About the Tanglewood Music Center
The Tanglewood Music Center Fellowship Program is the Boston Symphony Orchestra's summer academy for advanced musical study. The TMC offers an intensive schedule of study and performance for emerging professional instrumentalists, singers, conductors, and composers who have completed most of their formal study.
Serge Koussevitzky, the Boston Symphony Orchestra's music director from 1924 to 1949, founded the TMC with the intention of creating a premier music academy where, with the resources of a great symphony orchestra at their disposal, young musicians would sharpen their skills under the tutelage of Boston Symphony Orchestra musicians and other specially invited artists.More Details >
Frequently asked questions about Tanglewood Music Center Fellowships, application, and audition process.More Details >
2017 Concert Schedule
The 2017 concert schedule for Tanglewood will be announced in November, 2016.More Details >
Festival of Contemporary Music
The 2017 Festival of Contemporary music has been curated by three TMC alumni who have made new music a central part of their lives. Curators include Kathryn Bates, Jacob Greenberg, and Nadia Sirota with new commissions by Kui Dong, Anthony Cheung, and Nico Muhly.More Details >
Fellows of the 2017 Tanglewood Music Center to be announced in
March of 2017.
"2016 TMC CELLO SECTION"
TMC Alumni in the BSO
Tanglewood Music Center alumni comprise a significant portion of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Click here for a full listingMore Details >