Friday, October 19, 2018 | 8:00pm
Steven Mackey Time Release (2005)
Colin Currie, percussion
Harold Meltzer Vision Machine (2016)
Hannah Lash Concerto No. 2 for Harp (2016)
Steven Mackey Tonic (2011)

Gil Rose, conductor

Program is subject to change


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[Concert Review] Boston Modern Orchestra Project’s ‘Time Release’ is a Masterful Display of Musical Juxtaposition

Oftentimes, music is perceived foremost as an exploration of harmony — how different sounds work mutually, usually conjunctly, and always carefully to create a pleasing, uncontroversial sound. Yet music is as much, if not more so, about its contrast as it is about its homogeneity: It explores the sonic relations between consonance and dissonance, between order and chaos, between sparseness and abundance.

The Harvard Crimson Full review
[Concert Review] Modern Treasures for a Modern Age

Essential in its role as the major large orchestra in Boston for the music of living composers, Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP) stayed true to form at Jordan Hall on Friday, where Gil Rose took the podium for “Time Release.” This first concert of the season included the music of Steven Mackey, Hannah Lash, and Harold Meltzer, most of whom were in attendance. This concert was part of the third annual Boston New Music Festival, a celebration of new music through the collaboration of Juventas New Music Ensemble and other local new music groups; BNMF continues on October 26th with Kadence Arts and the start of another Boston Opera Collaborative’s “Opera Bites” cycle.

The Boston Musical Intelligencer Full review