2007 Archives (May/June)



In this Issue:

Levine's Lenox Library
by Richard Dyer
For Boston’s music director, the key to a balanced classical career lies in a blend of opera, conducting, and instrumental performance—all in a summer’s day at the Tanglewood Music Center.

The Knight's Roundtable
with Catherine Cahill, John Forsyte, Anna Ross, & Tony Woodcock
Did the Magic of Music Orchestra Initiative live up to its name? Insiders reflect on a major ten-year funding program and its impact.


Still High on Ojai
By Susan Elliott
A mystically beautiful setting lends atmosphere to this California music festival. Eclectic programming gives it panache.

Summer Festivals 2007
Classical music fans are packing their bags for the al fresco listening season. SYMPHONY’S annual guide has all the details. 


by Rebecca Winzenried


By Daniel Felsenfeld
Starbucks and the symphony


By Alan Fletcher
Jazz riffs, classical connections

In Print
by Jack Sullivan
Hitchcock’s wild musical ride


The Score
At the League
Electronic media assistance
Advertiser Index
The League Annual Fund

About the Cover

Day to night, coast to coast, summer festivals offer an abundance of programs for families, fans, and phenomenal music students. Top to bottom: the New York Philharmonic Concerns in the Parks (photo by Chris Lee); Tanglewood Music Festival (BSO photo); Aspen Music Festival (Alex Irvin); Music Academy of the West (Jean Cook); and Ravinia Music Festival. 

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