A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams

*World Premiere

Gil Rose, conductor

A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams is commissioned by the Jebediah Foundation

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Sat, 2018-04-21 20:00
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<em>Pixlandia</em> (2016) *
TBA
<em>The Legend of Cowherd and Weaver Girl</em> (2018)*
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<em>A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams</em> (2017)*
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Something that isn't an "East Meets West" reference

The Trial at Rouen

Semi-staged opera in collaboration with Odyssey Opera

Gil Rose, conductor

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Concert Date 
Fri, 2017-12-01 20:00
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Tickets are also available for purchase online through the Odyssey Opera Box Office or by calling the Odyssey Opera Box Office at 617.826.1626 (Mon-Fri 10am-2pm).

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<em>The Triumph of Saint Joan Symphony</em> (1952)
<em>The Trial at Rouen</em> (1956)
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BMOP joins Odyssey Opera to continue a season centered around Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years' War with Norman Dello Joio's Trial at Rouen

Announcing our 2017-2018 season

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Get your tickets today!
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Catch our 22nd season! From Joan of Arc to Joan Tower, this year features old friends and new favorites, a fiery evening with Odyssey Opera, and Chinese-influenced world premieres. Full and partial season subscriptions now available.

Generations

*New England Premiere

Gil Rose, conductor

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Concert Date 
Sun, 2017-10-29 15:00
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<em> Judith, Choreographic Poem </em> (1949)
<em> Concerto for Piano and Orchestra </em> (2016)*
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<em> Scherzo Grosso </em> (2006)
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<em> Diotima </em> (1976)
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Longtime favorites, a piano concerto premiere, and a genre-defying piece for cello and orchestra get BMOP's 22nd season off to a rollicking start.

Boston Accent

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Leave your Rs at home and come hear some locally sourced music
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This month we feature four composers whose voices have been shaped by Boston's vibrant music scene. Join us, along with members of the Claremont Trio and violinist Miranda Cuckson, in a celebration of our city's talent! (clockwise from upper left: David Sanford, Ronald Perera, John Harbison, and Eric Sawyer)

Glass Works

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Happy birthday Philip Glass! BMOP salutes the pioneering minimalist on February 18
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Through the generosity of Philip Glass, BMOP is giving away two autographed box sets of Philip Glass: The Symphonies this Saturday, February 18. Buy tickets to enter! More information about the concert and this giveaway here.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Our annual contemporary opera production in collaboration with Odyssey Opera
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Next up, BMOP compromises its morals in a shadowy deal with the devil. It's Oscar Wilde's classic horror tale The Picture of Dorian Gray brought to operatic life by composer Lowell Liebermann. Don't miss this chance to indulge your dark side with a semi-staged production presented in collaboration with Odyssey Opera.

American Masters

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Join us this Saturday for our season opener!
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American Masters is a celebration of something that will always make us great: our art. Presenting works that span the last 70 years of American orchestral music by Harold Shapero, Gail Kubik, Michael Colgrass, and the late Steven Stucky. Featuring concertante soloists Terry Everson (trumpet), Jing Peng (viola), and Vivian Choi (piano).

Announcing our 2016-17 season

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Concerts in Jordan Hall and on the road
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Join us as we embark on our 21st season! From Philip Glass to Michael Colgrass, our season includes spirituals, a Schubert/Charlie Parker redux, a handful of dazzling concertos, and even an operatic dive into classic horror. Full and partial season subscriptions now available.

Boston Accent (Amherst)

Gil Rose, conductor

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Concert Date 
Sun, 2017-04-02 15:00
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Tickets are available for purchase from Amherst College. Contact the Box Office at 413.542.2195.

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<em>Black Noise</em>
Double Concerto for violin, cello, and orchestra
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<em>Fantasy Concerto: Concord Conversations</em>
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The Boston Crowd goes to Amherst.

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