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Monday, February 1, 2010

The Tangelwood Festival of Contemporary Music

Mark your calenders!

The Tanglewood Music Center (TMC) and the Boston Symphony Orchestra will hold it's annual Festival of Contemporary Music August 14-16th, 2010.

The featured composers this summer will be Gunther Schuller (left),

John Harbison (right), and

Oliver Knussen (below).

The details of the programming are still to be announced, but the program on August 16th will include Aaron Copland's Third Symphony.

The prestigious trio of composers directing/programing this years' festival all chaired the composition activities at the TMC at one time or another.

As usual, I look forward to the event. See you there.