The Arts Fuse Reviews Northern Lights Electric

Arts fuse

The Arts Fuse reviews Paul Moravec’s new CD (as well as a new CD with works by Thomas Oboe Lee) in a piece entitled: Fuse Classical CD Review: Two New Releases from BMOP/sound — An Indispensable Label for American Composers On Northern Lights Electric, Mr. Moravec gets a strong showing with two major pieces for […] Read more »

Moravec on NPR-Music

NPR Music

deceptive cadence from NPR Classical has a review of Paul Moravec’s new album Northern Lights Electric in an article entitled Musical Google Earth: Composer Paul Moravec’s Sense Of Place. Featuring the music from the first movement for Clarinet Concerto, the article concludes “Northern Lights Electric is another terrific album from BMOP Sound, the five-year-old indie […] Read more »

Shakuhachi Concerto World Premiere

Spring Seas features … “the world premiere of Shakuhachi Concerto by Paul Moravec (Pulitzer Prize 2004). The concerto is in three movements and the third movement is based on the six-note melody, C-D-G-A-E-F, which William Shakespeare spelled out in his comedy, Love’s Labour’s Lost. Spring Sounds: Spring Seas 7:30PM, Friday, May 31, 2013 Civic Hall, […] Read more »

Review: Northern Lights Electric CD

WQXR

WQXR Review: Boston Modern Orchestra Project Charts Path in American Concert Music Q2 Music Album of the Week for January 7, 2013 “Northern Lights Electric, the title track on the Boston Modern Orchestra Project’s 24th(!) self-released recording in five years, demonstrates just how finely matched the Project is to the album’s star composer, Paul Moravec. […] Read more »

The Blizzard Voices Rescheduled

American Voices

Due to Hurricane Sandy, The Blizzard Voices has been rescheduled. OSNY presents AMERICAN VOICES Tuesday, March 5, 8:00 PM Purchase SINGLE TICKETS MORAVEC Blizzard Voices (2008, New York Premiere) and songs by COPLAND and IVES The Oratorio Society presents an evening of joyful, poignant, and nostalgic American music, featuring the New York premier of Pulitzer […] Read more »