Resilient Voices: 1915-2015

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<b>Sunday, October 18 at 3pm. *Program change announcement*</b> Betty Olivero's <em>Neharót Neharót</em> with violist Kim Kashkashian to replace Shostakovich
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Journey with us to Armenia for our season opener on October 18, a concert commemorating the centennial of the Armenian Genocide. Featuring works by Komitas/Aslamazyan, Hovhaness, Shostakovich, and the Boston premiere of Tigran Mansurian's Requiem.

20th Anniversary Season

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2015-2016 season subscriptions and individual tickets are now on sale!
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BMOP turns 20! Take a look at our 2015-2016 offerings, including works from old friends and new, intimate and grand, jazzy, folky, Bachian, amped-up, and more. (image: Glenn Kulbako)

Lukas Foss: Complete Symphonies

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A historic 2-disc recording of Lukas Foss's four symphonies
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Foss's Symphony in G, "Symphony of Chorales," "Symphony of Sorrows," and "Window to the Past" in SACD quality. A landmark release!

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A Heartrending Cry

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BMOP joins the Harvard-Radcliffe Chorus for Unfinished Work: a concert series of the Harvard Civil War Project.
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Ralph Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem and William Schuman: A Free Song. Sunday, May 3rd at 4pm at Sanders Theatre.

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Blizzard Voices reviews

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Boston Classical Review praises our season closer
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"With deliberate gestures, Rose conjured fine playing from the orchestra, the musicians laying a sturdy frame of accompaniment."

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Stay tuned!

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Keep checking for information on BMOP's upcoming 20th season
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BMOP's original logo, 1996-1997

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Blizzard Voices

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It's a Thursday snow day for our March 5 season closer - reserve your tickets for our free performance!
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Featuring works by Stephanie Ann Boyd, John Harbison, and Paul Moravec.

Magyar Madness reviews

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Relive the madness in reviews from The Boston Globe, Boston Classical Review, and Boston Musical Intelligencer
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"It was a night that showed BMOP’s importance not only in presenting new work but also in advocating for contemporary classics like this one, which deserves to be heard much more widely." The Boston Globe (photo (c) Josh Reynolds)

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