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Kathleen Drohan says:
Mar 5, 2012
We’d love for you to join us for this.
Conductor Keith Lockhart invites you to a Boston Pops Orchestra rehearsal preceded by an exciting discussion about the Tanglewood 75th anniversary season, March 8 at Carnegie Hall
Join Keith Lockhart, Boston Symphony Orchestra Managing Director Mark Volpe, and Artistic Administrator Anthony Fogg, as they share details on the extraordinary lineup of musical guests and new online initiatives, designed to reach a worldwide audience, as well as other exciting happenings taking place this summer
WHAT: Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Media Event and Boston Pops dress rehearsal
WHEN: Thursday, March 8, from 2 to 4 PM*
WHERE: Carnegie Hall, enter through the stage door at 161 West 56th Street
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (617)-638-9283 by Noon on March 5th
*Please arrive promptly at 2 PM, in order to have the opportunity to speak with Keith Lockhart. Dress rehearsal for the Boston Pops concert will begin at 3 PM.*
Located only two-and-a-half hours from Boston and New York City, Tanglewood is one of the world’s iconic music festivals and the famed summer home of the BSO situated in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. The 75th anniversary season, June 22 to September 2, 2012 features a spectacular lineup of musical guests and programs that spotlight the festival’s rich history since 1937. Tanglewood is within driving distance of charming inns, local artisanal food shops, and fine dining restaurants, destination spas, as well as art galleries and such cultural institutions as Jacob’s Pillow, Shakespeare & Co., the Clark Art Museum,
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, and more.
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