Yup, it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but we’re already thinking about the summer concert schedule that’s coming up some seven months down the road.
Over in Lenox, Mass., Tanglewood‘s schedule focuses squarely on its classical music season, and you can check out the complete schedule here. But they always manage to sneak in a few tasty pop concerts during the summer, too.
Here are some of the pop highlights:
Saturday, June 26, 5:45pm: “A Prairie Home Companion” live broadcast hosted by Garrison Keillor
Saturday, July 3, 7pm: James Taylor and Carole King
Sunday, July 4, 7pm: James Taylor and Carole King (benefit for Tanglewood)
Sunday, July 18, 2:30 pm: The Boston Pops Orchestra with Arlo Guthrie
Sunday, July 18, 8pm @ Ozawa Hall: Vocalist-actress Audra McDonald‘s “A New American Songbook”
Sunday, August 8, 8:30pm: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble
Saturday, September 4, 2pm @ Ozawa Hall: “Radio Deluxe” with John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey
Saturday, September 4, 8pm @ Ozawa Hall: Kurt Elling with the Laurence Hobson Trio
Sunday, September 5, 2pm @ Ozawa Hall: Eddie Daniels, the Bob James Broadway Boogie Quartet, the Legendary Count Basie Orchestra
Sunday, September 5, 8pm @ Ozawa Hall: The Julian Lage Group, the Donal Fox Quartet
Tickets for concerts in Tanglewood’s 2010 season go on sale to the general public on Sunday, February 14.