BMOP/sound's release guest-stars violinist Gabriela Diaz in the Suite for Violin with American Gamelan, the Providence Singers in La Koro Sutro, and BMOP's own unique American Gamelan!
Lee Hyla, 1952-2014 (Consulting with Lee on the world premiere of his Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, January 2002.)
Join BMOP and a roundup of outstanding guitar soloists for the grand finale of Boston's annual Guitarfest! Featuring works by Joaquín Rodrigo, Anthony Paul de Ritis, and Robert Beaser. Saturday, June 28 at 8pm in Jordan Hall.
Spratlan: mythology, summer vignettes, struggle expressed via saxophones. Davis: political commentary, groove, Balinese-influenced polyrhythms, pianistic virtuosity. Take your pick!
Our commitment to the finest audio recordings of new orchestral music, packaged with superior taste and style, continues.
Air-raid sirens! Propellers! Synchronized player pianos! A battery of polyrhythms! Ballet Mécanique was a mad genius's eccentric plot until technology evolved, the following century, far enough to realize it. Plus the manic, flashy stylings of A Jazz Symphony.
BMOP received universal acclaim for our performance of Irving Fine's landmark Symphony (1962). Coming soon to disc!
This retrospective of Babbitt's long and diverse career features BMOP players in large and small chamber works, with a special cameo by soprano Lucy Shelton.
BMOP is working on an important addition to the 20th-century discography: two works by Lou Harrison that feature a unique percussion ensemble. (Photo: Providence Singers)
Check out what the Globe, the Intelligencer, the Boston Classical Review, and the Hub Review have to say about our season-opening opera night: Virgil Thomson's Four Saints in Three Acts!