BMOP Celebrates the Jazz Age of the 1920s
The program’s first half spotlights the preternatural theremin (invented in the 1920s) with the instrument’s first concerto, written by Joseph Schillinger, juxtaposed with the world premiere of Dalit Warshaw’s Sirens: A Concerto for Theremin and Orchestra, both performed by world renowned thereminist Carolina Eyck.
The concert continues with three works representing the Roaring Twenties and its fascination with American pop culture: John Alden Carpenter’s Krazy Kat and Skyscrapers, and Kurt Weill’s Little Threepenny Music.
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