The Berkshire Fringe has some of the most unusual – and rib tickling – offerings of the summer: experimental, scholarly, irreverant theatre that is on the cutting edge.
On Sunday,August 3 classical music returns to an otherwise arid Northern Berkshires as C.E.W.M. offers a concert of delightful Baroque music at the Clark Art Institute.
Tommy Tune brings his considerable talent to Barrington Stage Company on July 28 with “Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales.”
50 musicians and composers offer a feast of groundbreaking music beginning July 26 and culminating with the mind bending six hour musical marathon August 2.
Surf’s up even in the landlocked Berkshires when the legendary Beach Boys bring California spirit to Tanglewood.
Combining music with drama, this evening of theatre explores the young Beethoven when he was in love, and just beginning to lose his hearing.
With A Midsummer Night’s Dream being performed from July 17-27 outdoors in the park, a whole city takes note and celebrates.
For 50 years, Peter Schickele has unearthed P.D.Q. Bach scores, each one more jaw-dropping than the last, building a legacy which will someday seal the doom of Musical Culture.
A new Americana Music Festival, presented on Friday Evenings from July 11 through August 29.
Arriving with Anres Nelsons is “Lawncast,” a new app – free to the first 500 who download from the BSO.
On July 5, Renée Fleming will sing songs from South Pacific, The King and I, Porgy and Bess, and The Sound of Music
Some fun and fizzy entertainment on Mondays in Chatham, NY.