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Tanglewood 2022 Season ProgramAll programs and artists are subject to change* denotes BSO debutJune 17 – July 7Friday, June 17Popular Artist Series7 p.m., Koussevitzky Music ShedRingo Starr and his All-Starr BandWarren Ham, Edgar Winter, Steve Lukather, HamishStuart, Colin Hay, Gregg BissonetteSaturday, June 18Popular Artist Series7 p.m., ShedBonnie RaittWith special guest Lucinda Williams denotes Tanglewood debutSunday, June 26Popular Artist Series2:30 p.m., ShedThe MavericksNick Lowe and Los StraitjacketsFriday, July 18 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterVocal MusicSunday, July 310 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music CenterMusic for Brass and PercussionSaturday, June 25 – Saturday, July 2String Quartet MasterPassSaturday, June 258–9:15 p.m., Linde Center Studio EJuilliard String Quartet Play & TalkWednesday, June 297:30–10:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETMC String Quartet Class with theJuilliard String QuartetThursday, June 306–7:15 p.m., Linde Center Cindy’s CaféTable Talk Dinner with Members ofthe Juilliard String Quartet, TMCFaculty, and TMC FellowsSunday, July 310 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music CenterMusic for Brass and PercussionSunday, July 3 and Monday, July 4Popular Artist Series8 p.m., ShedJames TaylorWednesday, July 6MasterPass1:30–3:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETLI presents a TMC Vocal Class led byStephanie Blythe7:30–9 p.m., Linde Center Studio EDocumentary Film: Strings Attached,On the Road with the Dover QuartetSaturday, July 210 a.m., 1 p.m., and 4 p.m., Ozawa HallTMC String Quartet MarathonThursday, July 7TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio ENicole Cabell, soprano8 p.m., Ozawa HallEmanuel Ax, pianoPaul Appleby, tenor

Lorelei EnsembleDover QuartetPathways from Prague, Program 1JANÁČEK The Diary of One WhoDisappearedDVOŘÁK String Quartet No. 13 in G, Op. 106July 8 – 14Friday, July 86 p.m., Ozawa HallPrelude ConcertMembers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra8 p.m., ShedOpening Night at TanglewoodBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorJean-Yves Thibaudet, pianoBERNSTEIN Opening PrayerBERNSTEIN Symphony No. 2, The Age of AnxietySTRAVINSKY The Rite of SpringSaturday, July 910:30 a.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday Program6 p.m., Linde Center Studio EPrelude ConcertTanglewood Music Center8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorNicole Cabell, sopranoAaron Diehl, pianoCarlos SIMON Motherboxx ConnectionBARBER Knoxville: Summer of 1915, for soprano andorchestraELLINGTON New World A-Coming, for piano andorchestraGERSHWIN An American in ParisSunday, July 1010 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music CenterChamber Music2:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorHåkan Hardenberger, trumpetRACHMANINOFF VocaliseHelen GRIME Trumpet Concerto (Americanpremiere; BSO co-commission)RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 38 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterVocal MusicMonday, July 118 p.m., ShedTanglewood Music Center OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorTMC Conducting FellowsRAVEL Le Tombeau de CouperinSTRAUSS Death and TransfigurationSCHUBERT Symphony No. 8, UnfinishedSTRAUSS “Dance of the Seven Veils” from SalomeWednesday, July 13MasterPass1:30–3:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETLI presents a TMC Piano Class led by Stephen DruryThursday, July 14TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio EJanai Brugger, sopranoTLI-TMC OpenStudio2–3:30 p.m., Ozawa HallDawn Upshaw leads a TMC Vocal Class8 p.m., Ozawa HallEmanuel Ax and Orion Weiss, pianosCantusPathways from Prague, Program 2JANÁČEK Piano Sonata, “1.X.1905, From the street ”DVOŘÁK Slavonic Dances for piano four-handsDVOŘÁK, BURLEIGH, and JANÁČEK Part-songs formen’s voices

