenings. Join Mr. Williams
as he presents this year’s celebration of the music of
Hollywood and beyond featuring the Boston Pops and
BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons.

7pm, Shed

AUGUST 12 SUNDAY

See Shed Special prices
2:30pm, Shed
The George W. and Florence N. Adams Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Igor Levit, piano
Michael TILSON THOMAS Agnegram
RACHMANINOFF Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
MAHLER Symphony No. 1

Boston Symphony Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
Jamie Bernstein, host

From 1958 until 1972, Leonard Bernstein and the New York
Philharmonic presented a landmark series of televised Young People’s
Concerts™ which introduced classical music to millions of listeners. Inspired by Bernstein’s pioneering
work as an educator, the BSO and Andris Nelsons offer a one-time-only hour-long program designed
especially for young audiences and their families. Following in the great tradition of her father, Jamie
Bernstein will be the evening’s host and presenter.
Concert duration is approximately 60 minutes without intermission.

15  2018 season

6pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Prelude Concert
Program to include
TCHAIKOVSKY Souvenir de Florence, Op. 70

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

10am, Ozawa Hall
TMC Chamber Music
Program to include
ROCHBERG Quintet for Two Violins, Viola,
and Two Cellos

AUGUST 13 MONDAY

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

AUGUST 14 TUESDAY

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

See Young People’s Concert Shed prices

Young People’s Concert

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

A Mastercard Priceless® Experience

Fully staged performance; sung in English

AUGUST 10 FRIDAY

BU TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE

2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Young Artists Orchestra
Ken-David Masur, conductor
MENDELSSOHN Athalia Overture
DEBUSSY La Mer
PROKOFIEV Selections from Romeo and
Juliet, Suites 1 and 2

AUGUST 15 WEDNESDAY

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Chamber Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
TMC Conducting Fellows
Program to include
SCHREKER Chamber Symphony for twentythree instruments (1916)
HAYDN Symphony No. 97

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Vocal Recital

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Igor Levit, piano
JACK Quartet
BEETHOVEN Variations and Fugue in E-flat, Op. 35, Eroica
SCHOENBERG Ode to Napoleon, Op. 41
Frederic RZEWSKI The People United Will Never Be Defeated!

AUGUST 16 THURSDAY

AUGUST 19 SUNDAY

See Shed Special prices
2:30pm, Shed
The Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
Yo-Yo Ma, cello
COPLAND An Outdoor Overture
BERNSTEIN Three Meditations from Mass, for cello
and orchestra
John WILLIAMS New work for cello and orchestra
(world premiere)
BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Linda and Malcolm Griggs Concert
Skride Quartet
MAHLER Piano Quartet in A minor
MOZART Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, K.478
BRAHMS Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25

AUGUST 17 FRIDAY

6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

The 2018 Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert is supported by generous endowments established in
perpetuity by Dr. Raymond and Hannah H. Schneider, and Diane H. Lupean.

8pm, Shed UnderScore Friday Concert
The Valerie and Allen Hyman Family Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
Yefim Bronfman, piano
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 4
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 4

AUGUST 22 WEDNESDAY* & AUGUST 23 THURSDAY

Date Night Package available; see page 19 for details.

AUGUST 18 SATURDAY
9:30am Pre-Rehearsal Talk

10:30am Rehearsal, Sunday program
8pm, Shed
The Peggy Reiser and
Charles Cooney Concert
Boston Symphony
Orchestra
Andris Nelsons,
conductor
Boston Ballet,
Mikko Nissinen,
Boston Ballet performing Jerome Robbins's
artistic director
Fancy Free (photograph by Gene Schiavone)
Baiba Skride, violin
ALL-BERNSTEIN PROGRAM
Fancy Free*
Divertimento for Orchestra
Serenade (after Plato’s “Symposium”), for violin
and orchestra

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER
6pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Prelude Concert
Program to include
BERNSTEIN Dance Suite for Brass Quintet
BERNSTEIN Piano Trio

When Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins created the hit ballet Fancy Free in 1944, each was just
twenty-five years old. Bernstein’s first ballet score and Robbins’ first full-scale choreographic effort,
it catapulted both men to stardom. In what would become his signature style, Robbins combined
classical choreography with jazz and popular dance moves. Just months after Fancy Free was
premiered at the old Metropolitan Opera House, its scenario had become the basis for Bernstein and
Robbins’ hit Broadway musical On the Town (being performed July 7). Fancy Free will be presented here
in collaboration with Boston Ballet, using Robbins’s original choreography.
*Fully staged production
All programs and artists subject to change.

TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER

10am, Ozawa Hall
TMC Chamber Music
BARTÓK Quartet No. 3
SZYMANOWSKI Quartet No. 2
ROCHBERG Octet (A Grand Fantasia)

8pm, Ozawa Hall
*The Susan and Joel Cartun Concert
The Knights
Eric Jacobsen, conductor
Miles Mykkanen, tenor (Candide)
Sharleen Joynt, soprano (Cunegonde)
Alex Mansoori, tenor (Baron/Governor/Vanderdendur/Ragotski)
Gabriel Preisser, baritone (Maximilian/Grand Inquisitor)
Courtney Lopes and John Eirich, dancers
Alison Moritz, stage director
John Heginbotham, choreographer
Aaron Copp, lighting designer
Amanda Seymour, costume designer
BERNSTEIN Candide

Leonard Bernstein’s delightful 1956 comic operetta Candide is based on the 18th-century philosopher
Voltaire’s satirical novel, which follows the title character’s traumatic adventures in imperial Europe
and semi-civilized South America. All the while, his teacher’s philosophy of “All’s for the best in this
best of all possible worlds” is put to the test. Candide’s vain sweetheart Cunegonde undergoes even
worse trials as they’re separated and reunited. Lillian Hellman wrote the original play; the song lyrics
were mostly by poet Richard Wilbur. The score includes such familiar numbers as “Glitter and Be Gay”
and “Make Our Garden Grow.”
Fully staged performances

AUGUST 24 FRIDAY

6pm, Ozawa Hall
Prelude Concert
Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

8pm, Shed
The Jean Thaxter Brett Memorial Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, conductor
Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano
Tanglewood Festival Chorus,
James Burton, conductor
Children’s Choir
MAHLER Symphony No. 3

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THE BERNSTEIN CENTENNIAL
CELEBRATION AT TANGLEWOOD

One Day University at Tanglewood

AUGUST 26 SUNDAY
9:30am–1:15pm, Ozawa Hall

Foreign Policy, Sleep, and Climate Change

One Day University, the acclaimed lifelong learning series, returns to Tanglewood
for the eighth year! Join these award-winning professors from three renowned
schools, each presenting their best lecture in Ozawa Hall. Then join guest
conductor Christoph Eschenbach and the BSO for the 2018 season finale
performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.
American Foreign Policy: Where Are We Headed?
Stephen Kotkin, Professor of History and International Affairs, Princeton University
The Science of Sleep: How it Affects Creativity, Focus, and Memory
Jessica Payne, Professor of Psychology, University of Notre Dame
Climate Change: What We Know and What We Don’t Know
David Helfand, Professor of Astronomy, Columbia University

AUGUST 25 SATURDAY
9:30am Pre-Rehearsal Talk

General Registration: $159
Each registration includes all three lectures, VIP parking, plus one complimentary lawn admission or a
10% discount on a Shed ticket for the August 26 Shed concert at 2:30pm.

10:30am, Rehearsal, Sunday program
8pm, Shed

See Bernstein Centennial Celebration Shed prices

The Bernstein Centennial Celebration at Tanglewood
Boston Symphony Orchestra*
Andris Nelsons, Christoph Eschenbach, Keith Lockhart,
Michael Tilson Thomas, and John Williams, conductors
Audra McDonald, host and vocalist
Midori, violin
Yo-Yo Ma, cello
Kian Soltani, cello
Nadine Sierra, soprano
Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano
Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano
Thomas Hampson, baritone
Jessica Vosk and Tony Yazbeck, vocalists
James Darrah, director
Tanglewood Festival Chorus,
James Burton, conductor

Reflecting the season-long theme, The Bernstein Centennial Celebration at Tanglewood spotlights
Bernstein’s wide-ranging talents as a composer, his many gifts as a great interpreter and
champion of other composers, and his role as an inspirer of a new generation of musicians and
music lovers across the country and around the globe. The gala concert will feature a kaleidoscopic
array of artists and ensembles from the worlds of classical music, film, and Broadway. The entire
first half of the program is dedicated to selections from such brilliant Bernstein works as Candide,
West Side Story, Mass, and Serenade. Music from the classical canon very dear to Bernstein’s
heart—selections from Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn and music by Copland—plus a new work
by John Williams, makes up a good portion of the program’s second half; the finale of Mahler’s
Resurrection Symphony brings the concert to a dramatic close.
*joined by members of the New York Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra,
Tanglewood
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2018
seasonMusic Center Orchestra, Pacific Music Festival, and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.

AUGUST 26 SUNDAY

2:30pm, Shed
The Evelyn and Samuel Lourie Memorial Concert
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Christoph Eschenbach, conductor
Hanna-Elisabeth Müller, soprano
Sasha Cooke, mezzo-soprano
Joseph Kaiser, tenor
Thomas Hampson, baritone
Tanglewood Festival Chorus,
James Burton, conductor
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 9

SEPTEMBER 2 SUNDAY

See Shed Special prices

2:30pm, Shed
Popular Artists Series
Steve Martin and Martin Short
An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest Of Your Life, with the Steep
Canyon Rangers and Jeff Babko

How to Purchase Tickets
Starting January 28 at 10am:
SymphonyCharge 617-266-1200 or 888-266-1200
TDD/TTY 617-638-9289
Visit tanglewood.org.
Symphony Hall Box Office, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA.
Starting June 13 at 10am:
Tanglewood Box Office (main entrance), West Street, Lenox, MA.
All phone and online orders are subject to a $6.50 per ticket handling fee.
For further information please call
413-637-1600

Grounds Opening Times

Fridays:
5:30pm
Saturdays: 5:30pm for evening concerts, 9am for Rehearsals
Sundays: Noon, or one hour before BUTI and TMC concerts
Note: Times vary for Popular Artists, Ozawa Hall Concerts, Tanglewood on Parade, and other special events.

