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Music
 
Tanglewood
Summer Home of the Boston Symphony and the Boston Pops. Performances begin June 24 and end Aug. 31 with the Tanglewood Jazz Festival.
Box Office: 619-638-9289. Lawn tickets available at the gates. West Rd., Lenox
www.bso.org

Berkshire Choral Festival
In Sheffield, five Sat. evening concerts featuring a chorus of over 200 voices accompanied by the Springfield Symphony in a perfect setting at the Berkshire School. Matchless ! 
413-229-8526
Email:
bcf@choralfest.org
www.choralfest.org

Berkshire Opera Company
Presents fully and semi-staged operas in Gt. Barrington, Pittsfield and Williamstown, June – August. 
413-442-9955
www.berkshireopera.org

Close Encounters with Music
Spring, Fall and Winter concerts presented in a thematic context. Professional musicians in chamber music programs. Gt. Barrington.
800-843-778
www.cewmusic.org

Berkshire Lyric Theater
In its 36th year, presenting classical and Broad-way musicals, training and performance opportunities fro singers. Robt. Blafield Artistic Director. 
413-499-0258
www.berkshirelyric.org

South Mountain Concerts
One of America’s most distinguished centers for chamber music events. Wordl renowned quartets in 3:PM Sunday afternoon concerts, Sept. & Oct.
Rt. 7 & 20, Pittsfield 
413-442-2106
www.pittsfieldweb.com/culture

Music Works
Chamber Music performances from Fall through Spring. Concets in Richmond, Pittsfield, Lenox and Gt. Barrington. Mark Ludwig, Music Director.
413-698-2002
POB 199, Richmond, MA 01254.
www.musicworksberkshires.org

Stockbridge Chamber Concerts
Founded in 1975, July – August chamber music concerts held in Searles Castle, Gt. Barrington.
E-mail:
eahscc@hotmail.com

Aston Magna Festival
Baroque and Early Romantic Period music performed in St. James Church, Gt. Barrington.
413-528-3595.
Off-season 800-875-7156
www.astonmagnafestival.org

Berkshire Bach Society
Presents professional choral and instrumental concerts of Baroque music year round. Also lectures, seminars and outreach programs to area schools. 
413-528-9277
www.berkshirebach.org.

Mac-Haydn Theatre
Professional musical theater in the round with over 300 past productions in Chatham, NY. Popular Children’s Theater Workshop. 
518-392-9292
www.machaydntheatre.org

Shaker Mountain Performing Arts Festival
A showcase for opera singers who arrive each summer to study and audition for roles in the six operas to be staged during July-August festival.
800-588-9757
www.shakermountainfestival.org
Robert M. Boland Theater, Kousevitsky Arts Center, Berkshire Community College, Pittsfield.

 
Dance 
Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival
Internationally celebrated center for the dance - in all forms, presents the world’s greatest dancers and troupes. Founded in 1933 by Ted Shawn in this pastoral setting, it’s now on the the National Register of Historic Places. 413-637-1322.
358 George Carter Road, Becket, MA .
www.jacobspillow.org

Albany Berkshire Ballet
Nationally recognized professional ballet company performing a large repertoire of classical and contemporary dance works in Albany and Pittsfield.
518-426-0660413-442-1307
www.berkshireballet.org


Theater
 
Berkshire Theatre Festival
75th Anniversary Season in Stockbridge, mid-June through August. Professional summer stock with a new version of Peter Pan beginning Aug 12.
413-298 5536 or 5576
www.berkshiretheatre.org

Unicorn Theatre / BTF
Experimental part of the Berkshire Theatre Festival presents theatre-in-the-round productions, May–June.
www.berkshiretheatre.org/unicorn.html.

Shakespeare & Company
A theatrical campus, 2 indoor theatres plus tented outdoor stage with free plays on Saturdays at 10 AM and 6:PM. Many productions throughout the summer and fall with Troubadors, Morris dancers and Satyricons performing while you picnic.
Kemble St., Lenox.
www.shakespeare.org.

Barrington Stage Company
Highly praised, award-winning productions. Main Stage June 25 through August. Stage II dedicated to emerging artists. Beerkshire School Road, Sheffield, MA. 528-8888
www.berkshirestageco.org.

Town Players of Pittsfield
Bringing the Best of Broadway to the Berkshires since 1921. Three productions a year, fall, winter, spring, the Robert Boland Theater, Berkshire City College, Pittsfield. 
413-443-9279.
www.berkshire.net/townplayers.


Theater Barn, New Lebanon, NY
Presenting Revues, Musicals and off- Broadway comedies in this their 20th Anniversary season.
Eight productions, June 13 through October 12.
654 Rt. 20. 
518-794-8989
www.theaterbarn.com

Williamstown Theatre Festival
Founded in 1955, the WTF presents classic plays, premiers and revivals on its two stages from late June through Late August each summer. Many famous alumni. 
413-458-3200
www.wtfestival.org.

The News in Review
Emmy-winning satirical troupe presents all-new topical revue skeweringthe people and places in the news, nightly, July – August. 
413-637-1364
Located at Cranwell Resort, Rt. 20, Lenox, MA
www.newsinrevue.com


Cinema 
The Triplex Cinema Theater
First-run and art movie theater with three screens.
70 Railroad St., Gt. Barrington. 
413-528-8885
www.thetriplex.com

Berkshire Museum’s Little Cinema
The museum’s movie theater screens the finest US and foreign films, nightly May – Sept. 8 :PM.
39 South St., Pittsfield.
www.berkshiremuseum.org





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