It's an orchestra! No, it's a video game! With bows speeding faster than the eye can follow and discrepancies between classical tradition and modern society overcome in a single bound...it's Play, rumored to be in the running for the best orchestral work written so far this century. On our very own BMOP/sound!
BMOP/sound is closing in on 50 releases! A huge variety of the best, most unique orchestral music on disc might contain the perfect choice for a discerning music lover on your holiday gift list...
Our November production honors recently departed composer Gunther Schuller with performances of his musical fable Journey into Jazz, the one-act opera The Fisherman and His Wife, and the sinfonietta work Games.
Chinary Ung: Singing Inside Aura features singing violist Susan Ung in the title track, as well as two of the composer's fascinating "spiral" works, and more. A deeply studied and intuitively felt merging of Cambodian and Western musical traditions.
The Boston Modern Orchestra Project is the first-ever symphony orchestra to receive Musical America's prestigious Ensemble of the Year award!
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.
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)
Foss's Symphony in G, "Symphony of Chorales," "Symphony of Sorrows," and "Window to the Past" in SACD quality. A landmark release!
Premiere recordings of Blue Earth, Wedge, and Viola Concerto starring Kate Vincent, viola.
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem and William Schuman: A Free Song. Sunday, May 3rd at 4pm at Sanders Theatre.