Review: The Blizzard Voices

Paul Moravec | The Blizzard Voices

Classical CD Review has a new review of The Blizzard Voices: Moravec always had great interest in choral music, and this new disk offers The Blizzard Voices which is the third in a series of American historical cantatas/oratorios based on Ted Kooser’s collection of poems many of which are based on history. These are mostly […] Read more »

New CD: The Blizzard Voices

Paul Moravec | The Blizzard Voices

New release from the Boston Modern Orchestra Project. Paul Moravec (b. 1957) Emily Pulley, soprano Deborah Selig, soprano Erica Brookhyser, mezzo-soprano Matthew DiBattista, tenor David Kravitz, baritone David Cushing, bass-baritone NEC Concert Choir Boston Modern Orchestra Project Gil Rose, conductor To order… Read more »

The Horn Book: I’ll Show You WINTER

The Horn Book

From Roger Sutton – Read Roger – in The Horn Book, March 6, 2015: Seasonally enough, last night I attended Blizzard of Voices, an oratorio by Paul Moravec … While you might have thought the warm and woody Jordan Hall would have been an oasis in Boston’s horrible weather, Moravec’s commemoration of the 1888 Schoolhouse […] Read more »

Boston Classical Review: Moravec’s stunning “Blizzard Voices” receives powerful premiere from BMOP

Boston Classical Review

By Aaron Keebaugh, March 6, 2015 Disastrous winters live long in historical memory. For example, there is the blizzard that hit the Great Plains in January of 1888, which caught many who lived in the Midwestern territories unawares. Known as the Children’s Blizzard, the storm trapped students and teachers in their one-room schoolhouses where they […] Read more »

BMOP Presents “The Blizzard Voices”

BMOP

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP) presents a free concert March 5, 2015 In the midst of historic storms, BMOP presents a free concert to the Boston community. Let’s come together for an evening of powerful music! Thursday, March 5, 2015 | 8pm Pre-concert talk with the composers | 7pm Jordan Hall at New England […] Read more »