Announcement of New Tanglewood Construction Creates Media Buzz
At home in Massachusetts, the Boston Globe is featuring the Tanglewood expansion plans, including conversations with BSO leadership about their vision for this new phase.
The Berkshire Eagle is reviewing the history of Tanglewood in light of this newly announced construction and the Tanglewood Learning Institute, as its editors consider what it will mean to the Berkshires to have year-round performance spaces at Tanglewood.
Tanglewood Forever News and Updates
TLI’s programming offering participants a wide spectrum of dynamic, engaging, and thought-provoking cross-cultural activities.
As the new studios at the Linde Center for Music and Learning are tuned and acoustically calibrated, the structures at the Ozawa Gate continue to take shape.
Tanglewood’s major new four-building multi-use complex for performance and learning—opening in summer 2019—will be named the Linde Center for Music and Learning in recognition of leadership gifts made by Joyce and Edward H. Linde and their family.
Refinements rapidly advance at the center for music and learning while the new Ozawa Hall gate structures start to come together.
The center for music and learning nears completion as the new Ozawa Hall gate gets underway.
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