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Imagine yourself in New England; it's a sunny August afternoon. If the sight of rolling hills isn't exotic enough, soft, classical ear-soothing music starts to play too. Add a bottle of wine to this scenario and you've just stepped into one of the French paintings from the nineteenth century. The plot of Woody Allen's sunny European movies such as "Match Point" and "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" paint a similar picture right before things start to turn ugly. Fortunately, Tanglewood Wine tickets will provide you the opportunity to live these idyllic scenes without having real-life drama. You can experience the peaceful scenario at the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox.
The idea of wine on a food festival makes perfect sense given the ambiance that is created at the Tanglewood summer event. The annual festival named Tanglewood Wine and Food Classic has gained quite a lot of popularity over the years. The guests present at the festival will be in for a treat. They can expect to be offered great food, served with wine in a serene environment. Featuring wines from all around the globe, The Tanglewood Wine & Food Classic will also be presenting East Coast chefs and delicious locally sourced foods.
Tanglewood is known for its natural beauty, as well as its world-class music. Tanglewood Wine & Food Classic not only presents good food and quality wine but is also packed with live music performances, seminars, cooking demonstrations and celebrity chef dinners. This year too, the event presents renowned artists to entertain guests at the event. Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy this amazing experience, book your seats by getting Tanglewood Wine tickets now.
The event will open with a pre-rehearsed talk and the rehearsal for the next day's event. In the afternoon, the Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) will present the Young Artists Orchestra with conductor Paul Haas. BUTI is a known summer training program held to train aspiring high school musicians. Young artists will be guided by distinguished professionals in the presence of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO).
The diversity of programs offered as well as the rich culture of learning has achieved high artistic standards for the university. The rehearsals have a wide-ranging repertoire of both typical and contemporary works. Legendary Koussevitzky Music Shed willl host the performance conducted by Paul Haas. The conductor and composer has been defined as a "visionary" by the Time Out New York.
In evening the Boston Symphony Orchestra will present their piece with conductor Stéphane Denève and violinist Leonidas Kavakos. Born in France in 1971, Stéphane Denève is a French conductor. He graduated from the Paris Conservatoire and is known for his work with 'Orchestre de Paris' while he assisted Sir Georg Solti as a conductor. In 1999 he made his debut at the Santa Fe Opera. The Greek violinist, Leonidas Kavakos was born in 1967. In love with chamber music, Kavakos presents his own chamber music festival on an annual basis. He performs in Athens, his hometown as well as numerous international festivals.
A part of the fabled the "Big Five", the Boston Symphony Orchestra is one of the five major symphony orchestras in the country. Established in 1881, most of its concerts are held at the Boston's Symphony Hall. The summer performances of the orchestra are scheduled at the Tanglewood Music Center.
Now that the event is not too far away this is your chance to be a part of this unique occasion. Make your way to Tanglewood and attend this unique celebration of music wine and food.