July 15 – 21Friday, July 156 p.m., Ozawa HallPrelude ConcertTanglewood Festival Chorus,James Burton, conductor8 p.m., ShedBoston Pops OrchestraKeith Lockhart, conductorThe Empire Strikes BackJoin Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops as theypresent this classic film with live orchestralaccompaniment. “You must feel the Force aroundyou.” The battle for the galaxy intensifies in thisthrilling fifth episode of the unfolding saga. AsImperial Forces launch an all-out attack on the RebelAlliance, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Princess Leia(Carrie Fisher) flee to Cloud City where they arecaptured by Darth Vader. Luke Skywalker (MarkHamill) journeys to the mysterious, marshy planet ofDagobah, where the wise Jedi Master Yoda teachesthe young hero the ways of the Force. Little doesLuke know that all his Jedi training will be calledupon so soon. A stunning revelation—and a seeminglife-or-death duel with Darth Vader—await.Saturday, July 1610:30 a.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday Program1:30 p.m., Ozawa HallBU Tanglewood InstituteYoung Artists Orchestra6 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterPrelude Concert8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorNicole Cabell, soprano (Donna Elvira)Janai Brugger, soprano (Zerlina)*Amitai Pati, tenor (Don Ottavio)*Ryan McKinney, baritone (Don Giovanni)Will Liverman, baritone (Leporello)*Alfred Walker, bass-baritone (Masetto)Ryan Speedo-Green, bass (Commendatore)Tanglewood Festival Chorus,James Burton, conductorMOZART Don GiovanniSung in Italian with English supertitlesSunday, July 1710 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music CenterChamber Music1:30 p.m., Ozawa HallBU Tanglewood InstituteYoung Artists Wind Ensemble2:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorLucas and Arthur Jussen, piano Ying Fang, soprano Shenyang, bass-baritone Tanglewood Festival Chorus,James Burton, conductorFazil SAY Phoenix (Anka Kuşu), for piano four-handsand orchestra (American premiere; BSO cocommission)BRAHMS A German Requiem8–9:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETLI Full TiltStephen Drury, pianoRZEWSKI The People United Will Never Be Defeated!Monday, July 188 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterVocal MusicWednesday, July 20MasterPass1:30–3:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETLI presents a TMC Horn Class led by Richard SebringThursday, July 21TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio EJulia Bullock, soprano

6:30–7:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ERichard Danielpour, Rita Dove, and MichaelBoriskinGet to know the artists behind A Standing Witness atthis pre-concert talk, free for 8 p.m. ticket holders,featuring composer Richard Danielpour, former U.S.Poet Laureate Rita Dove, and Artistic & ExecutiveDirector of the Copland House Michael Boriskin.BERLIOZ The Death of CleopatraMAHLER Symphony No. 58 p.m., Ozawa HallMusic from Copland HouseSusan Graham, mezzo-sopranoPierre JALBERT CrossingsCOPLAND Sextet for clarinet, piano, and stringquartetRichard DANIELPOUR and Rita DOVE A StandingWitness (BSO co-commission)1:30 p.m., Ozawa HallBU Tanglewood InstituteYoung Artists Chamber OrchestraJuly 22 – 28Friday, July 226 p.m., Ozawa HallMembers of the Boston Symphony OrchestraPrelude Concert8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraKarina Canellakis, conductorEmanuel Ax, pianoWAGNER Prelude to Lohengrin, Act 1CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 2RACHMANINOFF Symphonic DancesSaturday, July 2310:30 a.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday Program2:30 p.m., ShedFamily ConcertMembers of the Boston Symphony OrchestraThomas Wilkins, conductor6 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterPrelude Concert8 p.m., ShedTanglewood Music Center OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorChristine Goerke, sopranoSunday, July 2410 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music CenterChamber Music2:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorJulia Bullock, soprano Seong-Jin Cho, piano STILL In Memoriam: The Colored Soldiers Who Diedfor DemocracyJessie MONTGOMERY Five Freedom Songs (BSO cocommission)BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 28 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterVocal MusicWednesday, July 27MasterPass1:30–3:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETLI presents a TMC Violin Class led by AlexanderVelinzon8 p.m., Ozawa HallTakács QuartetJulien Labro, bandoneon Bryce DESSNER CirclesJulien LABRO Meditation #1Dino SALUZZI MinguitoBACH Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645Julien LABRO AstoraciónRAVEL String QuartetClarice ASSAD ClashThursday, July 28TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio EJulia Adolphe, composer

