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Symphonic Dance Party

Sunday, December 4, 2022, 3pm
Boston University Tsai Performance Center
685 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

General Admission

Our beloved family concert coalesces around the infectious and visceral energy of dance with a Symphonic Dance Party, where four dances from Copland’s Rodeo counterstep with Texu Kim’s Spin-Flip and Gabriela Ortiz’s Kayumari.

Texu Kim Spin-Flip (2014)
New England premiere

Claude Debussy Danses sacrée et profane (1904)
Olivia Lee, Harp
2022 Young Artist Competition Winner

Gabriela Ortiz Kauyumari (2021)
New England premiere

Jean Sibelius Violin Concerto in D Minor Op.47, Mvt. I (1904)
Ayaan Ahmad, Violin
2022 Young Artist Competition Winner

Aaron Copland Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes (1942)

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Poetic Dances

Saturday, February 18, 2023, 8pm

New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall
30 Gainsborough St
Boston, MA 02115

General Admission

Our February concert continues the theme of dance with Poetic Dances featuring our Call for Scores winner, Elijah Daniel Smith’s Wraith Weight in counterpoint with Serge Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances and a new commission for the orchestra, Matthew Aucoin’s Two Dances.

Ellen Taaffe Zwilich Fanfare for Richard Pittman (2022)
NEP commission, world premiere
Kareem Roustom Ramal (2014)
Boston premiere
Elijah Daniel Smith Wraith Weight (2021)
2022 NEP Call for Scores winner
New England premiere
Matthew Aucoin Two Dances (arr. 2022)
Danielle Maddon & Keir GoGwilt, violins
World premiere of orchestral arrangement
Sergei Rachmaninoff Symphonic Dances (1940)

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People in Between

Sunday, May 7, 2023, 3pm
Boston University Tsai Performance Center
685 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA 02215

General Admission

Our season closes with a poignant look at the People in Between histories, places, memories, and cultures. Thomas de Hartmann’s violin concerto, featuring our own Danielle Maddon, conveys the indescribable times in WWII Paris, even as its Romantic beauty is juxtaposed with Adeliia Faizullina’s Bolghar, the ancient capital of Tatar. The season ends with the gritty resilience of Shostakovich’s Leningrad symphony.

Adeliia Faizullina Bolghar, for Quray and Symphony Orchestra (2020)
New England premiere
Eric Nathan In Between II (2023)
NEP co-commission, New England premiere
Thomas de Hartmann Violin Concerto, op. 66 (1943)
Danielle Maddon, violin
New England premiere
Dmitri Shostakovich Symphony no. 7, “Leningrad” (1941)

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Welcome to the NEP's 46th Season!

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Revenue from ticket sales is important for the NEP, but equally important is the goal of making Arts and Music available to everyone. Our suggested ticket price is $35, or $120 for a 4-concert season subscription.

Tian Ng
We are excited to welcome Tianhui Ng to his inaugural season as Music Director!

Maestro Ng and Eric Nathan, NEP Composer-in-Residence, programmed a season that features works by living composers alongside music of the past, in concerts that respond to current world events and celebrate a vibrant range of voices.

Covid-19 Protocols

The NEP is following guidance from the CDC and local health authorities, as well as following the protocols of our concert venues. As conditions related to COVID change, our policies may be updated.


We do not currently have health code requirements for audience members. We are regularly monitoring conditions. Please check back for updates closer to the date of a performance, as venues may have independent guidelines.

In any case, if you are experiencing symptoms or are feeling unwell, we ask that you stay home. We will happily offer a refund for the price of your ticket.


All performers, staff of the NEP, and anyone appearing on stage have been fully vaccinated and boosted.

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Despite our extensive safety protocols, by attending an NEP concert you agree to assume all risk of injury or illness in connection with your attendance.

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