My inlaws are visiting this weekend, and we were debating whether another trip to Tanglewood was in order, since it rained for their previous visit. I checked the performance calendar. Friday will be Weber, Mahler, Carter, and Stravinsky—which would be perfect for me but would probably either terrify or irritate the rest of the family. Ah well. But Saturday?
All Mozart Program. Sir Neville Marriner conducting. Overture to The Marriage of Figaro; two Italian concert arias; Piano Concerto No.23 in A; and Symphony No. 39.
Plus it will be only 80° F and sunny in Lenox that day. Sounds like a plan.