Policies
BSO and TMC Prelude Concert Tickets

Prelude Concerts feature smaller-scale works performed by members of the Boston Symphony
Orchestra on Fridays, or TMC Fellows on Saturdays, often joined by distinguished guests. Friday- or
Saturday-evening BSO concert tickets admit patrons to the same day’s Prelude Concert, which takes
place at 6pm in Ozawa Hall. Seating for Prelude Concerts is available on a first-come, first-served basis
when the grounds open.

Accessible Seating

Accessible seats are available. Contact our Access Services Administrator at 617-638-9431 or email
access@bso.org. Please note that balcony levels of Ozawa Hall are not accessible by elevator. Patrons
who have difficulty climbing stairs will be seated on the orchestra level of the hall. If you require
orchestra-level seating, please inform the box office when purchasing tickets so that you can be
accommodated. For more information, go to tanglewood.org/access.

Lawn Ticket Policy

Individual lawn tickets for regularly priced Shed and Ozawa Hall concerts are not valid for specially
priced concerts. For groups of adults or children, including tours and camps, please call the Group Sales
Office at 617-638-9345 or 800-933-4255.

Lawn Ticket Upgrade

Tanglewood Music Center Tickets
TMC Orchestra Concerts in Ozawa Hall (July 9, 16, 23, 30, August 9, 13)
Floor, Loge & Balcony: $57, $47, $37
Lawn: $13
TMC Recitals, Chamber Music, String Quartet Marathon: $13
Festival of Contemporary Music Concerts (excluding the TMC Orchestra concert on July 30): $13
BUTI Young Artists Orchestra Concerts: $13
BUTI Young Artists Wind Ensemble and Chorus Concerts: Free
General public and Tanglewood donors up to $100: TMC Orchestra, TMC Recital, and BUTI concert
tickets are available for purchase in advance online, by phone, or in person at the Box Office. For BUTI
and TMC recitals in Ozawa Hall, the Bernstein Gate Box Office opens two hours in advance at Ozawa
Hall. Gates open one hour prior to concert time. TMC Orchestra concert tickets may be purchased on
the day of the concert at the Ozawa Box Office. Please note: availability of seats inside Ozawa Hall is
limited and concerts may sell out.
Friends of Tanglewood receive one free admission per membership card to all TMC Fellow recital,
chamber, and Festival of Contemporary Music performances (excluding TMC Orchestra concerts).
For information on Friends membership, or to view a list of valid performances, please visit
tanglewood.org/friendsoffice or call 617-638-9267.



Lawn tickets for selected concerts may be upgraded for tickets inside the Shed for the cost of the
difference between the lawn ticket price and the price of the seat in the Shed, based on availability of
tickets. Not valid for lawn tickets that have no dollar value (e.g., complimentary tickets, passes, etc.).

Children 5 Years of Age and Under

Please note that children 5 years of age and under are not permitted in the Koussevitzky Music Shed
or in Seiji Ozawa Hall during performances, but are welcome to sit on the lawn. Please note that there
are kids’ activities on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons.

Student Discount

Tanglewood offers a 50% discount on BSO Friday-evening lawn tickets for college and graduate
students, 18 and over, with a student ID. Tickets must be purchased in person at the Main Box Office,
only on the night of the performance.

Grounds Guidelines

Cooking, open flames, sports activities, bikes, scooters, skateboards, hoverboards, drones, and other
similar unmanned aircraft are prohibited from the Tanglewood grounds. Small, open-sided tents and
umbrellas are permitted in designated areas of the lawn. No eating or drinking is permitted inside any
of the concert halls. During Shed concerts, children may only play ball, or other games, in designated
areas, so as not to disturb others. Photography and video recordings are prohibited during concerts.
Shirts and shoes must be worn inside concert halls. No areas of the lawn may be staked or cordoned
off for any reason. For security reasons, we reserve the right to inspect bags and other items brought
onto the grounds.

