Conductor, Stéphane Denève, is incredibly excited to be making his Tanglewood debut this week - and reasonably excited to be on our show again.

Jennifer Taylor for The New York Times

For over five decades, Lorin Maazel has been one of the world's most esteemed and sought-after conductors. Maestro Maazel recently completed his seventh and final season as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic. He continues, now in his fourth season, as the inaugural Music Director of the spectacular, Santiago Calatrava-designed opera house in Valencia, Spain, the Palau de les Arts "Reina Sofia" and as the founder and Artistic Director of new festival, the Castleton Festival, launched to exceptional acclaim in 2009.

Stu Rosner

BSO principal flutist, Elizabeth Rowe, joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 2004 and holds the Walter Piston Principal Flute Chair. Prior to joining the BSO, Ms. Rowe held titled positions with the orchestras of Fort Wayne, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C., and was a member of the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, Florida.  

Stu Rosner

Star of stage and screen (large and small), Bernadette Peters, will perform withe Keith Lockhart and The Boston Pops in the Shed at Tanglewood in Lenox, MA on Sunday, July 8th at 2:30pm.

We welcome her to the show and speak with her about Sondheim, The Muppets, Broadway Barks, and more.

Music Clips:

Keith Lockhart, conductor of The Boston Pops, speaks with us about this season at Tanglewood, what the history of The Pops means to him, and more.

One of the premiere violinists in the world - Joshua Bell - will return to Tanglewood tomorrow night to perform the world premiere of Edgar Meyer’s Double Concerto for violin, double bass, and orchestra for their opening weekend. TThat performance will be conducted by Kansas City Symphony Music Director, Michael Stern, making his Tanglewood and BSO debut.

Tony Simotes and Elizabeth Aspenleider from Shakespeare and Company - tell us about the many and varied exciting projects they are working on.

Bassist and composer, Edgar Meyer joins us. Joshua Bell will return to Tanglewood tomorrow night and join Meyer in performing  the world premiere of Meyer’s Double Concerto for violin, double bass, and orchestra.

Ellen Highstein joins us to talk about the experience young musicians have at the Tanglewood Music Center.

It's always a treat to speak with BSO Artistic Administrator, Tony Fogg about the planning and execution of a Tanglewood season.

It's always fun talking to BSO's Managing Director, Mark Volpe, about the Tanglewood season in store.