Walking up to 1 mile.
At the hotel, the breakfast buffet offers choices such as eggs, bacon or sausage, waffles, cereals, yogurt, pastries, fruit, juices, coffee, tea, water.
We'll take a ride by van to Seranak, the private summer residence of legendary BSO conductor Serge Koussevitzky (1874-1951), who served as Music Director from 1924-49. The summer concert series and educational program at Tanglewood were both developed under Koussevitzky’s leadership. At Seranak, we will have lecture with a local expert to learn more about Koussevitzky and his beautiful summer home. We then head to Tanglewood, one of the homes of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, which was built in the late 1930s. It is located in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts and hosts an annual music series showcasing major talents. We will examine its history in a presentation by a BSO administrator.
At the Formal Gardens tent on the Tanglewood campus, we’ll have boxed lunches with coffee, tea, water beverage options.
One of the highlights of this program is the opportunity to meet and hear from BSO musicians and administrators. This afternoon we will enjoy two presentations by some of the players and staff.
At the hotel.
We will have our first BSO performance of the program in the Shed. We suggest bringing warm clothing as it can get cold at night in the Berkshires.