Tuesdays With Tanglewood Spend Tuesdays with music from the Tanglewood Music Center.

Tuesdays With Tanglewood

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Spend Tuesdays with music from the Tanglewood Music Center.

Most Recent Episodes

The Heavenly Life and more (1910)

All summer long, WMHT Listeners have a front row seat for concert performances and interviews recorded at Tanglewood, on Tuesday's with the TMC. Hosted by Michael Nock of the Famed Tanglewood Music Center, this podcast features some archival performances as well as some of the current season's finest concert recordings. On this episode, a father races to save his child, Mahler's view of The Heavenly Life and more.

An off-kilter waltz and more (1909)

Since 1937, the Boston Symphony has made its summer home at Tanglewood. And since 1940, students from the top conservatories all over the country and beyond have gathered there to study at the Tanglewood Music Center, immersed in nature, mentorship and music. On this episode of Tuesdays with the TMC, an off-kilter waltz from Tchaikovsky, existential Beethoven and more.

Ravel, Respighi and more (1907)

Since 1937, the Boston Symphony has made its summer home at Tanglewood. And since 1940, students from the top conservatories all over the country and beyond have gathered there to study at the Tanglewood Music Center, immersed in nature, mentorship and music. On this episode of Tuesdays with the TMC, the visual arts interpreted by Respighi, the natural world interpreted by Ravel and more.

A Wagner Extravaganza (1906)

All summer long, WMHT Listeners have a front row seat for concert performances and interviews recorded at Tanglewood, on Tuesday's with the TMC. Hosted by Michael Nock of the Famed Tanglewood Music Center, this podcast features some archival performances as well as some of the current season's finest concert recordings. On this episode, a Wagner Extravaganza, including a conversation with Stephanie Blythe.

Vintage Wagner, Bach and more (1905)

Since 1937, the Boston Symphony has made its summer home at Tanglewood. And since 1940, students from the top conservatories all over the country and beyond have gathered there to study at the Tanglewood Music Center, immersed in nature, mentorship and music. On this episode of Tuesdays with the TMC, vintage Wagner, Bach, Mozart and more.

String Quartet Marathon (1904)

All summer long, WMHT Listeners have a front row seat for concert performances and interviews recorded at Tanglewood, on Tuesday's with the TMC. Hosted by Michael Nock of the Famed Tanglewood Music Center, this podcast features some archival performances as well as some of the current season's finest concert recordings. On this episode, a String Quartet Marathon.

Entry-level Schoenberg and more (1903)

Since 1937, the Boston Symphony has made its summer home at Tanglewood. And since 1940, students from the top conservatories all over the country and beyond have gathered there to study at the Tanglewood Music Center, immersed in nature, mentorship and music. On this episode of Tuesdays with the TMC, "entry-level" Arnold Schoenberg, an Archduke and more.

Mozart, Beethoven and more (1902)

All summer long, WMHT Listeners have a front row seat for concert performances and interviews recorded at Tanglewood, on Tuesday's with the TMC. Hosted by Michael Nock of the Famed Tanglewood Music Center, this podcast features some archival performances as well as some of the current season's finest concert recordings. On this episode, Gemma New conducts a late Symphony of Mozart, music for Brass and more.

Concerto for Orchestra and more (1901)

Since 1937, the Boston Symphony has made its summer home at Tanglewood. And since 1940, students from the top conservatories all over the country and beyond have gathered there to study at the Tanglewood Music Center, immersed in nature, mentorship and music. On this episode of Tuesdays with the TMC, a Concerto from the very end of the life of Bela Bartok and more.

Must it be? It Must Be. Beethoven @ WMHT

From a concert performance by TMC Fellows at the WMHT Studios on August 7, 2019, Beethoven's String Quartet 16 in F, Op.135, performed by Cameron Daly & Carolyn Semes, violins; Joseph Burke, viola; John Lee, cello.

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