Works from contemporary greats Vijay Iyer and Evan Ziporyn with classics from 20th-century masters Carlos Surinach and Lukas Foss.
Gil Rose, conductor
Program is subject to change
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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.
On BMOP's latest release, A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams, composer Lei Liang paints musical landscapes with a sonic brush. Saxophonist Chien-Kwan Lin embodies a widow's grief during the tumultuous Cultural Revolution in China on Xiaoxiang. Liang and pipa virtuoso Gao Hong simultaneously look back to a rich Chinese tradition and forward to new sounds in Five Seasons.
BMOP welcomes 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.
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.
A project ten years in the making with music spanning over six decades from a 20th-century giant: Leon Kirchner: Music for Orchestra compiles the composer's complete orchestral works and marks a milestone 60th release for BMOP/sound
The latest release from BMOP/sound has it all: romance, betrayal, and...bagpipes? Charles Fussell: Cymbeline features soprano Aliana de la Guardia, tenor Matthew DiBattista, and narrator David Salsbery Fry all inhabiting multiple roles in this musical retelling of the Shakespeare play.
BMOP Artistic Director Gil Rose sits down with Sequenza21/ to discuss BMOP/sound, Pulitzer prize-winning compositions, and upcoming releases.
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!