Berkshire Music Festival

Berkshire Music Festival

(Tanglewood) summer home of Boston Symphony since 1934. [Music Hist.: Thompson, 202–203]
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Mario announced his intention to become a singer at 16 and made his debut at the Berkshire Music Festival in 1942 as Fenton in The Merry Wives of Windsor, changing his name to Mario Lanza as a tribute to his mother.
He wrote five symphonies, numerous choral, piano, and operatic works, toured the world with various orchestras, and founded the Berkshire Music Festival.

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