Tanglewood Music Festival Weekend

Connect with fellow NJSO patrons as we travel to the picturesque Berkshires.

Friday, July 20—Sunday, July 22, 2018
Lenox, Williamstown and Pittsfield, MA

  • See conductor Herbert Blomstedt, pianist Emanuel Ax and the Boston Symphony Orchestra perform Mozart, Bernstein and Haydn at Tanglewood.

  • Tour Ventfort Hall Mansion, The Clark Art Institute and Herman Mellville’s Arrowhead.

Package price: $1,150 per person (double/shared occupancy), $1,350 per person (single/private occupancy)

This event has reached a capacity limit and is no longer taking reservations.

For questions, contact Renee Pachucki, Sr. Director of Development Strategy, at 973.735.1722 or [email protected].


Weekend Highlights

Tanglewood Music Festival
On Friday, Herbert Blomstedt will lead the Boston Symphony Orchestra in an All-Mozart Program featuring Symphony No. 41, Jupiter and Emanuel Ax performs Piano Concerto No. 17 in G, K. 453. On Saturday, Blomstedt once again leads the BSO in Mozart’s Symphony No. 34, Bernstein’s Halil Nocturne for Flute and Orchestra, and Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass.

Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum
Ventfort is a Jacobean Revival-style mansion built in 1893 for Sarah Morgan, the sister of J. P. Morgan. Over the past 20 years, the mansion has been undergoing a massive restoration to bring it back to its former glory after falling into disrepair. The tour provides an intriguing look at what goes into an historic restoration and interesting stories of this property’s history.

The Clark Art Institute
The Clark houses exceptional European and American paintings and sculpture, extensive collections of master prints and drawings, English silver and early photography. One of the most beloved and respected art museums in the world and is known for its intimate galleries and stunning natural environment.

Herman Melville's Arrowhead
Explore the historic grounds of Herman Melville’s home, barn and study at Arrowhead, where he wrote Moby Dick

This all inclusive travel package includes transportation from Newark in a luxury motorcoach and transfers, overnight accommodations at the Crowne Plaza (Pittsfield, MA), meals, admissions and gratuities.

The NJSO Travel Program is open to NJSO Symphony Friend donors (Annual Fund donors of $100 or more) and Amadeus Circle members. Reservations are honored on a first-come, first-served basis and must be accompanied by full payment and a completed reservation form.