Music: In Tanglewood Shed

Although summer music in the U. S.

has increased in quantity and quality in recent years, until last week no U. S. orchestra has had both a dignified summer home of its own and a socialite summer audience. Then, in the Berkshire hills near Stockbridge, Mass., into a large, new pavilion, nearly 6,000 people trooped for the opening of the fifth annual Berkshire Symphonic Festival. Seated, the audience beamed at the Boston Symphony. The Boston Symphony, pleased with its new summer home—called, with Brahmin deprecation, a Music Shed—beamed back.

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