Tanglewood Learning Institute's Full Tilt presents Bill Barclay & Concert Theatre Works' The Black Mozart, a program on Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Bologne was a decorated military officer, champion swordsman, acclaimed violinist, composer, and conductor and an artist of color in 18th-century France.Event Details
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Flashback to 1969 with Quintessential, a Berkshire a capella group performing songs from Woodstock days, accompanying the Norman Rockwell Museum's summer show, Illustrating 1969, a look at popular artwork in a pivotal and colorful year (including art from the Beatles' album of The Yellow Submarine).Event Details
Tanglewood Learning Institute hosts Meet the Makers with flute head joint maker Aiven O’Leary and flutist and artist in residence Alan Weiss, in the Linde Center Studio E at Tanglewood. The session will display the creation of a handmade flute from one of the world’s leading makers of concert flutes, the William S. Haynes Company.Event Details
The Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra with Huichang Yan, conductor, will perform in Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood.
With its roots in the musical heritage of its homeland, the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra is a cultural phenomenon: an ensemble of more than 80 players performing on traditional Chinese instruments in a Western configuration.
ShopTalks are weekly conversations among conductors, composers, and performers that contextualize and enrich your concert experiences. Through these candid, informal discussions, artists share their passion for the arts, their struggles and successes, and their vision for the future of classical music. The series runs for 7 Thursdays, at 1pm, from July…Event Details
On summer nights, on Thursdays in July and August and early September, Naumkeag will hold a community party with live music in the gardens, ranging from American Roots to Blue Grass to Jazz. Bring the family, bring a picnic, bring dancing shoes and enjoy the sunset on a Gilded-Age lawn.Event Details
Mass MoCA serves grill favorites and local brews with live music on Thursday nights from July to October in the museum courtyards along the Hoosic River — a riverside beer garden with local music under the Berkshire stars.Event Details
The eight-voice ensemble Roomful of Teeth re-imagines the potential of the human voice, studying with masters from around the world. In this concert they will present new works commissioned as part of the American Composers Forum’s “ACF Connect” program, alongside a retrospective of Teeth’s first ten years.Event Details
BSO Assistant Conductor Yu-An Chang makes his BSO debut with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a program of Mendelssohn, Ravel and Schubert with pianist Ingrid Fliter in the Shed at Tanglewood.Event Details