TLI-TMC OpenStudio2–3:30 p.m., Ozawa HallAndris Nelsons leads a TMC Conducting Class8 p.m., Ozawa HallSilkroad Ensemble with Rhiannon GiddensPhoenix RisingThe Grammy Award-winning musical ensembleSilkroad, led by Artistic Director Rhiannon Giddens,performs four major new commissions by anamazing amalgamation of Silkroad artists—ShawnConley, Sandeep Das, Maeve Gilchrist, and KaoruWatanabe—plus works from their storied historyreimagined for today. The program integratesGiddens’ unique worldview with the Ensemble’scollective experience during the pandemic, and itincludes new arrangements by Rhiannon Giddens,Colin Jacobsen, Edward Pérez, and Mazz Swift.July 29 – August 4Friday, July 296 p.m., Ozawa HallPrelude ConcertMembers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorPaul Lewis, pianoJulia ADOLPHE Makeshift Castle (world premiere;BSO co-commission)BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 2BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 3Saturday, July 3010:30 a.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday Program1:30 p.m., Ozawa HallBU Tanglewood InstituteYoung Artists OrchestraTLI The Big Idea5–6 p.m., Ozawa HallJoy Harjo, performer, author, and U.S. Poet Laureate6 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterPrelude Concert8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorPaul Lewis, pianoCaroline SHAW Punctum (world premiere oforchestral version; BSO commission)BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 1BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 4Sunday, July 3110 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music CenterChamber Music1:30 p.m., Ozawa HallBU Tanglewood InstituteYoung Artists Wind Ensemble2:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAndris Nelsons, conductorPaul Lewis, pianoElizabeth OGONEK New work (world premiere; BSOco-commission)FARRENC Symphony No. 3BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5, Emperor8 p.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music Center OrchestraThomas Adès and JoAnn Falletta , conductorsTMC Conducting FellowsDEBUSSY (orch. BUSSER) PrintempsSTRAVINSKY AgonWILSON LuminaHINDEMITH Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themesby Carl Maria von WeberTuesday, August 2Tanglewood on Parade8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony Orchestra,Boston Pops OrchestraTanglewood Music Center OrchestraThomas Adès, Stefan Asbury, Thomas Wilkins,JoAnn Falletta, conductorsProgram to includeHINDEMITH Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themesby Carl Maria von WeberRAVEL La ValseTCHAIKOVSKY 1812 Overture

2022 Festival of Contemporary Music, August 4-8Under the stewardship of TMC Director Ellen Highstein,assisted by co-curators and TMC faculty members sopranoTony Arnold, pianist Steve Drury, composer George Lewis,and cellist Astrid SchweenThursday, August 4TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio EEllen Highstein hosts Festival of Contemporary MusicConcert Curators8 p.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music Center FellowsStefan Asbury and Stephen Drury, conductorsThomas Adès, pianoTony Arnold, sopranoKNUSSEN Requiem: Songs for SueAlvin SINGLETON AgainThomas ADÈS Mazurkas, Op. 27HYLA Pre-Pulse SuspendedChristopher TRAPANI WaterlinesFriday, August 51–2:15 p.m., Linde Center Gordon StudioTLI presents Coffee with Composers2:30 p.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music Center FellowsAllison LOGGINS-HULL The PatternWUORINEN Ave Maria Virgo Serena (Josquin)Michael GANDOLFI New work (world premiere)Erin GRAHAM ManualCAGE Variations IIIEASTMAN Gay GuerrillaSaturday, August 61–2:15 p.m., Linde Center Gordon StudioTLI presents Coffee with Composers6 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterPrelude ConcertAugusta Read THOMAS New work (world premiere)DAVIDOVSKY String Quartet No. 6, FragmentsUnsuk CHIN ParaMetaStringEleanor ALBERGA String Quartet No. 2Sunday, August 710 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music Center FellowsCarlos SIMON Warmth from Other SunsRicardo ZOHN-MULDOON Shakespeare SonnetsJohn HARBISON Piano Sonata No. 2, 3rd movementAndile KHUMALO Cry OutJesse JONES Dark Is Yonder TownGeorge LEWIS Born Obbligato1–2:15 p.m., Linde Center Gordon StudioTLI presents Coffee with ComposersMonday, August 88 p.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music Center OrchestraGeorge Benjamin, conductorTMC Vocal FellowsGeorge BENJAMIN Lessons in Love and Violence(American premiere) Concert performanceWednesday, August 3MasterPass1:30–3:30 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETLI presents a TMC Cello Class led by Astrid Schween8 p.m., Ozawa HallDanish String QuartetSCHUBERT String Quartet No. 15 in G, D.887Bent SØRENSEN DoppelgängerSCHUBERT Der DoppelgängerAugust 5–11Friday, August 56 p.m., Ozawa HallPrelude ConcertMembers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraEarl Lee, conductor*Christina and Michelle Naughton, pianos Brian Raphael NABORS PulsePOULENC Concerto in D minor for two pianos andorchestraMENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 3, ScottishSaturday, August 610:30 a.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday Program1:30 p.m., Ozawa HallBU Tanglewood InstituteYoung Artists Chorus

