The TMC offers a unique opportunity for emerging professional orchestra librarians of exceptional potential to study as a Fellow at Tanglewood.
Under the guidance of the BSO Principal Librarian D. Wilson Ochoa, and BSO Assistant Librarian Mark Fabulich, Library Fellows work with some of the world's most important conductors, preparing materials for all TMC Orchestra activities, including concerts, rehearsals, and master-classes. Library Fellows also attend seminars on music preparation, acquisition and library auditions.
The Library Fellows spend most of their day working with Mr. Fabulich in the TMC Orchestra Library at Ozawa Hall, or attending rehearsals and performances in Ozawa Hall, the Theatre, the Shed, and elsewhere as the library representative. In addition to work with the TMCO, each Fellow will be given significant time working across campus in the BSO library with Mr. Ochoa, helping to prepare music for BSO rehearsals and BSO performances. When not fulfilling the responsibilities of the Fellowship, Fellows have the opportunity to attend all TMC and BSO rehearsals and concerts, as well as many of the rehearsals and master-classes of other fellowship programs.
Since its inception in 2001, Library Fellowship Program alumni have won jobs at the following institutions: