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Boston Symphony shines in accompanying roles

Frederica von Stade with Tanglewood Music Center fellows Ryan Casperson and Sam Filson Parkinson, performing in Candide with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. (Hilary Scott photo)
Frederica von Stade with Tanglewood Music Center fellows Ryan Casperson and Sam Filson Parkinson, performing in Candide with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. (Hilary Scott photo)
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LENOX, Mass. — The Boston Symphony Orchestra, usually heard without visual add-ons, played an accompanying role at the weekend’s Tanglewood concerts, in programs built around something to see. Thursday’s guest performance of a slightly staged Handel opera was followed by a Friday Lawncast for listeners and a few guinea pigs with personal devices. Saturday brought a concert staging of a Broadway show. The eyes had it. THURSDAY Handel’s “Teseo,” presented by the San Francisco-based Philharmonia ...


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