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Tanglewood Amenities & Special Offerings
Summer Sundays, noon–2pm

On Sunday afternoons, July 8 through August 26, when the gates open at noon, enjoy new and
exciting events for all ages to enhance your Tanglewood experience. Activities take place at various
locations throughout the grounds, including:
• Food and beer tastings featuring specialties of the region
• Kids’ Corner, a craft station for kids and families
• Watch and Play, an interactive musical experience for kids
• What’s That Sound?, introducing different instruments of the orchestra
• The Tanglewood Tattoo Tent, temporary tattoos for the young and young at heart
Additional adult-focused offerings including lectures, performances, and musical demonstrations take
place in the Theatre from 12:30–1:30pm:
July 8: Bernstein on Broadway, with Keith Lockhart and guests
July 15: Special performance by children’s chorus
July 22: The Tanglewood Landscape—Past, Present, and Future, with Tanglewood Grounds Supervisor
Bruce Peeples and Landscape Architect Adrian Nial
July 29: The Art of Film Scoring, with David Newman
August 5: Piano master class with Kirill Gerstein
August 12: Harp demonstration with Tanglewood Music Center Fellows
August 19: Performance by Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Ensemble
August 26: Bernstein and Tanglewood—From the BSO Archives, with BSO Archivist Bridget Carr

Clark Art Institute Package

Two Clark admissions plus two Tanglewood lawn tickets · $55*
Experience great works of art in a setting of profound natural beauty. The Clark’s collection features
European and American paintings, sculpture, works on paper, and decorative arts from the Renaissance
to the early twentieth century. Summer exhibitions include Women Artists in Paris, 1850–1900 and The
Art of Iron: Objects from the Musée Le Secq des Tournelles, Rouen, Normandy. *Some restrictions apply.
Tickets are not valid for Popular Artists concerts.

Norman Rockwell Museum Package

Two Museum admissions and two Tanglewood lawn tickets · $60*
“A must-see in the Berkshires!” World’s largest collection of original Rockwell art, and featured American
illustrators. This summer's exhibit, Parrish, Wyeth, Rockwell and the Narrative Tradition. Artists N. C.
Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish, and Norman Rockwell are three of the most recognized narrative picture
makers of the past century. Tour Rockwell’s Studio and dine at the Terrace Café, open May through
October. Free gallery talks. 36 scenic acres. Just 4 miles from Tanglewood. Open year-round. Kids Free!
413-298- 4100 • NRM.org. *Some restrictions apply. Tickets are not valid for Popular Artists concerts.

Under 40? Tickets $20!

$20 tickets for attendees under age 40 will be available during the 2018 Tanglewood season for BSO
and Boston Pops performances in the Shed. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Choose as many dates as you like, with a limit of one pair of tickets per concert. This program does not
apply to organized groups. Some blackout dates apply. Visit tanglewood.org for more information.
$20 Under 40 tickets will be available for sale in May 2018.
The 2018 Tanglewood $20 Under 40 ticket program is supported by a generous gift from the Pumpkin
Foundation/Joe and Carol Reich.

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UnderScore Fridays at Tanglewood

Three Friday-evening Shed performances will be part of the popular UnderScore Friday series this
season. At these performances, patrons will hear comments about the program directly from an
onstage BSO musician. UnderScore Fridays will occur on July 20, August 3, and August 17.

Date Nights at Tanglewood

Date Night packages are available on July 20 and 27, and August 3 and 17. The package includes a preconcert dinner for two at Highwood and two premium tickets in the Shed for $180, or two lawn tickets
and two lawn chairs plus a pre-concert dinner at Highwood for $150. Both packages include a tour of
the grounds.

Yoga on the Lawn

Once again this summer, in collaboration with the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, Tanglewood is
pleased to offer hour-long yoga classes taught by fully accredited Kripalu teachers from 10:15–11:15am
on Saturday mornings (weather permitting). Located on the lawn near the Tanglewood Visitor Center,
these weekly classes are available at no additional charge to Saturday-morning BSO Rehearsal ticketholders, on July 14, 21, and 28, and August 4, 11, 18, and 25.

Tours of Tanglewood

The Boston Symphony Association of Volunteers offers free walking tours of the Tanglewood campus.
The tours last approximately one hour and include visits to the Koussevitzky Music Shed, Ozawa Hall,
other music facilities, the Visitor Center history rooms, and more. Experienced volunteer guides discuss
the historical background of Tanglewood, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Tanglewood Music
Center. Reservations are not required. Tours begin at the Visitor Center at the Tanglewood Manor
House. From July 7 through August 26, free public walk-up tours take place when the grounds are
open each Tuesday at 1:30pm, Wednesday at 10:30am, Saturday at 1:30pm, and Sunday at 12:30pm
(Sunday tours open to ticket-holders only). Schedule subject to change. In the event of inclement
weather, tours will meet informally under cover. Private group tours for a minimum of 25 people may
be arranged (at least two weeks in advance) for a fee. For more information, call the Office of Volunteer
Services at 413-637-5393 or email bsav@bso.org.

