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
External Purchase 

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Season 
Contributing Musician Meta 
<em>Constellation</em> (2000)
<em>Riflessioni</em>* (2014)
bassoon
<em>Les Quatre Temps Cardinaux</em> (2013)
soprano
bass
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0
0
guest
0
guest
guest
Program Notes 
Program Notes Host 
Pre-concert talk one hour prior to concert
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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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Concert Date 
Fri, 2014-05-16 20:00
External Purchase 

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Season 
Contributing Musician Meta 
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)
Contributing Musician Status 
0
0
0
0
0
Program Notes 
Program Notes Host 
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.

Boston ConNECtion

*Winner of the 2013-14 BMOP/NEC Composition Competition
**U.S. premiere

Gil Rose, conductor

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Concert Date 
Fri, 2014-03-28 20:00
External Purchase 

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

Season 
Contributing Musician Meta 
<em>Accumulated Traces</em> (2013)*
<em>Blue Earth</em> (2002)
<em>Xiaoxiang</em>, Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra (2009)**
alto saxophone
Concerto for Orchestra (1987)
Contributing Musician Status 
0
0
0
guest
0
Program Notes 
Program Notes Host 
Pre-concert talk hosted by <a href="/explore-bmop/about-bmop/board">The Score Board</a> at 7:00pm
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In March, we showcase resident Bostonians and welcome traveling friends.
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Our March concert features Donald Crockett's Blue Earth, Steven Stucky's Concerto for Orchestra, Lei Liang's saxophone concerto Xiaoxiang, and Composition Competition winner Binna Kim's Accumulated Traces.

Triple Threat

*World premiere

Gil Rose, conductor

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Concert Date 
Fri, 2014-01-17 20:00
External Purchase 

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

Season 
Pictured Musicians 
Contributing Musician Meta 
<em>Summer Days</em> (2013)*
<em>Hapax Legomenon</em>, Concerto for two-bow cello (2013)*
cello
Piano Concerto No. 2 (2011) *
piano
Contributing Musician Status 
0
0
guest
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guest
Program Notes 
Program Notes Host 
Pre-concert talk featuring the composers at 7:00pm
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...a triple threat of the best kind: premieres by composers Elena Ruehr, Ken Ueno, and David Rakowski
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Our first concert of the new year features the BMOP orchestra, two-bow cello master Frances-Marie Uitti, and vibrant pianist Amy Briggs. (image: "Summer Days" by Georgia O'Keeffe, Whitney Museum of American Art)

Four Saints in Three Acts

Concert performance

Gil Rose, conductor

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Concert Date 
Sat, 2013-11-16 20:00
External Purchase 

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

Season 
Pictured Musicians 
Contributing Musician Meta 
Four Saints in Three Acts (1928)
tenor
baritone
bass
mezzo-soprano
soprano
soprano
mezzo-soprano
Contributing Musician Status 
0
guest
guest
guest
guest
guest
guest
guest
Program Notes 
Program Notes Host 
Pre-concert talk hosted by <a href="/explore-bmop/about-bmop/board">The Score Board</a> at 7:00pm
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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 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.

Voilà! Viola!

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Odes to the viola featuring two world premieres on Friday, February 15, at 8pm
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We celebrate the viola with works by Gordon Jacob, Chinary Ung, George Perle, Donald Crockett, and Chen Yi. Join us in Jordan Hall for another thrilling BMOP concert!

The Boston Globe with Gil Rose

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Read about BMOP's upcoming performance of The Midsummer Marriage as Gil Rose reflects on its inception and hopes for the future.
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“... Rose said, reflecting on both the long path of getting 'The Midsummer Marriage' performed and the possibility of similar ventures in the future '... I have ideas and hopes. But mostly I’m focused on how to bring down the house with this thing.'”

The Midsummer Marriage

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BMOP opens its season with the New England premiere of Michael Tippett's <i>The Midsummer Marriage</i> in concert. Get your tickets today!
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The opera event of the season! BMOP brings Michael Tippett's The Midsummer Marriage to Jordan Hall in a concert performance featuring Sara Heaton, Julius Ahn, David Kravitz, Deborah Selig, Matthew DiBattista, Joyce Castle, Lynn Torgove, and Robert Honeysucker.

BMOP Announces 2012-13 Season

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BMOP prepares for another exciting season at Jordan Hall. Get your season subscription today!
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Join us this season for more of BMOP's signature adventurous and eclectic programming, featuring world and New England premieres, including a concert performance of Michael Tippett's opera The Midsummer Marriage.

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