Boston Modern Orchestra Project

About Boston Modern Orchestra Project

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP) is a major ensemble devoted to the performance and advancement of new music. The group has won several ASCAP awards for Adventurous Programming of Orchestral Music, been nominated for major awards, and has issued dozens of albums. The BMOP was founded in 1996 by Gil Rose, who continued to serve as the group's artistic director and conductor as of the early 2020s. Since 2000, the BMOP has generally named a composer-in-residence for each concert season. The BMOP did not make its first recordings until the new century, when it released an album of Rochberg works in 2002. By early 2020, the BMOP had recorded over 50 albums in its BMOP/Sound catalog. The year 2022 saw the release of albums devoted to Gail Kubik's Symphony Concertante and Anthony Davis' opera X - The Life and Times of Malcolm X.

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