Banned in Boston: Opera and Live Music Celebrating Defiance in Art
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The last date listed for Banned in Boston was Saturday October 5, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Tsai Performance Center at Boston University:
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Before klezmer was klezmer, it was simply freilech music, Yiddish for "happy music." The description remains as apt as ever, especially considering the energetic program of World of Klezmer, the season-opening concert from Boston Musica Viva. Incorporating arrangements of traditional Jewish folk music as well as brand new work created by Israeli composer Eitan Steinberg, World of Klezmer explores the richness and variety of this ever-evolving musical tradition. In addition to the premieres from Steinberg, the concert also features a selection by David Schiff and a rare sacred piece by Aaron Copland. Guest artist soprano Etty Ben-Zaken joins BMV at Tsai Performance Center, Boston. Learn More
Martin Brody: Scene from Bisclavret, World Premiere
Gunther Schuller: Sonata Serenata
Robert X. Rodriguez: Tango
Frank Kelley, tenor
About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Musica VivaGeneral Information
Boston Musica Viva was founded in 1969 as the first professional ensemble in Boston dedicated to the performance of contemporary music.
BMV's mission is to broaden experience, knowledge, and enjoyment of every style of new music by embracing the full range of today's compositional activity and giving voice to music that might otherwise not be heard.