|Boston Modern Orchestra Project is kicking off its 25th season with a special free concert Friday, February 18 at 8pm. The concert is dedicated to former FCB choir member Ellis “Larry” Phillips III.|
BMOP returns to the concert stage in style, with a special concert event to kick off celebrations of a quarter-century of BMOP. Pulling Out All the Stops, Boston Modern Orchestra Project is having it’s first live concert since 2020, showcases the power and glory of the Symphony Hall organ as it is seldom presented: as a vital element of contemporary expression. World-renowned organ soloist Paul Jacobs joins the BMOP orchestra for an evening of 20th-century organ masterpieces and iconic organ solos reimagined for orchestra.
BMOP is proud to offer free general admission to this concert; seats can be reserved through the Symphony Hall Box Office.
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Celebrating a Quarter-Century of BMOPThis concert—the first of BMOP’s landmark quarter-century season—celebrates friends and supporters of the organization who have made its first 25 years possible. BMOP is pleased to dedicate the concert program in memory of Ellis L. Phillips III, longtime BMOP Board Chair and supporter, and to celebrate our anniversary with pre- and post-concert events to honor composers, musicians, supporters, and friends of BMOP.
The concert program is dedicated to the memory of Ellis L. Phillips III, longtime BMOP Board Chair and supporter. Many congregants at First Church Boston will remember Larry as a long time member of our own choir.