Trey Anastasio Performs With Boston Pops At Tanglewood on June 29

Rock legend Trey Anastasio will perform with the Boston Pops at the Tanglewood concert series on Saturday, June 29 at 7 p.m.

Tanglewood Anastasio

Anastasio is guitarist and singer-songwriter who co-founded Phish in 1983 at The University of Vermont. In 1998, he branched out with a solo project that would eventually become Trey Anastasio Band, starting out as a trio and having as many as 10 different musicians in 2002.

Along with his tours with these bands, Anastasio has also performed live as a solo act. In 2009, he performed in Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic and has performed with a number of orchestras across the country, owing credit to his background in orchestration and composition. In 2020, he presented ‘The Beacon Jams‘ as a way to connect and perform with fans during the COVID pandemic, spanning eight weeks. He has released 18 solo albums and is touring at various venues across the U.S, including Tanglewood. 

The Boston Pops conductor for the performance, Edwin Outwater, is an esteemed conductor and is currently the Music Director of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has been conducting since 2001 all across the country.

Each summer, Tanglewood welcomes highly established artists like Anastasio and Outwater to perform at the Koussevitzky Music Shed. The venue is located in the Berkshire hills in western Massachusetts. 

To purchase tickets for Anastasio’s and the Pop’s performance you can visit the website here.

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