Magyar Madness

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We begin the new year with sounds of Hungary
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World premieres by local composers Bálint Karosi and Kati Agócs, plus Béla Bartók and György Ligeti. With special guests Gabriela Diaz, violin, and the Lorelei Ensemble.

Fantastic Mr. Fox

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Tickets are available for our next concert on Sunday, December 7 at 3pm.
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Our concert performance of Tobias Picker's opera is a co-production with Odyssey Opera and features the Boston Children's Chorus.

Surround Sound

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Tickets are on sale now for our season opener on Sunday October 12 at 3pm.
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Featuring works by Ronald Bruce Smith, David Felder, and a world premiere by Anthony Paul De Ritis that merge orchestral and electronic sounds in profound and imaginative ways.

Blizzard Voices

*winner of the BMOP-NEC Composition Competition

Gil Rose, conductor

Free admission to this concert is made possible by a generous donation from the Gregory E. Bulger Foundation.

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Thu, 2015-03-05 20:00
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Tickets are no longer available for online reservation. Please contact the Jordan Hall Box Office at 617.585.1260 to place your order.

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<em>Ondine</em>*
Concerto for Bass Viol
bass
<em>The Blizzard Voices</em>
soprano
soprano
mezzo-soprano
tenor
baritone
bass-baritone
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Pre-concert talk one hour prior to concert
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The Blizzard Voices
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The Blizzard Voices

Magyar Madness

*World Premiere

Gil Rose, conductor

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Concert Date 
Sat, 2015-01-24 20:00
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Tickets are no longer available for online purchase. Please contact the Jordan Hall Box Office at 617.585.1260 to place your order.

Season 
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<em>Existentia—in memory of Sándor Weöres</em>*
Violin Concerto
violin
<em>Three Village Scenes</em>
<em>The Debrecen Passion</em>*
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Magyar Madness
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Magyar Madness

Surround Sound

* World Premiere

Gil Rose, conductor

Due to the audio setup, this concert will have seating in the floor section only.

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Concert Date 
Sun, 2014-10-12 15:00
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Tickets are no longer available for online purchase. Please contact the Jordan Hall Box Office at 617.585.1260 to place your order.

Season 
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<em>Constellation</em> (2000)
<em>Riflessioni</em>* (2014)
bassoon
<em>Les Quatre Temps Cardinaux</em> (2013)
soprano
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Surround Sound
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Surround Sound

A Fine Centennial

Presented in collaboration with The Fine Family, The Irving Fine Society, and Brandeis University.

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Fri, 2014-05-16 20:00
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Tickets are no longer available for online purchase. Please contact the Jordan Hall Box Office at 617.585.1260 to place your order.

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Blue Towers (1959)
Diversions for Orchestra (1959)
Serenade in D for string orchestra (1946)
Prelude, Aria, and Waltz for string orchestra (1945, rev. 1982)
Symphony (1962)
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Pre-concert talk at 7:00pm by Nicholas Alexander Brown, Music Director & Founder, The Irving Fine Society
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Five feisty works by Fine and friends: "Boston School" colleagues Harold Shapero and Arthur Berger
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BMOP partners with the Fine Family, the Irving Fine Society, and Brandeis University to celebrate a slice of American music history in A Fine Centennial (photo: Shapero, Fine, et al, Tanglewood, 1946 courtesy of Irving Fine Collection, Library of Congress, Music Division)

Virgil Thomson: Four Saints in Three Acts

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Set to an imaginative, fluid libretto by Gertrude Stein, Thomson’s opera is a collection of vignettes featuring the legendary Saints Teresa and Ignatius.
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BMOP opens its 18th season on Saturday, November 16 with a concert performance of Virgil Thomson’s innovative opera Four Saints in Three Acts, which rocked the world of opera when it debuted on Broadway in 1934.

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