The TMC strives to maintain a rewarding balance of orchestral playing, chamber music, and master-classes for instrumental Fellows. Instrumental Studies at the TMC include work in the TMC Orchestra, in depth studies in chamber music, as well as classes with members of the BSO and guests, and other special instrument-specific projects.
It is the mission of the Vocal Arts Program to provide its Fellows a diverse set of experiences within the vocal repertoire. Fellows in the Vocal Arts Program participate in art song, chamber music, and opera projects, the balance of which is based on the interests of the applicant and the determination of the faculty during the audition process.More Details >
Composition Fellows balance intensive on-site writing projects with classes, seminars, and discussions led by distinguished composers from a wide range of aesthetic perspectives. Composers will each have at least four performances of their works during the summer.More Details >
The TMC offers conductors the opportunity to work with internationally recognized maestros, podium time in front of an extraordinarily talented group of colleagues, and the chance to study the technique of the artists of the Boston Symphony.More Details >
Pianists at the TMC have the opportunity to participate in an exceptionally wide range of musical experiences, all at the highest level. Exceptional pianism and musicality are sought in the pianists who apply, also pianists who are adventurous and interested in exploring various aspects of repertoire and musical experiences.More Details >
The TMC offers a unique opportunity for an emerging professional orchestra librarian of exceptional potential to study as a Fellow at Tanglewood.More Details >