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Stars come out at 75th anniversary Tanglewood gala

John Williams conducts the Boston Pops orchestra, with guest singer James Taylor during Saturday's gala at Tanglewood.
John Williams conducts the Boston Pops orchestra, with guest singer James Taylor during Saturday's gala at Tanglewood.
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Tanglewood threw itself a gala birthday bash on Saturday, to honor the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s 75 summers in the Berkshires. The first concert on the property in 1937, which took place in a tent, didn’t actually happen until August, but July 14 was the day it was possible to assemble cellist Yo-Yo Ma, conductor John Williams, singer James Taylor, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, pianists Emanuel Ax and Peter Serkin, plus the Boston Symphony and Tanglewood Music ...


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