There is nothing complacent about the New England Philharmonic’s programming.

Sunday afternoon’s bracing matinee at Jordan Hall proved so again with a program titled “Together & Apart.” The concert offered the world premiere of a new concerto by Bernard Hoffer alongside music by John Adams and Judith Weir, plus an astonishingly belated Béla Bartók premiere.

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Boston Classical Review
Jonathan Blumhofer
Published February 24, 2020



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