Talks and Walks

Talks and Walks is a series of informal conversations presented by the Boston Symphony Association
of Volunteers, featuring guest artists and members of the BSO family. Bring along a picnic lunch and
join us in the Tent Club on Thursday afternoons, July 5 through August 23, for lively and informative
discussions. The Tent Club opens at noon, talks begin at 1pm. Tickets are $134 for the full series.
Friends of Tanglewood and Tanglewood Business Partners receive a discount ($112 for the full
series). Single tickets may be purchased the day of the event at the Tent Club from noon–1pm. Single
tickets are $19 each, and Friends of Tanglewood and Business Partners can purchase single tickets
for $16 each. Single tickets will not be sold in advance. For additional information, call 413-637-5393
or email bsav@bso.org.
The Talks and Walks series is supported by a gift from the Perles Law Firm in honor of the victims of the
Beirut Marine Barracks Bombing and their families.

Lawn Chair and Seat Cushion Rental

Seat cushions are available for a rental fee of $2 per cushion and lawn chairs are available for rent for a
$5 fee (cash and credit card accepted) prior to each concert. Discounts are available when renting 10 or
more chairs. Reservations may be placed when buying tickets through the Group Sales office. Rentals
are subject to availability. Lawn chairs and seat cushions are available at the Beer Garden near the
main entrance to the Shed, and next to Ozawa Hall for Ozawa Hall concerts.

Tanglewood for Kids

Saturday-Morning Rehearsals

Free lawn tickets for children and young people up to 17! Tanglewood is pleased to offer free lawn tickets
for children and young people age 17 and younger. Up to four free children’s tickets are available per
parent/legal guardian per concert at the Tanglewood Box Office on the day of the concert. Children under
five are not permitted in the Koussevitzky Music Shed or Seiji Ozawa Hall during concerts. All patrons,
regardless of age, must have a ticket. This free lawn ticket policy does not apply to organized groups of
children. For Popular Artist concerts, free lawn tickets are only available for children under 2.
The 2018 Tanglewood Free Lawn Tickets for Children and Young People Program is supported by a
generous gift from the Pumpkin Foundation/Joe and Carol Reich.

Saturday-Morning Rehearsal Shed seats are reserved/ticketed seating only, not general admission.
$34 (Front and Boxes)
$24 (Rear)
$14 (Lawn)
Please note: Rehearsals may focus on a particular passage or occasionally repeat a passage and may
also omit movements or entire pieces.
Rehearsal subscriptions are also available. Choose a minimum of four Rehearsals and receive a
discount of 15% off the regular ticket price. The Saturday-Morning Rehearsals begin at 10:30am,
with a Pre-Rehearsal Talk at 9:30am free to Rehearsal ticket holders. Rehearsals take place on
July 14, 21, and 28, and August 4, 11, 18, and 25.

As part of Summer Sundays, each week will feature a fun, interactive musical presentation for
audiences of all ages. Either “What’s That Sound?” which introduces various instruments of the
orchestra with a demonstration and Q&A, or “Watch and Play,” sponsored by the Boston Symphony
Association of Volunteers, which offers a musical performance specifically designed to engage
children ages 3–10. The program will be offered at 1pm each Sunday from July 8 to August 26.
Tickets to the Sunday-afternoon concert performance are required.

$180 through June 23
$190 after June 23
Lawn Pass Books contain 11 tickets that are valid for all regular and specially priced BSO and Pops
concerts in the Koussevitzky Music Shed and Ozawa Hall. Tickets are not valid for Popular Artists.

Lawn Pass Books

Berkshire Resident Season Lawn Pass

Kids’ Corner is offered at 9:30am on Saturdays and noon on Sundays. However, on days of Watch
and Play, Kids’ Corner will begin at 2pm. Children accompanied by adults may take part in musical
and crafts activities supervised by BSO staff. Please stop by the Tanglewood Visitor Center for more
information. Tickets to the Sunday concert or Saturday-morning rehearsal are required.

Year-round Berkshire County residents of Massachusetts may purchase a season lawn pass for $100. A
valid MA license is required to obtain the photo ID pass. Passes will be available for purchase at the Main
Gate Box Office beginning June 13. Must be purchased in person. Pass is not valid for Popular Artists.

Dining Options

The Tanglewood Grass Pass is a season lawn pass for $225. This pass is non-transferable. Passes will
be available for purchase at the Main Gate Box Office beginning June 13. Must be purchased in person.
Pass is not valid for Popular Artists.

The Highwood Manor House will be open to the public for dinner on Friday and Saturday, and for
Sunday brunch. Highwood offers an elegant buffet dinner at a fixed price of $65 per person and a
Sunday Brunch buffet for $45 (inclusive of tax; 18% gratuity will be added to the bill). Cocktails, bottled
wine, and à la carte desserts are also available. For reservations, call 413-637-4486 at least 48 hours in
advance. Highwood will also be open post-concert on Sundays for cocktails and light appetizers.
Also enjoy the convenience of two casual dining locations at Tanglewood—the casual fare of the
Tanglewood Café and the Tanglewood Grille featuring Taste of the Berkshires with offerings from
local favorite restaurants. Or feast on the bounty of our quintessential lawn picnics to be savored
on the spacious grounds. Picnics may be ordered in advance online at tanglewood.org/dining or
by phone at 413-637-5152. For light snacks and beverages, the Shed and Tappan Shacks and the
Shed Beer Garden will be open when the grounds are open for Shed concerts. The Bernstein Gate
Concession opens when the grounds are open for concerts in Ozawa Hall.

