Meet the Composer: Music from China and The Metropolis Ensemble
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Set against the vibrant, manic backdrop of Rio de Janeiro during Carnival, Black Orpheus is a tragic love story retelling the Greek legend of Orpheus and Eurydice. Winner of the 1960 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, this beautifully photographed movie, with a lively soundtrack that includes the work of Antonio Carlos Jobim, helped popularize bossa nova music in the United States. This tale of star-crossed lovers plays at Symphony Space as part of its Classics in HD screening series. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
Symphony Space features Boston composers Kati Agócs and Yu-Hui Chang and the world premieres of their richly expressive works, played by the Metropolis Ensemble and Music from China.
Meet the Composer Studio (www.mtcstudio.org) is a new website that provides a window into composers’ creative lives. Visitors can observe the compositional process in all of its stages, support the creation of works-in-progress, and get an inside view of current musical trends. *
Vessel (World Premiere)
Division of Heaven and Earth
Metropolis Ensemble *
Pu Songling’s Bizarre Tales_ (World Premiere)
Stuck In The Middle_
Music From China
Underscore – Cocktails and Conversation, 6:30pm
Hang out with the performers and composers – and get inside the score – in pre-concert dialogues with Artistic Director Laura Kaminsky and the artists at the new Thalia Café.