Trouble

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Recent works by Iyer and Ziporyn, classics by Foss and Surinach
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Works from contemporary greats Vijay Iyer and Evan Ziporyn with classics from 20th-century masters Carlos Surinach and Lukas Foss.

Trouble

Gil Rose, conductor

Program is subject to change

 

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Fri, 2018-11-30 20:00
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<em>Acrobats of God</em> (1960)
Cello Concerto (1966)
cello
<em>Trouble</em> (2017)
violin
<em>Frog's Eye</em> (2002)
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November 30

Time Release

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BMOP kicks off its 23rd sesason
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BMOP opens the 2018-2019 season with a bang! Featuring percussionist Colin Currie performing Time Release by Steven Mackey and composer and harpist Hannah Lash performing her Concerto No. 2 for Harp and Orchestra. Harold Meltzer's Vision Machine and Mackey's Tonic round out the program.

John Corigliano Portrait Concert

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BMOP celebrates the work of John Corigliano
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BMOP presents the works of modern master John Corigliano. Our February 23, 2019, concert includes his Symphony No. 2 and we welcome back Eliot Fisk to perform Corigliano's guitar concerto Troubadours. Also featured on this concert will be the winner of the annual BMOP-NEC Composition Competition.

John Harbison 80th Birthday Celebration

Gil Rose, conductor

 

BMOP celebrates the life and works of Boston contemporary music figurehead John Harbison.

Program is subject to change

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Sun, 2019-04-07 15:00
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Concerto for Viola and Orchestra (1990)
viola
<em>Milosz Songs</em> for Soprano and Orchestra (2006)
soprano
Symphony No. 6 (2011)
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Harbison celebration

Haroun and the Sea of Stories - Free tickets to federal workers!

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Find out how by clicking the above link
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BMOP takes a trip to an operatic world of water genies, mechanical birds, fantastical creatures, and more, as we welcome back soprano Heather Buck to reprise the title role she created in Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Charles Wuorinen. This semi-staged production also features bass-baritone Stephen Bryant and a whole cast of Boston's favorite opera singers.

John Corigliano Portrait Concert

Gil Rose, conductor

Program is subject to change

*World Premiere; winner of the 2019 BMOP-NEC Composition Composition

 

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Sat, 2019-02-23 20:00
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<em>The Infinite Forest</em> (2019)*
<em>Troubadours</em> (1993)
guitar
Symphony No. 2
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Corigliano Portrait

Haroun and the Sea of Stories

Gil Rose, conductor

Program is subject to change

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Concert Date 
Sat, 2019-01-19 20:00
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To purchase regular tickets:

Tickets are no longer available for online reservation through BMOP. Please contact the Jordan Hall Box Office at 617.585.1260 or place your order here.

To all Federal workers:

BMOP is proud to support federal workers and their families during the shutdown. Bring your federal employee ID to the Jordan Hall Box Office to get up to ten free tickets to Haroun and the Sea of Stories.  And please share with anyone you know who might be affected!

Take this opportunity to invite your friends, families, colleagues to this one night only concert to show that you appreciate them. 
 
To claim tickets in advance, please email tickets@bmop.org or sign up here. Only one person in your party needs to show proof of federal employment. Walk-ups on the night of the performance are also welcome at the Jordan Hall Box Office. If you have any questions, please call the Jordan Hall Box Office at 617-585-1260.
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<em>Haroun and the Sea of Stories</em>
Haroun Khalifa
Rashid Khalifa
Iff, the water genie
Butt - Hoopoe
Mali, King of Gup
Oneeta - Princess - Batcheat
Snooty Buttoo
Prince Bolo
Mr. Sengupta - Khattam-Shud
Soraya
Goopy
General Kitab
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Haroun and the Sea of Stories

Time Release

Gil Rose, conductor

Program is subject to change

 

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Please note the balcony will be closed for this concert

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Concert Date 
Fri, 2018-10-19 20:00
External Purchase 

Tickets are no longer available for online reservation. Please contact the Jordan Hall Box Office at 617.585.1260 to place your order.

Season 
Contributing Musician Meta 
<em> Time Release </em> (2005)
percussion
<em> Vision Machine </em> (2016)
Concerto No. 2 for Harp (2016)
harp
<em> Tonic </em> (2011)
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BMOP kicks off its 23rd sesason
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BMOP opens the 2018-2019 season with a bang! Featuring percussionist <strong>Colin Currie</strong> performing <em><strong>Time Release</strong></em> by <strong>Steven Mackey</strong> and composer and harpist <strong>Hannah Lash</strong> performing her <strong>Concerto No. 2 for Harp</strong>. <strong>Harold Meltzer's <em>Vision Machine</em></strong> and Mackey's <em><strong>Tonic</strong></em> round out the program.

A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams

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BMOP's last concert of the season features three commissions
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BMOP finishes the 2017-2018 season with three world premieres: Pixelandia by Yu-Hui Chang; percussionist Beibei Wang premieres The Legend of Cowherd and Weaver Girl by Anthony Paul De Ritis, and A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams by Lei Liang closes the concert. Huang Ruo's piano concerto, Unscrolled, rounds out a program inspired by East Asian culture.

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