BSO Sessions: Recovered Voices

OffStage

BSO Sessions: Season 1, Episode 15 – Recovered Voices

Premiere: Wednesday, February 17 at 8 pm

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Artistic Advisor James Conlon makes his BSO Sessions debut with a program that gives voice to composers suppressed by Nazi censorship. Maestro Conlon discusses his "Recovered Voices" project with the Los Angeles Opera. Works from once well-known composers who were silenced through anti-Semitism and discrimination are lifted up and showcased in this episode.

KLEIN Partita for String Orchestra
HAAS Study for String Orchestra
SCHREKER Intermezzo, op. 8
RAVEL “Kaddisch” from Deux Mélodies Hébraïques
SCHULHOFF Sextet, I. Allegro risoluto, II. Burlesca, Allegro con molto

Recovered Voices is a special initiative of LA Opera that seeks to bring the music of composers suppressed by the Holocaust to the stage. It was founded in 2006 with generous support from Marilyn Ziering.

 

Artists

James Conlon | Artistic Advisor
curator and host

Nicholas Hersh | Associate Conductor
conductor

Jonathan Rush | Assistant Conductor
conductor

Lachezar Kostov | Associate Principal Cello
cello