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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Lenox, MA, Estados Unidos

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An afternoon of fully-fledged Schumann and Brahms at Tanglewood

Yo-Yo Ma and François-Xavier Roth with the Boston Symphony Orchestra © Hilary Scott
Yo-Yo Ma again displayed his wonderful expressiveness, his unsurpassed talent to project over his accompaniment.

François-Xavier Roth makes an impressive Tanglewood debut

François-Xavier Roth, Kirill Gerstein and the Boston Symphony Orchestra © Hilary Scott
Kirill Gerstein’s interpretation of Brahms' Second Piano Concerto appeared as a true homage to the great Romanian pianist Radu Lupu.

Beethoven and Ives at Tanglewood: A lovely summer Sunday

Thomas Adès and the BSO at Tanglewood © Hilary Scott
The Boston Symphony Orchestra offered a reading of Beethoven's “Pastoral” Symphony that ideally suited the bucolic surroundings.

A confidence-building exercise: the Tanglewood fellows in Die Walküre

Christine Goerke and Simon O'Neill © Hilary Scott
Andris Nelsons finishes his 2019 Tanglewood residency on a high note.

Opening night at Tanglewood: a good omen for things to come

Emanuel Ax plays Mozart at Tanglewood © Hilary Scott
Emanuel Ax’s extraordinary gift for musical collaborations was especially evident in Mozart's E flat major concerto. 

Nelsons conveys a “sense of inevitability” in Mahler 3

Susan Graham joins Andris Nelsons and the BSO © Chris Lee
Playing Mahler’s Third Symphony was also meant to be an homage to Leonard Bernstein, one of the great interpreters of Mahler’s music, born 100 years ago this week.