The Boston Symphony Orchestra has vamped for several years awaiting a successor to James Levine.
Tanglewood has been bustling for a week, with “this ‘n’ that” activities that lead up to official opening concerts.
Looking back at 5 concerts which drew crowds of over 10,000 at Tanglewood this summer.
Steinway, the venerable piano company, has been sold to a private investor for (depending on where you read it) upwards of a half-billion dollars.
Last week there were two warmly received stagings of a Mark Morris double bill: his new “Curlew River,” choreographed to Benjamin Britten’s score, and the quarter-century-old “Dido.”
Saturday night at Tanglewood, the final act of Part Two,“The Valkyrie,” made up the entire huge and gripping performance.
Who would advertise in the local newspaper, selling lawn passes for Garrison Keillor at Tanglewood, on July 5th? When the broadcast was made on June 29th?
Michael Gandolfi's "Night Train to Perugia" a smart, winning piece performed at anniversary celebration.
The annual Bang on a Can new music festival at MASSMoCA -- daily talks, composer workshops and recitals with premieres -- comes to a close Saturday, with a six-hour marathon finale from 4 to 10 p.m.
Recalling the 1986 concert of the broken strings that elevated violinist Midori to star status.