Sessions will include:
TLI-TMC OpenStudio† Piano Trio Master Class led by Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma
July 24 Friday 10am—12:30pm [Ozawa Hall]
In 1960, violinist Isaac Stern formed a trio with pianist Eugene Istomin and cellist Leonard Rose. For more than two decades, the acclaimed ensemble toured extensively and recorded the complete trios of Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, and Johannes Brahms. This Piano Trio master class is offered as part of Stern @100 Weekend.
† Tickets for the TLI-TMC OpenStudio class are also sold separately.
Stern on Film, lunch provided [Studio E]
Explore the rich catalogue of film that captures the essence and spirit of Stern’s artistry, advocacy, and global leadership with David Stern and Ara Guzelimian.
Playing with Stern [Studio E]
Join Ara Guzelimian and performers who collaborated with Stern to explore musical collaboration and artistic legacies.
Leadership in the Arts Today [Studio E]
A panel discussion about the role that arts organizations have in today’s society including Jane Chu (PBS, former chair National Endowment for the Arts) and Mark Volpe (BSO President & CEO).
Soldiers of Music Film Screening, lunch provided [Studio E]
Mstislav Rostropovich—cellist, conductor, and defender of free speech—lost his citizenship and was exiled for 16 years from the Soviet Union for sheltering and defending author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. This Emmy award-winning documentary traces his first return to Russia, in 1991, and includes concert footage, tear-filled reunions, and a country seemingly in revolution again. Directed by Albert Maysles, Susan Froemke, Peter Gelb, and Bob Eisenhardt.
The Big Idea: Bright Sheng
Inaugural Bernstein Lecture
July 25 Saturday 5—6pm [Ozawa Hall]
In celebration of the 100th birthday year of violinist Isaac Stern, whose work as a cultural ambassador had a greater impact on our world than his incredible musicianship, join composer, conductor, and pianist Bright Sheng for a creator’s view of ways in which music creates a more civil society. This inaugural Bernstein Lecture is presented in honor of one of music’s greatest champions and Tanglewood legend, Leonard Bernstein. The Big Idea is supported by Marillyn Tufte Zacharis.
Additional sessions to be announced.