As the Linde Center rounds into its final form, the new Ozawa Hall Gate structures continue to come together, providing a new glimpse at Tanglewood’s future.
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.
Landscaping and interior finishes bring the center for music and learning even closer to its final form.
See the new center for music and learning as it takes shape – as if you were there – with an immersive, 360-degree virtual tour.
The center for music and learning continues to develop while work begins for the new gate/box office project by Ozawa Hall.
Flooring, ceilings, roofing, and siding all progressed during August at the center for music and learning site.
Exterior and interior work continued through July at the center for music and learning construction site.
The BSO announces the appointment of Sue Elliott as the inaugural Judith and Stewart Colton Director of the Tanglewood Learning Institute, which opens in 2019.
Tanglewood Forever is a $64 million donor-funded initiative that will expand Tanglewood’s creative intersection of music and learning, enhance its natural beauty, improve the visitor experience, connect communities, and ensure its future.
The building exteriors are getting closer to their final form as the new parking lot and landscaping are underway at the center for music and learning construction site.
Wood siding installation continues while the covered connector walkway takes shape at the center for music and learning construction site.
Through the cold and snow, workers fully enclosed Studio A and poured floors in the cafe space for the new center for music and learning.
To celebrate completion of the first phase of the construction a ceremonial topping off, where the final beam is placed atop the new structure, was held at the construction site on February 12. The new building complex will support the performances and rehearsal activities of the BSO’s prestigious summer music academy, the Tanglewood Music Center, and serve as the home of the new Tanglewood Learning Institute.
January brought great progress in completing the structural steel, with work to enclose the structures soon to begin.
Work continues through a cold and snowy Berkshires winter, as the center for music and learning construction site remains active despite the conditions.
The center for music and learning is starting to take a more recognizable shape, with walls going up and the walkway that will connect the buildings starting to form.
Construction at the center for music and learning is rapidly progressing, with excavation and concrete foundations underway.
Thanks to the very enthusiastic response from a total of 104 matching gifts, and a second contribution from the challenge donor, the BSO has closed out this generous matching gift challenge with contributions totaling $2.45 million, which can now be invested in Tanglewood’s horticultural future.
Work began on the new center for music and learning facility, not long after the ceremonial groundbreaking, with the removal of existing structures and tree clearing.
The Boston Globe and Berkshire Eagle covered the Tanglewood project groundbreaking, and came away impressed.
A new four-building complex to support the performance and rehearsal activities of the Tanglewood Music Center (TMC) and to serve as the home of the new Tanglewood Learning Institute (TLI).
Tanglewood’s performance and operations activities have more than a $103 million impact on the economic activity in the state of Massachusetts according to a new third-party study by Stephen Sheppard, Professor of Economics at Williams College.
Local and national media are spreading the news of Tanglewood’s expansion with the new center for music and learning.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra has announced a major new investment in the future of Tanglewood that will broaden its reputation as one of the premier festivals in the world and the famed summer home of the BSO and its acclaimed summer music academy, the Tanglewood Music Center.
You can help the BSO ensure that Tanglewood remains vibrant and unique among summer festivals by supporting Tanglewood Forever. Donate online now, or contact the BSO Development Office at 617-638-9267 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.