Group Discounts

For complete information on group benefits, including ticket discounts, advance ticket sales, and
exclusive use of our private tents either before or after your concert, please call the Group Sales Office
at 617-638-9345 or 800-933-4255.

Bus Service

Bus service to the Lenox area is offered by Peter Pan and Greyhound Bus Lines. For fare and scheduling
information, please call 800-343-9999 or 800-231-2222. Special excursions are offered by the
Berkshire Tour Company at 781-438-8620.

Grass Pass

Each ticket constitutes a license from the BSO to the Purchaser. No tickets may be transferred or resold for any price
above the purchase price printed on the ticket. By accepting a ticket you are agreeing to the terms of this license. Tickets
that are lost or stolen cannot be re-mailed. Reprinted tickets will be held for pick up at the Box Office. Reprinted tickets
may be picked up on the day of the performance, by showing the credit card used for the purchase and a picture ID.
We regret there can be no refunds, even in the event of inclement weather.
All programs and artists are subject to change.
Tanglewood is a registered service mark of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
Photography: Marco Borggreve, Hilary Scott, Lisa Whitman, BSO Archives
Andris Nelsons, Ray and Maria Stata Music Director
Thomas Adès, Deborah and Philip Edmundson Artistic Partner
James Burton, Alan and Suzanne Dworsky BSO Choral Director and Conductor of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus
Keith Lockhart, Julian and Eunice Cohen Boston Pops Conductor
John Williams, George and Roberta Berry Boston Pops Conductor Laureate
Mark Volpe, Eunice and Julian Cohen Managing Director
Anthony Fogg, William I. Bernell Artistic Administrator and Director of Tanglewood

Lodging

Contact the Berkshire Visitors Bureau at 413-743-4500, or berkshires.org, to obtain a guide to lodging,
dining, and other activities in the area. You may also patronize the many generous Tanglewood
Business Partners who support our organization. For a complete list, visit tanglewood.org/partners.


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OFFICIAL CHAUFFEURED
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Ticket Prices & Seating Information
Koussevitzky Music Shed
Regular Concert

First Price

$104

Second Price Third Price

$85

Fourth Price

Fifth Price

Lawn

$23

N/A

$21

$57

Seiji Ozawa Hall · The Florence Gould Auditorium
First Price

Second Price

Third Price

$58

$47

$35

Lawn

stage $19

Special Concert

$114

$97

$70

$47

$34

$23

Regular Concert

Friday-evening Concert

$104

$85

$57

$23

$16

$12

Special Concert

$68

$58

$45

Boston Pops

$128

$109

$78

$57

$44

$23

Tanglewood on Parade (8/7)

$114

$97

$70

$47

$34

$24

Béla Fleck and the Flecktones
(6/29)
ozawa hall prices key:

$79

$65

$49

$20

Young People’s Concert (8/10)

$45

N/A

N/A

$25

N/A

$12

First
Price 7/16, 7/23,floor, loges, first balcony front
TMC Orchestra
(7/9,
$57
7/30, 8/9, 8/13)

$47

$37

$13

$2500/
$1500

$750/
$125

$95

$65

$44

$25

One Day University
(8/26)
Third Price

*Tickets at $750 and up include Centennial Celebration dinner and concert. Contact Kathleen Pendleton at 617-638-9391 for more information.

$45

Regular Concert

N/A

$92

Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton (7/2)

$109

$89

$75

Special Concert

$55

$104

James Taylor (7/3 & 7/4)

$115

$83

N/A

Friday-evening
Concert

$92

Steve Martin and Martin Short (9/2)

$149

$109

$89

ce

Pri

Pri

ird

ce

Th

co
Se

$52

$87

N/A

$62

$76

N/A

$21$21

N/A

$19

$43

$33/16*

$31

$20

$52

$22

$15

$9

Boston Pops

$117

$101

$72

Tanglewood
on Parade (8/7)

$104

$87

$62

$2,500* ozawa hall prices key:
$1,000* $250
$160
$100
$75

Mutter
(7/12)
Third PriceAnne-Sophie
second
balcony

$99

$79

$65

$20

Chris Botti (8/5)

$99

$79

$65

$21

Jazz

$63

$53

$42

$20

Family Concert (8/25)

$10, free for kids under 18

$30

$31 first$20
balcony sides/rear

Purchase a pass to the 2012 Festival of Contemporary Music,orchestra
valid for all six
Tanglewood Music Center performances on August 9, 10, 11, 12 (10am & 8pm),
and 13.

