Paul Moravec’s contemporary update to the vaunted tradition of the oratorio, chronicling the fearsome “Schoolhouse Blizzard” that hit the Great Plains in 1888.
The first-ever recorded compilation of the orchestral work of one of the great composers of our time.
Ascend to the heavens, dance your way through medieval Portugal, hobnob with Bach at Brandenburg, and float down the Missouri
Highbrow meets lowbrow, funky meets cultured, and soloists meet their shadowy doubles in the music of Anthony Paul De Ritis.
BMOP salutes a great American talent in honor of our 50th release.
Profundity is absurd and absurdity profound in this great 20th-century modernist collaboration.
Back for round 2: Rakowski's wit, rhymic attitude, and ear for instrumental virtuosity are addictive.
Three virtuosic, joyfully crafted concertos pay tribute to a great composer, collaborator, and friend.
A distinctive and original mix of instruments and voices that proves that sacred music is still a vital medium in the 21st century
San Francisco-based composer/DJ Mason Bates is an artist to watch. His kinetic, dynamic orchestral conception and electronic fusion jumps out of the speaker in multiple dimensions.