Music

The ticket: Classical Music

Chester Higgins Jr./New York Times

TANGLEWOOD In honor of its 75th-anniversary season, the Tanglewood Music Center has commissioned more than 30 new pieces to be performed this summer. First up will be a new dance work choreographed by Mark Morris (pictured) to Reger’s arrangement of Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 (June 25 and 26, with Mark Morris Dance Group); then comes a performance by TMC fellows of premieres by Robin De Raaff and Arne Gieshoff alongside music by Stravinsky and Messiaen
(June 28). Lenox. 617-266-1200, www.tanglewood.org

ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL It’s another busy week at the Shalin Liu Performance Center, with works by Matthew Aucoin (June 23), Boston Symphony Chamber Players with pianist Emanuel Ax (June 25), Emmanuel Music with pianist Andrew Rangell (June 26), pianists Peter Serkin and Julia Hsu (June 27), and Cuarteto Latinoamericano (June 28). Rockport. 978-546-7391, www.rockportmusic.org

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ASTON MAGNA In a program of dances from the court of Louis XIV, artistic director Daniel Stepner and friends offer selections by Marais, Lully and others. June 25, 7 p.m., Brandeis University’s Slosberg Auditorium. 800-875-7156, www.astonmagna.org


CHOPIN SYMPOSIUM Pianists and pedagogues gather at the Rivers School Conservatory for the seventh Chopin Symposium, which explores the composer’s life and art through recitals, master classes, and lectures. June 26-28, www.chopin.splashthat.com

JEREMY EICHLER

Jeremy Eichler can be reached at jeichler@globe.com
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