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Review: Tanglewood offers adventurous ears a five-day feast

Pianist and festival director Pierre-Laurent Aimard performs works by Elliott Carter on Saturday during the Festival of Contemporary Music at Tanglewood. (Hilary Scott)
Pianist and festival director Pierre-Laurent Aimard performs works by Elliott Carter on Saturday during the Festival of Contemporary Music at Tanglewood. (Hilary Scott)
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While the Boston Symphony played weekend concerts of Brahms and Beethoven in the Koussevitzky Shed, some half a dozen programs, earlier or later in the day, roiled Seiji Ozawa Hall. They comprise Tanglewood’s Festival of Contemporary Music, its annual display of a mission to expand the minds of adventurous listeners with unfamiliar works. Eloquently performed by fellows of its Music Center, the concerts are priced at zero, or close to it. Whatever the meaning of ...


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