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LENOX — Andris Nelsons preceded the Boston Symphony Orchestra's season-ending Beethoven Ninth on Sunday with a heartfelt talk from the stage, expressing his love of Tanglewood and his hope that the Ninth's message of universal joy and … more
LENOX — The end was doubly the end.Tanglewood concluded its "Schubert's Summer Journey" series Wednesday night with a selection of late piano pieces and songs with which Schubert bid farewell to life. As if to make doubly certain that it was … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — It was a collaboration "about 47 years in the making," joked folk icon Judy Collins in an interview before her sold-out show on Monday night at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center. Collins was referring to her present tour … more
NORTH ADAMS — In a career spanning more than two decades, folk artist Simon Joyner has received praise for writing poignant verse. The way he sees it, that's not meant to imply that his music isn't worthy of similar recognition."It's just that … more
LENOX — The party started the trek up the mountain at dawn, took a wrong path, reached the summit in glory, got drenched in a thunderstorm on the way down, and reached home in triumph at dark.It's the story of Richard Strauss' "Alpine … more
LENOX — No surprise that a capacity crowd of 18,000 turned out for John Williams' Film Night, creating a massive incoming traffic backup that caused "the curtain" to be held for an extra 10 minutes — even several BSO musicians were among … more
LENOX — If Tanglewood had two Ozawa Halls with adjoining lawns, it would probably have filled both sets of facilities with the massive crowd that showed up for its Schubert concert Thursday night, spilling over into parking spaces seldom if … more
LENOX — John Williams' Film Night, an iconic event high on the list of long-enduring Tanglewood traditions, also offers a first this season — Boston Symphony Music Director Andris Nelsons as a conductor of cinema scores for half of the … more
LENOX — Violist Steven Ansell spoke: "All borders are like a line drawn with a stick of wood or a heel of the shoe in the sand. Up to here there's the borderline. All this is artificial. Tomorrow we play another game."The inscription, cited by … more
PITTSFIELD — During his youth, Southside Johnny Lyon watched various musical acts toil with little fanfare at clubs in New Jersey."We grew up with blue-collar bands," Lyon said of himself and other Garden State musicians during a recent … more
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