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Boston Globe Highlights Oliver’s leadership of vBNMF

The Boston Globe featured Oliver in an October 26 story on this year’s Virtual Boston New Music Festival (vBNMF). The festival is a two-week showcase of Boston’s contemporary music scene, featuring 14 ensembles/artists in 22 events. It is organized by Oliver in his role as Artistic Director of Juventas New Music Ensemble. CLICK HERE to […]

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BMINT profiles Juventas under Oliver’s leadership

The Boston Music Intelligencer published an October 6 article, “Juventas Streams Reach Thousands,” profiling Juventas New Music Ensemble’s growth under Oliver’s leadership. The article chronicles Juventas’s growth in Oliver’s first three years as Artistic Director. During this period, the ensemble has seen a meteoric rise in audience numbers and recognition. CLICK HERE to read the […]

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“The most intimate and moving music of the evening.”

“The most intimate and moving music of the evening.” -Boston Music Intelligencer   Today, the Boston Music Intelligencer published a review of Oliver’s new piece The Big Deception: “The Big Deception”, is a duet for mother and daughter about the turbulent rules affecting green card and visa applicants. Melissa Joseph portrayed (mostly) Irene Da Silva, who was […]

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Boston Voyager Profile

Boston Voyager Magazine profiled Oliver in their Thought-Provokers series. Read the article HERE.  

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Early Praise for “You Are Not Alone”

Apple iTunes published this editor’s review of Oliver’s new album You Are Not Alone: There’s a beautiful simplicity about Oliver Caplan’s music, infused as much of it is with the evocative sounds of folk song. The intimate “To the Sea,” the longest work here, paints a tender portrait of coastal communities, while the four-movement title […]

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National Park Service Features “Fairsted”

The National Park Service is currently showcasing Oliver’s work Fairsted: A Brookline Overture on the home page of Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site. Commissioned by the Brookline Symphony Orchestra, the piece is a tribute to Olmsted, widely considered the father of American Landscape Architecture. Click here to see the musical highlight (bottom left) and to learn […]

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