Rose’s “Virgil Thomson opera, Four Saints in Three Acts”

Posted on Feb 16, 2017 in Gil Rose, Recording, Reviews | No Comments
Rose’s “Virgil Thomson opera, Four Saints in Three Acts”

“This recording is a fine example why I have come to love the work of Gil Rose and his Boston Modern Orchestra Project…All BMOP recordings (even those on other labels) are consistently of the highest quality and the performances are definitive. This series now on the orchestra’s own label is rapidly becoming a sort of […]

Rose and Odyssey Opera’s ‘Dimitrij’ featured on WCRB Boston

Posted on Nov 9, 2016 in Broadcasts, Events, Gil Rose | No Comments
Rose and Odyssey Opera’s ‘Dimitrij’ featured on WCRB Boston

On Sunday, November 13th, 7pm, WGBH Classical, 99.5 will broadcast Odyssey Opera’s (Gil Rose, conductor) production of Dvorak’s Dimitrij. Listen to the production-in-full, recorded by WGBH, at http://classicalwcrb.org

GRAMOPHONE: Rose and BMOP celebrate 50th recording

Posted on Nov 8, 2016 in Artist News, Gil Rose | No Comments
GRAMOPHONE: Rose and BMOP celebrate 50th recording

“With a 50th recording now released on its own label, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project is as committed as ever to championing contemporary American composers, writes David Weininger.” — Read more in the November 2016 issue of Gramophone Magazine.

Rose brings out the “thunder and lightning” of Russian history

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Gil Rose, Reviews | No Comments
Rose brings out the “thunder and lightning” of Russian history

Odyssey’s presentation was just the third in America, and the first to use the critical edition of Czech scholar Milan Pospíšil…his reading accorded full justice to the thunder and lightning of Russian history. Read more at bostonglobe.com.

Gil Rose Powers Dvořák’s Grand Opera

Posted on Sep 18, 2016 in Gil Rose, Reviews | No Comments
Gil Rose Powers Dvořák’s Grand Opera

“The Odyssey Opera Orchestra, having prepared an exceptionally lengthy score…and consisting of music that none of them had ever played before, under the knowledgeable and powerful direction of Gil Rose, deserved and received its own plaudits for the evening.” — Read more at The Boston Musical Intelligencer