8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraJoAnn Falletta, conductor*Joshua Bell, violinRoberto SIERRA FandangosTCHAIKOVSKY Violin ConcertoRESPIGHI Fountains of RomeRESPIGHI Pines of RomeAntoine Tamistet, violaYo-Yo Ma, celloPathways from Prague, Program 3DVOŘÁK Terzetto in C for two violins and viola, Op.74KAPRÁLOVÁ Two Ritournelles, for cello and piano,Op. 25JANÁČEK Fairy Tale, for cello and pianoDVOŘÁK Piano Quintet No. 2 in A, Op. 81Sunday, August 72:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraThomas Adès, conductorPamela Frank, violinAntoine Tamistet, viola*Lorelei EnsembleThomas ADÈS Shanty – Over the SeaMOZART Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola,K.364HOLST The Planets8 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETLI Presents Silent Film MusicTanglewood Music Center FellowsTuesday, August 9Popular Artist Series7 p.m., ShedEarth, Wind & FireSaturday, August 1310:30 a.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday Program1:30 p.m., Ozawa HallBU Tanglewood InstituteYoung Artists Orchestra6 p.m., Linde Center Studio ETanglewood Music CenterPrelude Concert8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraDima Slobodeniouk, conductorLeonidas Kavakos, violinDUTILLEUX MétabolesMENDELSSOHN Violin ConcertoDEBUSSY Prelude to the Afternoon of a FaunRAVEL Mother Goose (complete)Thursday, August 11TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio EEmanuel Ax, pianistTLI-TMC OpenStudio2–3:30 p.m., Ozawa HallYo-Yo Ma leads a TMC Cello ClassAugust 12 – 18Friday, August 126 p.m., Ozawa HallPrelude ConcertMembers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra8 p.m., ShedEmanuel Ax, pianoPamela Frank and Leonidas Kavakos, violinsSunday, August 1410 a.m., Ozawa HallTanglewood Music CenterChamber Music2:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraCristian Măcelaru, conductor*Yo-Yo Ma, celloAnna CLYNE MasqueradeELGAR Cello ConcertoDEBUSSY La MerENESCU Romanian Rhapsody No. 18 p.m., ShedTanglewood Music Center OrchestraStefan Asbury, conductorTMC Conducting FellowsPRICE Ethiopia’s Shadow in America

