linde center for music and learning

The Linde Center for Music and Learning
BSO Press Office

Today we are broadcasting from The Linde Center for Music and Learning. Specifically, we are broadcasting from the Volpe Family Studio.

It is a 32 by 24 foot space – one of four buildings that make up this new center. To tell us all about it, we welcome back our friend and host Mark Volpe – the Managing Director of The Boston Symphony Orchestra.

The Linde Center
BSO Press Office

The Linde Center for Music and Learning is designed by William Rawn Associates Architects, led by William Rawn and Cliff Gayley, and is the largest building project at Tanglewood in 25 years, since the construction of Ozawa Hall, which was also designed by William Rawn Associates.

The $33 million-dollar Linde Center for Music and Learning at Tanglewood adds 6,000 new square feet of performance and rehearsal space and is designed to play a key role in establishing Tanglewood as an all-season facility, with Tanglewood Learning Institute programming, event rentals, and concert use by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

6/28/19 Panel

Jun 28, 2019

Editor and Publisher of The Columbia Paper Parry Teasdale, Berkshire Eagle Executive Editor Kevin Moran, and Berkshire Eagle reporter Jenn Smith join us at Tanglewood's The Linde Center for Music and Learning for an abbreviated Roundtable Panel.

Hilary Scott

Tanglewood’s major new four-building multi-use complex for performance and learning will be named the Linde Center for Music and Learning in recognition of leadership gifts made by Joyce and Edward H. Linde and their family.

Construction of the new facilities will be completed early this year ahead of a June 2019 opening.

The Linde Center will dramatically increase the learning and rehearsal space for the Tanglewood Music Center and will serve as a home to the Tanglewood Learning Institute’s programming - a new wide-ranging initiative of dynamic, engaging, and thought-provoking activities launching in summer 2019.

These new buildings will be Tanglewood’s first year-round facilities available for event and performance use by the BSO and TLI, Berkshire community, and beyond. Mark Volpe is the President and CEO of The Boston Symphony.