Nashville Scene: Another “Amorisms” Review

Nashville Scene

Nashville Scene has a lengthy and thoughtful review of Paul Moravec’s Amorisms: “Alias Chamber Ensemble and Portara Ensemble’s new album gives composer Paul Moravec and Shakespeare their due” The article describes the origin of the project: “The inspiration for Amorisms came to Moravec after a visit to the Bard’s birthplace in Stratford-Upon-Avon. The work, which […] Read more »

The Tennessean: More on “Amorisms”

The Tennessean

The Tennessean reports on the newly released album, Amorisms, by Paul Moravec performed by ALIAS Chamber Ensemble and Portara Ensemble. The article points out, “The project actually started out in 2014 with three prominent Nashville arts organizations — the Grammy-nominated ALIAS, Portara Ensemble and Nashville Ballet — teaming up to commission a new work by […] Read more »

Amorisms: Music of Paul Moravec CD Release Party January 10, 2016

Paul Moravec: Amorisms

Please join Portara Ensemble and ALIAS as we celebrate the long-awaited release of our latest CD recording, Amorisms, composed by Pulitzer Prize winning composer Paul Moravec. Come and enjoy food and drinks, visit with the composer (who will be in attendance), and view the video recording of the world premiere dance performance of Amorisms, as […] Read more »

Moravec Piano Quintet on Bridge Records

Lark Quartet: Composing America

New on Bridge Records (scheduled to be released February 5, 2014): Lark Quartet: Composing America Paul Moravec: Piano Quintet Jeremy Denk, piano, Lark Quartet John Adams: 5 Pages from John’s Book of Alleged Dances Lark Quartet, Yousif Sheronick, percussion William Bolcom: Billy in the Darbies Stephen Salters, baritone, Lark Quartet Aaron Copland: Two Pieces for […] Read more »

Moravec: “Blue Fiddle” on “In 27 Pieces: the Hilary Hahn Encores”

Hilary Hahn" In 27 Pieces

Hilary Hahn and Deutsche Grammophon Announce the Release of Her Newest Album, “In 27 Pieces: the Hilary Hahn Encores” on November 11, 2013 The idea for “In 27 Pieces: the Hilary Hahn Encores” began to take shape when Hahn noticed that new encore pieces were not being showcased as much as other types of contemporary works. Shorter […] Read more »

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 »

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 »

Moravec: Northern Lights Electric – Pre-Order

Northern Lights Electric

With music that “boasts a compelling combination of whimsy, energy and emotional openness,” Paul Moravec is a welcome addition the BMOP/sound catalog. Boston Modern Orchestra Project Gil Rose, conductor David Krakauer, clarinet Matt Haimovitz, cello Paul Moravec:    Northern Lights Electric    Clarinet Concerto    Sempre Diritto! Montserrat:    Concerto for Cello and Orchestra Paul Moravec: Northern Lights Electric […] Read more »

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