BARTÓK Suite from The Miraculous MandarinRACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 2Saturday, August 2010:30 a.m. ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday ProgramTuesday, August 168 p.m., Ozawa HallGarrick Ohlsson, pianoBRAHMS Complete Works for Piano, Program 1Eight Piano Pieces, Op. 7611 Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 21, No. 114 Variations on a Hungarian Melody, Op. 21, No. 2Four Ballades, Op. 10Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 35, Book 1Thursday, August 18TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio EDima Slobodeniouk, conductor8 p.m., Ozawa HallGarrick Ohlsson, pianoBRAHMS Complete Works for Piano, Program 2Sonata No. 2 in F-sharp minor, Op. 2Six Piano Pieces, Op. 118Three Intermezzi, Op. 117Variations and Fugue in B-flat, on a Theme byHandel, Op. 24August 19 – 25Friday, August 196 p.m., Ozawa HallPrelude ConcertMembers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra8 p.m., ShedBoston Pops OrchestraKeith Lockhart, conductorSpecial Guest ArtistsRemembering Stephen SondheimStephen Sondheim left an unmatched legacy thathas transformed American musical theater. KeithLockhart, the Boston Pops, and a stellar Broadwaycast take us on a journey through Keith’s favoriteSondheim creations, from the dazzling lyricalcontributions of West Side Story, to the organicperfection of shows like Company and SweeneyTodd, and the audacity of later works like Assassins.Come celebrate the legacy of a true musical luminaryon this very special night at Tanglewood.TLI The Big Idea5–6 p.m., Ozawa HallTony Kushner, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright8 p.m., ShedJohn Williams – The Tanglewood 90th BirthdayCelebrationBoston Symphony OrchestraKen-David Masur, conductorwith special guestsMartin Grubinger, percussion*Yo-Yo Ma, celloBranford Marsalis, saxophoneEric Revis, bass*James Taylor, vocalistJessica Zhou, harpTanglewood celebrates the 90th birthday of one ofits most beloved figures, John Williams, in a specialprogram featuring a selection of his incomparableconcert music composed for the BSO and BostonPops, along with beloved film themes. Join the BSOand an all-star lineup of exceptional guest artists asthey salute this inimitable musical icon in an eveningof brilliant music and special surprises.Sunday, August 212:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraDima Slobodeniouk, conductorItzhak Perlman, violinUnsuk CHIN subito con forzaBRUCH Violin Concerto in G minorBRAHMS Symphony No. 1TLI Full Tilt8–9:30 p.m., Ozawa HallCécile McLorin Salvant, singer/songwriter Ghost SongEmbark on a breathtaking journey with vocalist,composer, multiple Grammy winner, and MacArthurFellow Cécile McLorin Salvant, exploring the manyways people can be haunted—by lingeringmemories, roads not taken, ghosts real andimagined. Salvant defies genre in her album GhostTown, which features everything from torch songs to

Sondheim-style music theater dialogs, ancient folkmelodies, and jazz meditations.Tuesday, August 238 p.m., Ozawa HallGarrick Ohlsson, pianoBRAHMS Complete Works for Piano, Program 3Two Rhapsodies, Op. 79Seven Fantasies, Op. 116Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 35, Book 2Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Op. 5Thursday, August 25TLI ShopTalks1–2 p.m., Linde Center Studio EDashon Burton, bass-baritoneSHOSTAKOVICH Waltz No. 2 from Suite No. 1 forVariety OrchestraDVOŘÁK Violin ConcertoSHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 3, The First of MayBORODIN Polovtsian Dances from Prince IgorSaturday, August 2710:30 a.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraOpen Rehearsal, Sunday Program8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraMichael Tilson Thomas, conductorAlexander Malofeev, piano*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV DubinushkaRACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 3COPLAND Symphony No. 38 p.m., Ozawa HallGarrick Ohlsson, pianoBRAHMS Complete Works for Piano, Program 4Scherzo in E-flat minor, Op. 4Variations in F-sharp minor on a Theme bySchumann, Op. 9Sonata No. 1 in C, Op. 116 Waltzes, Op. 39Four Piano Pieces, Op. 119August 26 – September 3Friday, August 266 p.m., Ozawa HallPrelude ConcertMembers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra8 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraAnna Rakitina, conductorGil Shaham, violinTanglewood Festival Chorus,James Burton, conductorSunday, August 282:30 p.m., ShedBoston Symphony OrchestraMichael Tilson Thomas, conductorSoloists to includeDashon Burton, bass-baritone*Tanglewood Festival Chorus,James Burton, conductorBEETHOVEN Symphony No. 9Tuesday, August 30Popular Artist Series7 p.m., ShedBrandi CarlileSaturday, September 3Popular Artist Series7 p.m., ShedJudy Collins and Richard Thompson

the young hero the ways of the Force. Little does Luke know that all his Jedi training will be called upon so soon. A stunning revelation—and a seeming life-or-death duel with Darth Vader—await. _ Saturday, July 16 10:30 a.m., Shed Boston Symphony Orchestra Open Rehearsal, Sunday Progr