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Free concert Sunday at Tanglewood Learning Institute

The good news is that the orchestra has booked a series of free pop-up concerts during the same time period, and one of them will be held Sunday, Feb. 9.

Lenox — The bad news is that, due to concerns over the spread of the new coronavirus, the Boston Symphony Orchestra canceled its East Asia tour, which was to run Feb. 6–16. The good news is that the orchestra has booked a series of free pop-up concerts during the same time period, and one of them will be held Sunday, Feb. 9, from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Linde Center for Music and Learning at Tanglewood. Members of the BSO will present a program of Mozart, Bach and Beethoven, and you may recognize the stellar lineup: Victor Romanul, violin; Xin Ding, violin; Daniel Getz, viola; Adam Esbensen, cello. In case you’ve already forgotten, these are the same players who performed an unforgettable program of Kodály and Beethoven at the Linde Center on Dec. 1. Their performance on Sunday is bound to be breathtaking.

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