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Venue: Tanglewood, Koussevitzky Music Shed, Lenox

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MA 01240
United States
Google maps42° 21' 11.292" N 73° 18' 34.330" W
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A lyrical, introspective Ninth from Michael Tilson Thomas and the BSO

Profound questions as the Tanglewood season closes with the traditional appearance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. 
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Fanfare for an Uncommon Conductor: MTT closes the Tanglewood season

Aaron Copland was friend and mentor to the young Tilson Thomas and his Third Symphony receives an affectionate performance as the conductor returns to his roots. 
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Cristian Măcelaru makes Boston Symphony debut at Tanglewood

In Elgar's Cello Concerto, Yo-Yo Ma displays his gentle expressiveness and magnificent “singing”  tone.
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A mostly French programme painted by Dima Slobodeniouk at Tanglewood

Six decades after Charles Munch finished revamping the BSO’s sound, his shadow seems to smile benevolently on the current crop of musicians when playing French music.

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Thomas Adès bookends Mozart with two British works at Tanglewood

Soloists Leonidas Kavakos and Antoine Tamestit brought elegance and gravitas to Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante, while Adès led a thoughtful performance of his own Shanty – Over the Sea.
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JoAnn Falletta and Joshua Bell refresh repertory staples at Tanglewood

The superstar violinist transformed Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto from a war horse back to the thoroughbred it once was.
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Boston Symphony Orchestra offers premieres and a superlative Emperor

Paul Lewis offered a performance of Beethoven's Fifth Piano Concerto that would be hard to top, while Andris Nelsons led the world premiere of Elizabeth Ogonek's colorful Starling Variations.
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Caroline Shaw and two Beethoven concertos at Tanglewood

tour de force for all concerned with the Boston Symphony Orchestra responding to Paul Lewis’ dynamic finesse with a palette of its own. 
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