Bus trip to a concert at Tanglewood.
Lahav Shani conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Mozart and Schubert featuring violinist Joshua Bell, one of the most celebrated violinists of his era. http://joshuabell.com
Sunday, August 13, 2017
2:30 pm, Koussevitzky Music Shed Lenox, MA
MOZART Overture to The Marriage of Figaro
MOZART Violin Concerto No. 1 in B-flat, K.207
SCHUBERT Symphony in C, The Great
Tickets include transportation on a deluxe coach and Shed Seats at Tanglewood.
You may bring a picnic (limited space on the bus) or lunch at one of the several onsite eateries.
Tickets $135 (Museum members $125)
Tickets will be sold until bus is filled or until July 10th.
Bus leaves Storrs at 9 am;
leaves Tanglewood at 5 pm.
There is one pick up/drop off along the way for those from the Hartford area.
Sundays at Tanglewood will offer visitors a chance to engage in entertaining and pre-concert activities.
SPACE IS LIMITED so please RSVP as soon as possible! Call 860-486-4520 or email Susan.Kaufman@uconn.edu for more information.
On Sunday, August 13, young Israeli conductor Lahav Shani makes his BSO debut on a program featuring Tanglewood regular, violinist Joshua Bell in Mozart’s energetic and playful Violin Concerto No. 1, written in 1773 when the composer was just 17. Mr. Shani also lead the BSO in the overture to Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro and Schubert’s Symphony in C, The Great. The composer’s ultimate symphony (in both senses of the word: it is his biggest and last work in the genre), the C major was famously praised for its “heavenly length” by Robert Schumann, who observed also that it “transports us into a world we cannot recall ever having been before.”