The New Yorker: The Blizzard Voices

The New Yorker

Goings On About Town: Classical Music Oratorio Society of New York: “The Blizzard Voices” Paul Moravec’s oratorio from 2008, set to a collection of poetry by the former U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser, is inspired by the deadly “Children’s Blizzard” of 1888. Its New York première was cancelled, however, due to another historic weather disaster—Hurricane […] Read more »

The Blizzard Voices @ Carnegie Hall, March 5, 2013

American Voices

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 premiere of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Paul Moravec’s The Blizzard Voices. Moravec’s oratorio, based […] Read more »

ASCAP Audio Portrait: Paul Moravec’s Northern Lights Electric

Paul Moravec

Paul Moravec is a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer whose works range from orchestral pieces to film scores. On Northern Lights Electric, we hear four works performed by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project whose origins were inspired by places visited by Moravec. The compositions and performances are as elegant as they are adventurous and sonically rich, and […] Read more »