Keeril Makan's Dream Lightly Made Boston Globe's Best Classical Recordings For 2019

BMOP’s diligent efforts to document American music of the present and recent past reaches Makan, a composer on the MIT faculty. Shimmering textures, slowly unfolding processes, and lingering tones dominate in these four pieces, which form a bridge between Makan’s abrasive earlier work and the more open, tonally rooted music of his recent scores. Traces of darkness are never far from the surface, though, especially in the 25-minute title work, which unfolds like a eerie, half-remembered dream. Full article here.

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