A premiere by alumnus Benjamin Park

Boston Modern Orchestra Project, BMOP

BMOP under the direction of Gil Rose, will premiere a work by composer Benjamin Park, MIT class of 2010 in Music and Physics, at an 8pm concert on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, 33 Gainsborough St., Boston.  A 7pm talk will preceed the concert.

Benjamin Park, a native Bostonian, began formally studying music composition at MIT and later completed both a master’s and artist diploma at the Hartt School of Music in West Hartford, CT.  Currently in a doctoral program at the New England Conservatory, Park studies with Kati Agócs and co-chairs the Tuesday Night New Music concert series. 

Benjamin Park's work The Dwarf Planets, winner of the BMOP-NEC Composition Competition, will open a program that also features:
Philip Glass Tirol Concerto for piano and orchestra with Anton Batagov, piano
Philip Glass Symphony No. 2

For tickets, visit: http://bmop.org/season-tickets/glass-works

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