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Please note: Balcony levels of Ozawa Hall are not currently accessible by elevator. Patrons who
have difficulty climbing stairs will be seated on the orchestra level of the hall. If you require
orchestra-level seating, please inform the Box Office when purchasing tickets so that you will
$53 accommodated.
$43
$34
$18
be
stage

Regular Concert
Special Concert
TMC Orchestra

ce

wn

stage

3

e

2

1

ric

5

7

6

first balcony

9

dP

Special/Friday/Pops/TOP concerts: rear
section sides

17

co
n

Fifth Price

15

ce

Special/Friday/Pops/TOP concerts: rear
section. Regular concerts: rear center section

stage

Festival of Contemporary Music Pass $50

second balcony

Pri

Fourth Price

4

$19

second balcony

13

box seats
8

$20

Se

middle section sides, front section outsides,
front of rear center section

$11

$65

floor, loges, first balcony front

st

Third Price

20

14

16

18

11

$34

$79

$21

Fir

middle section, front section sides, and
Second Price
box seats

12

$43

$99

$42
$31

(Orchestral Concerts Only)

front section center

$53

Silk Road Ensemble (6/22 & 24)

$53

Third Price

First Price

$34

$42

$43

First
Price
Popular Artists Concert Policy: Please note that crowds may stand and/or dance during
concert.
$500*the
This is at the artist's discretion. Please plan accordingly and take this into consideration
at the
time
of
Opening Night
$104*
$87
$62
Second
Price $43
(7/6)
your ticket purchase.

Shed Prices Key

$43
$53

Pri

75th Gala (7/14)

$53
$63

first balcony
Second Price
TMC Orchestra
$21
sides/rear

$32/16*

$18
stage

Regular Concert
Special Concert

La

*Lower Lawn price for children ages 2–17 only.

N/A

$28

floor, loges, first
balcony front

First Price

ird

$59



nd

Pri

st
Fir

N/A

N/A$76

wn

$60

ce

$80

Ozawa Hall Prices Key
wn

Live from Here at Tanglewood (6/30)

$24
$26/13*

La

N/A

ce

N/A

$49

Pri

$45

$69

Pri

$60

$89

th

$76

$119

ur

$125

Andy Grammer (6/22)

ce

Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me! (6/21)

ce

$26/13*

Pri

N/A

La

$49.50

ce

$69.50

ird

$74.50

Pri

$99.50

nd

$40/20*

Th

N/A

co

$70

ce

$90

Pri

$130

orchestra

Se

$170

st

Lawn

$159 general admission

second balcony

Fir

Fifth Price

th

Second Price Third Price Fourth Price

Fif

First Price

Fo

Popular Artists†

Roger Daltrey performs The Who’s
TOMMY (6/15)
Stephen Stills & Judy Collins (6/17)

first balcony sides/rear

$40
Festival of Contemporary Music Pass
Purchase a pass to the 2018 Festival of Contemporary Music, valid for general admission to five
performances (includes lawn ticket only for July 30 concert at 8pm). Donors of $100 and above
should note benefits regarding complimentary tickets to FCM concerts.

Th

Bernstein Centennial Celebration (8/25)*

Second Price

$20

$63

$53

$42

$19

$53

$43

$34

$11

Silk Road Ensemble (6/22 & 24)

$99

$79

$65

$20

Anne-Sophie Mutter (7/12)

$99

$79

$65

$20

2018 Season Calendar
monday

tuesday

F O L LOW U S

wednesday thursday

JUNE · JULY

friday

saturday

sunday

15 JUNE 16

17

8pm, Shed
Roger Daltrey
performs The
Who’s TOMMY

2:30pm, Shed
Stephen Stills &
Judy Collins

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

7pm, Shed
Steve Miller Band
Peter Frampton

8pm, Shed
James Taylor
at Tanglewood

8pm, Shed
James Taylor
at Tanglewood

8pm, Shed
Wait Wait...
Don't Tell Me!

7pm, Shed
Andy Grammer

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Béla Fleck and
the Flecktones

8pm, Ozawa Hall
8pm, Shed
Boston Symphony Opening Night
Chamber Players
at Tanglewood
Rudolf Buchbinder BSO
Andris Nelsons
Lang Lang

5:45pm, Shed
Live from Here
with Chris Thile
at Tanglewood

8pm, Shed
Boston Pops
Orchestra
Keith Lockhart
On the Town

2:30pm, Shed
Boston Pops
Audra McDonald
Andy Einhorn

2:30pm, Shed
BSO
Andris Nelsons
Rudolf Buchbinder

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Orchestra
Herbert Blomstedt
TMC Conducting
Fellows

8pm, Ozawa Hall
8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Orchestra
Emerson String
Stefan Asbury
Quartet
TMC Conducting
and Vocal Fellows

30

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Jeremy Denk

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Pamela Frank
Emanuel Ax

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Emerson String
Quartet

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Festival of
Contemporary
Music
TMC Orchestra
All programs and artists subject to change.

