Tanglewood, a place for community and artistic engagement, is deepening its roots.
The musical resource and venue has curated generations of music with a focus on classical and orchestral ensembles for concert-goers over the last two decades.
But now, that venue also has another purpose: learning.
The new Linde Center for Music and Learning, the branch of Tanglewood Learning Institute and of the Tanglewood Music Center, officially opened its doors on June 28 with a ribbon-cutting and red-carpet-style ceremony.
The Linde Center is the centerpiece for Tanglewood’s transformation. And for many Berkshire natives, Tanglewood is a place about connections.
The Linde Center is an artistic immersion for the public and a vast cultural shift for the Berkshire community, according to Linda Matchan, Boston Symphony Orchestra’s senior publicist.
“It will be the incubator to deepen an exploration of arts through music,” said Matchan. “The center offers a broader, exploratory way to engage the community with music and art.”
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