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Seiji Ozawa and Arthur Fielder, aboard a train during Tanglewood on Parade, 1975.
Heinz Weissenstein/Whitestone Photo/courtesy of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
July 2, 2012 See a treasure trove of archival photos from the beloved festival in the Berkshires.
The natty, 'Vogue'-ready Charlie Siem.
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September 2, 2011 A violinist strikes a pose and protesters disrupt a London concert: all the classical news that's fit to link.
July 15, 2011 Storm winds blow through New York and a political chill settles over Russia: all the classical news that's fit to link.
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The Vixen (Isabel Bayrakdarian) sows seeds of discontent among the barnyard animals.
New Press Photo Firenze/Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
August 6, 2010 Although populated with barnyard animals, the opera speaks volumes about human nature, though some of Janacek's most touching music.
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January 4, 2008 Pushkin's grim tale of greed and obsession gets even darker in Tchaikovsky's opera, The Queen of Spades. Renowned tenor Neil Shicoff is the love-obsessed Hermann and soprano Martina Serafin plays his victim, at the Vienna State Opera.
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