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Ears wide open

Gil Rose is reimagining the modern orchestra, and taking Boston with him

By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / October 28, 2007

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A couple of weeks ago, conductor Gil Rose was sitting in a local Indian restaurant, looking improbably relaxed. As music director of Opera Boston, he had the opening night of Osvaldo Golijov's flamenco opera "Ainadamar" looming over his head, and as founder of the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, he had four daunting contemporary scores waiting to be whipped into shape ... (Full article: 2299 words)

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