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Venue: Tanglewood, Koussevitzky Music Shed, Lenox

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AddressLenox
MA 01240
United States
Google maps42° 21' 11.292" N 73° 18' 34.330" W
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LenoxTanglewood on Parade

Wagner, Burton, Tchaikovsky
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Keith Lockhart; John Williams; Thomas Wilkins; James Burton

LenoxAndris Nelsons conducts Shostakovich, Mozart and Ravel

Shostakovich, Mozart, Ravel
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Paul Lewis; James Burton; Tanglewood Festival Chorus

LenoxSaturday Morning Rehearsal – Wagner, Die Walküre, Acts II and III in concert

Wagner: Die Walküre
Andris Nelsons; Simon O'Neill; Franz-Josef Selig; James Rutherford; Amber Wagner

LenoxWagner, Die Walküre, Act I in concert

Wagner: Die Walküre
Andris Nelsons; Simon O'Neill; Franz-Josef Selig; Amber Wagner; Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra

LenoxWagner, Die Walküre, Acts II and III in concert

Wagner: Die Walküre
Andris Nelsons; Simon O'Neill; Franz-Josef Selig; James Rutherford; Amber Wagner

LenoxUnderscore Friday Concert – Ken-David Masur conducts Martinů and Dvořák featuring violinist Joshua Bell

Martinů, Dvořák
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Ken-David Masur; Joshua Bell

LenoxSaturday Morning Open Rehearsal Rachmaninov and Sibelius

Rachmaninov, Sibelius
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Dima Slobodeniouk; Yefim Bronfman

LenoxBoston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) Young Artists, Free

Katie Woolf; Boston University Tanglewood Institute Chorus
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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. 
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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.
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Nelsons, Bronfman and Boston Symphony at Tanglewood

Andris Nelsons leads the BSO © Hilary Scott
Nelsons proved again that he has a special affinity for the music of Dmitri Shostakovich and for the Fourth Symphony in particular.
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Musical polymath and nonpareil violinist share a Tanglewood afternoon

Thomas Adès © Hilary Scott
Teztlaff’s ability to bring freshness and an enchanted inner life to even the most trodden of musical works is unsurpassed.
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Nelsons sheds light on Puccini's canvas

Jonathan Tetelman and Kristine Opolais © Hilary Scott
Under Andris Nelsons' baton, the musical canvas was remarkably supple with proper light shed on Puccini’s melodic inventiveness and wondrous orchestration.
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Akfham brings out the best from the BSO

Davis Afkham conducts the BSO © Hilary Scott
In music of Mahler and Brahms, David Afkham, a gifted young German conductor, was not afraid to bring forward a personal view
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One Rheingold to rule them all

Stephanie Blythe, Thomas Mayer, Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony © Hilary Scott
With Andris Nelsons' withdrawal from Bayreuth last year, the BSO’s summer home, Tanglewood, became the venue for his Wagner with a concert performance of Das Rheingold
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Reminiscences of French Baroque at Tanglewood

Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra © Hilary Scott
Since the days of Charles Munch and Serge Koussevitzky, the Boston Symphony Orchestra has always excelled in rendering the characteristics of the French musical idiom. 
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