Gil Rose on the Boston Modern Orchestra Project

Friday, December 18, 2020

BMOP's founder and Artistic Director talks about the enterprising American orchestra and record label that specialises in the music of our time

Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP) has carved out a considerable reputation for its championing of modern American music, and its latest release is one of its most ambitious, a recording of Charles Wuorinen's 2004 opera, based on Salman Rushdie's novel Haroun and the Sea of Stories, to a libretto by James Fenton.

James Jolly spoke to Gil Rose, BMOP's Artistic Director, about the orchestra and its label, but also about this latest project. And Gil also reveals some of the recording projects awaiting us in 2021.

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