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Instrumental and
Vocal Ensemble
Trouble in Tahiti

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The FleisherJacobson Piano
Duo

8pm, Shed
BSO
Moritz Gnann
Paul Lewis

8pm, Shed
BSO
Herbert Blomstedt
Emanuel Ax

8pm, Shed
BSO
Juanjo Mena
Garrick Ohlsson

8pm, Shed
BSO
Andris Nelsons
La bohème

8pm, Shed
BSO
Herbert Blomstedt
Elizabeth Rowe

8pm, Shed
BSO
David Newman
West Side Story

2:30pm, Shed
BSO
Andris Nelsons
Yuja Wang

tuesday

1

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Thomas Adès
Kirill Gerstein

AUG 2

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Paul Lewis

6

7

8

9

14

15

8pm, Shed
Tanglewood on
Parade
BSO
Boston Pops
Orchestra
TMC Orchestra
Bramwell Tovey,
Keith Lockhart,
and John Williams

13

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Orchestra
Andris Nelsons
TMC Conducting
Fellows

20

21

2:30pm, Shed
BSO
Thomas Adès
Christian Tetzlaff

2:30pm, Shed
BSO
Juanjo Mena
Gil Shaham

wednesday thursday

AUGUST ·
SEPTEMBER

10am, Ozawa Hall
Brass, Winds,
and Percussion
Extravaganza
2:30pm, Ozawa Hall
String Quartet
Marathon

9

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Orchestra
Andris Nelsons
TMC Conducting
Fellows

JULY

monday

27

28

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Igor Levit
JACK Quartet

22

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Knights
Eric Jacobsen
Candide

29

8pm, Ozawa Hall
TMC Orchestra
A Quiet Place
Stefan Asbury

16

8pm, Ozawa Hall
Skride Quartet

23

8pm, Ozawa Hall
The Knights
Eric Jacobsen
Candide

30

friday

saturday

sunday

3

4

5

10

11

12

17

18

19

24

25

26

31

1

8pm, Shed
BSO
Kirill Gerstein

7pm, Shed
BSO
Andris Nelsons
Jamie Bernstein
Young People's
Concert

8pm, Shed
BSO
Andris Nelsons
Yefim Bronfman

8pm, Shed
BSO
Andris Nelsons
Susan Graham

8pm, Shed
BSO
Bramwell Tovey

8pm, Shed
John Williams'
Film Night
Boston Pops
John Williams and
Andris Nelsons

8pm, Shed
BSO
Andris Nelsons
Boston Ballet
Baiba Skride

8pm, Shed
The Bernstein
Centennial
Celebration at
Tanglewood

2:30pm, Shed
BSO
Joshua Bell

2:30pm, Shed
BSO
Michael Tilson
Thomas
Igor Levit

2:30pm, Shed
TMC Orchestra
Andris Nelsons
Yo-Yo Ma

2:30pm, Shed
BSO
Christoph
Eschenbach

SEPT 2

2:30pm, Shed
Steve Martin and
Martin Short

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VT
7

87

Brattleboro
93

88 Albany
20

NY

Lenox

2

Pittsfield

Tanglewood

Stockbridge

Boston
9O

84
8

684

RI

Hartford

CT

7

84

NJ

MA

Springfield

pky

78

95

Concord

91

9O

80

ME

NH

Providence

95

New Haven

New York

directions

From Boston, take the MA Turnpike (I-90) west to Exit 2.
From New York City and New Jersey, take the Taconic State
Parkway 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).
Free parking is available.

Boston Symphony Orchestra
Symphony Hall
301 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-4511

between lenox
and stockbridge
617-266-1200
888-266-1200
tanglewood.org

tickets on sale
sunday, january 28

VT
7

87

Brattleboro
93

88 Albany
20

NY

Lenox

2

Pittsfield

Tanglewood

Stockbridge

Boston
9O

84
8

684

RI

Hartford

CT

7

84

NJ

MA

Springfield

pky

78

95

Concord

91

9O

80

ME

NH

Providence

95

New Haven

New York

directions

From Boston, take the MA Turnpike (I-90) west to Exit 2.
From New York City and New Jersey, take the Taconic State
Parkway 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).
Free parking is available.

Boston Symphony Orchestra
Symphony Hall
301 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-4511

between lenox
and stockbridge
617-266-1200
888-266-1200
tanglewood.org

tickets on sale
sunday, january 28

VT
7

87

Brattleboro
93

88 Albany
20

NY

Lenox

2

Pittsfield

Tanglewood

Stockbridge

Boston
9O

84
8

684

RI

Hartford

CT

7

84

NJ

MA

Springfield

pky

78

95

Concord

91

9O

80

ME

NH

Providence

95

New Haven

New York

directions

From Boston, take the MA Turnpike (I-90) west to Exit 2.
From New York City and New Jersey, take the Taconic State
Parkway 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).
Free parking is available.

Boston Symphony Orchestra
Symphony Hall
301 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-4511

between lenox
and stockbridge
617-266-1200
888-266-1200
tanglewood.org

tickets on sale
sunday, january 28


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