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Stock up on great gifts early or expand your own collection of BMOP/sound discs! Receive a selection of BMOP staff-curated picks at a special price or pick out some of our latest releases, including Leon Kirchner: Music for Orchestra and Lei Liang: A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams and receive free shipping through Monday, November 26, 2018.
Please give so that Gail Kubik's music can live in the heart of anyone who loves art! This upcoming BMOP/sound release features Kubik's Gerald McBoing Boing, Symphony Concertante, and his Divertimentos Nos. 1 and 2. Soloists Vivian Choi, Terry Everson, Frank Kelley, Jing Peng, and Robert Schulz make this a don't-miss disc, but we need your support!
A collaboration with Harvard University, featuring the Harvard Choruses.
Andrew Clark, conductor
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With the Harvard Choruses, we lift our communal voice in songs of remembrance.
Sweeping emotion, fantastical imagination and unabashed neo-Romanticism unite in this 20th century orchestral masterpiece…Check out our Kickstarter to learn more about Child Alice and read about our rewards (including BMOP tickets and Child Alice CDs). Thank you for your help!
"The orchestra has become one of the most artistically valuable in the
country for its support of music either new or so woefully neglected that it might as well be," writes David Allen. Allen recommends five BMOP/sound CDs - after all, who could pick just one!
Brown University hosts BMOP in February for open rehearsals, a performance of works by composition faculty Wang Lu, Eric Nathan and Joseph Butch Rovan and a Music Now lecture by Gil Rose. We return to campus in April to offer graduate and undergraduate students the rare chance to record their own works with a professional orchestra.
It's an orchestra! No, it's a video game! With bows speeding faster than the eye can follow and discrepancies between classical tradition and modern society overcome in a single bound...it's Play, rumored to be in the running for the best orchestral work written so far this century. On our very own BMOP/sound!
The Boston Modern Orchestra Project is the first-ever symphony orchestra to receive Musical America's prestigious Ensemble of the Year award!
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem and William Schuman: A Free Song. Sunday, May 3rd at 4pm at Sanders Theatre.