After 46 years protecting classical music, The Eagle’s Andy Pincus retires | Berkshirelandscapes

LENOX — For the previous 100 years, The Berkshire Eagle has had simply two classical music critics — together with the foremost project of reviewing live shows because the Boston Symphony’s summer season dwelling at Tanglewood opened in 1937.

Jay C. Rosenfeld of Pittsfield labored for The Eagle from 1919 till shortly earlier than his dying in October 1975, reviewing Berkshire live shows and protecting Tanglewood.

From 1975 by way of final summer season, so did Lenox resident Andrew L. Pincus, 91, whose retirement is introduced as we speak.

Newspaper clipping of Rosenfeld obit

Jay Rosenfeld was The Berkshire Eagle’s first classical music critic, a

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