A classic musical, The Fantasticks has a message as timeless as its love story.
From Latvia, Andris Nelsons is one of the youngest, and already one of the most popular, music directors of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Henry Klein’s paintings capture how nature is ever reinventing itself in the Berkshires.
An adventurous slate of plays new and old, in Oldcastle’s new digs in downtown Bennington, VT.
Bel canto singer Maureen O’Flynn will join the choruses of Berkshire Lyric to celebrate their Golden Anniversary at Tanglewood.
The glorious music of Greig and Brahms meets the spoken words of Henrik Ibsen, delivered by the inimitable Tina Packer.
String Quartets are what bring music lovers to Music Mountain, but so does jazz, folk, and big band sounds.
The elegant Jaconean-Revival Berkshire Cottage welcomes an immensely talented string trio for music and socializing.
A sad goodbye with fond remembrances.
Burns and Murray review New Stage’s production of “The Jewish Jester” at the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge.
J.S. Bach wrote for every imaginable combination of instruments, and you can hear his work for organ and cello in Bennington at the First Old Church.
Julia Chalfin and Paul Houghtaling present concerts ranging from Bach t Rock in these unusual programs.