2014 Tanglewood Season - Tickets on Sale Now!
- Season Overview
- 2014 Tanglewood Performances
- 2014 Tanglewood Brochure
- Special Offers
- 2014 Tanglewood Guest Artists
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Tanglewood-the famed summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and widely known as one of the world's most beloved music festivals-has announced details of its 2014 season, June 27-August 31.
The 2014 Boston Symphony Orchestra season at Tanglewood opens on July 5 with soprano Renée Fleming as soloist in an all-American program.more info
View a listing of the 2014 Tanglewood Performances and buy tickets.more info
August 7-10 Tanglewood Wine & Food Classic ON SALE NOW
The Tanglewood Wine & Food Classic features wines from around the world, East Coast chefs, and locally sourced foods, enjoyed in an incomparable setting on the Tanglewood grounds.More Details >
Tanglewood Special Offers!
Check out these special offers and ticket packages!More Details >
2014 Tanglewood Lawn Pass Book
PURCHASING A LAWN PASS BOOK PROVIDES FLEXIBILITY AND
No further ticketing is necessary. The books of 11 tickets are valid for all regular and specially priced BSO concerts and Pops concerts in the Koussevitzky Music Shed and Ozawa Hall. Tickets are not valid for Popular Artists and A Prairie Home Companion. Lawn Pass Books are available at the special price of $180 through June 21. After June 21, Lawn Pass Books may be purchased for $190.
Under 40? Tickets $20!
The BSO's $20 tickets for attendees under 40 will be available during the 2014 Tanglewood season for select performances. Beginning January 26, tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis through www.tanglewood.org and through SymphonyCharge. Blackout dates include all Popular Artist concerts; June 28, July 3 and 4, and August 28. Eligible patrons may purchase up to two tickets per show and must provide proof of age when picking up their tickets at will call in order to receive the discount.More Details >
BSO 101 at Tanglewood: Listening up Close | Four Wednesdays from 12:45–2pm in the Tent Club July 9, July 23, August 6, and August 20
Now in its fourth season, BSO 101-the free music appreciation series with BSO Director of Program Publications Marc Mandel and members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra-offers insight into music being performed by the BSO at Symphony Hall. This summer, BSO 101 returns to Tanglewood in four free lunchtime sessions, on Wednesdays from 12:45-2pm in the Tent Club. Each session will focus on a single work to be played by the BSO that weekend, examining and illuminating aspects of musical shape and form, and of the composer's individual musical style. All of these sessions will include recorded musical examples, and each is self-contained, so that no prior musical training, or attendance at any previous session, is required. Bring o r buy a lunch, and arrive ready to hear about great works from the BSO repertoire-and to hear them in new and exciting ways!
Underscore Fridays at Tanglewood
Several Friday-evening Shed performances will be part of the popular UnderScore Friday series this season. At these performances, patrons will hear comments about the program directly from an onstage BSO musician. UnderScore Fridays will occur on July 18, August 1, and August 15.More Details >
"This Week at Tanglewood"
This popular series provides another way to experience the music of Tanglewood-a panel discussion moderated by Martin Bookspan and featuring conductors and soloists who provide commentary and in-depth information about the upcoming week's concerts. The presentations take place in the Shed each Friday at 7:15pm. Attendance is free with tickets to Friday evening's concert.
Free Tanglewood Tours
The Boston Symphony Association of Volunteers offers free walking tours of the Tanglewood campus. The tours last approximately one hour and include visits to the Koussevitzky Music Shed, Ozawa Hall, other music facilities, the Visitor Center history rooms, and more. Experienced volunteer guides explain the historical background of Tanglewood, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Tanglewood Music Center.More Details >
Free Lawn Tickets for Children and Young People up to 17!
Tanglewood is pleased to offer free lawn tickets for children and young people age 17 and younger. Up to four free children's tickets are available per parent/legal guardian per concert at the Tanglewood Box Office on the day of the concert. Children under five are not permitted in the Koussevitzky Music Shed or Seiji Ozawa Hall during concerts. All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket. This free lawn ticket policy does not apply to organized groups of children. For Popular Artist concerts, free lawn tickets are only available for children under 2.
Watch and Play
Watch and Play, sponsored by the Boston Symphony Association of Volunteers, is an interactive musical performance designed to engage children ages 3-10 in the Tanglewood musical experience. The program will be offered at 1pm on four Sundays in the Chamber Music Hall. Tickets to the Sunday-afternoon concert performance are required.More Details >
Kids' Corner is offered at 9:30am on Saturdays and noon on Sundays. However, on days of Watch and Play, Kids' Corner will begin at 2pm. Children accompanied by adults may take part in musical and crafts activities supervised by BSO staff. Please stop by the Tanglewood Visitor Center for more information. Tickets to the Sunday concert or Saturday-morning rehearsal are required.More Details >
The Family Concert is designed to engage and inspire new generations of children through music and programs for young audiences. This year's Family Concert takes place on Saturday, August 23, at 2:30pm in Ozawa Hall. Tickets are $10, and children under 18 are free.More Details >
From the Audio Archives: Tanglewood 75
In 2012, we celebrated the 75th anniversary of the first concerts given by the Boston Symphony Orchestra on the property called Tanglewood - a graceful, gardened estate and manor house, given by the Tappan family to the BSO in 1937 as a venue for summer concerts.More Details >