Tanglewood Unveils Serge Koussevitzky Sculpture Commissioned by John Williams

LENOX — The main gate at Tanglewood has a dramatic new look this season, thanks to the installation of a sculpture honoring the music festival’s founding father, Serge Koussevitzky.

The work by sculptor Penelope Jencks, unveiled at a Monday afternoon ceremony, was commissioned by John Williams, the third and last in a series he has funded honoring the three famous musicians, including Leonard Bernstein and composer Aaron Copland, who were central to the Boston Symphony’s summer home and its academy for young musicians.

Full article at The Berkshire Eagle

(Photos by Hillary Scott, courtesy BSO)