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Season 18: 2012-2013
Revisit programming from nearly a decade ago, featuring Grawemeyer winner Andrew Norman’s Play, Mason Bates’s Sea-Blue Circuitry, and viola music from Chinary Ung, George Perle, Donald Crockett, and Chen Yi.
Mon, Apr 5, 7:30pm
Sat, Apr 17, 2pm
Tues, Apr 20, 2pm
Thurs, Apr 29, 7:30pm

Season 19: 2013-2014
Our retrospective series continues with Elena Ruehr’s O’Keeffe Images, Lei Liang’s sax concerto Xiaoxiang, David Rakowski’s Piano Concerto No. 2, Steven Stucky’s Concerto for Orchestra, and Arthur Berger’s Prelude, Aria, and Waltz, plus music from Virgil Thomson’s opera Four Saints in Three Acts. This playlist is bookended by two of Irving Fine’s Diversions for Orchestra from our 2014 program A Fine Centennial.
Thurs, Apr 8, 7:30pm
Mon, Apr 12, 7:30pm
Sat, Apr 24, 2pm
Wed, Apr 28, 11am

“Early” Music
As the days get longer, BMOP/radio celebrates all things sunny with music from Lewis Spratlan, William McKinley, Gunther Schuller, Paul Moravec, Michael Gandolfi, Virgil Thomson, Robert Erickson, and David Del Tredici.
Thurs, Apr 1, 7:30pm
Wed, Apr 7, 11am
Tues, Apr 13, 2pm
Mon, Apr 19, 7:30pm
Mon, Apr 26, 7:30pm

Inspired by Nature
A playlist celebrating the outdoors with special nods to April showers and May flowers. Featuring Water Rings Overture and Grand Spiral Desert Flowers Bloom by Chinary Ung, Chamber Concerto V: “Water Music” for bassoon by Elliott Schwartz, plus music from Lei Liang, Evan Ziporyn, Michael Colgrass, and Donald Crockett.
Sat, Apr 3, 2pm
Tues, Apr 6, 2pm
Wed, apr 14, 11am
Thurs, Apr 22, 7:30pm

New Releases
Our semi-regular roundup of new BMOP/sound CDs. This month we feature selections from recent CDs of music by John Harbison, Charles Wuorinen, Norman Dello Joio, Robert Carl, and Elliott Carter.
Sat, Apr 10, 2pm
Thurs, Apr 15, 7:30pm
Wed, Apr 21, 11am
Tues, Apr 27, 2pm

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