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Review: BSO wraps up Tanglewood season

Film night, Beethoven's Ninth attract big crowds; pianist Trifonov electrifying

Assistant Conductor Andris Poga leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra on Friday night at Tanglewood in a program that featured pianist Peter Serkin. (Hilary Scott)
Assistant Conductor Andris Poga leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra on Friday night at Tanglewood in a program that featured pianist Peter Serkin. (Hilary Scott)
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The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Tanglewood concert season concluded without surprise program changes, cancellations by performers or weather events like the ones that unsettled earlier weekends. Friday in the Koussevitzky Music Shed, the orchestra showcased its assistant conductor and pianist Peter Serkin; Saturday’s film night was a joy ride with John Williams, Audra McDonald and the Boston Pops, and on Sunday afternoon, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus joined principal guest conductor Bernard Haitink and soloists for the ...

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