MOPR

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MOPRMinistry of Panchayati Raj (India)
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MOPRMobility Public Relations
MOPRMiejski Osrodek Pomocy Rodzinie (Polish: Family Assistance Center City of Poznan; est. 1999)
MOPRMusicians of the Old Post Road (Waltham, MA period chamber ensemble)
MOPRMission Operations Planning Review (NASA)
MOPRMezhdunarodnoye Obshtchestvo Pomoshtchi Revolutzioneram (Russian: International Red Aid )
MOPRManner of Performance Rating
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The Musicians of the Old Post Road played one composition by each of the brothers in an unusual and interesting program in Washburn Hall at Mechanics Hall.
Concert Musicians of the Old Post Road presents Beloved and Betrayed: Georg Benda's Ariadne auf Naxos, 7:30 p.m.
The Musicians of the Old Post Road will present the regional premiere of a work first performed 240 years ago.
The Musicians of the Old Post Road returned to the Worcester Historical Museum on Sunday afternoon with "Stille Nacht: A Classical German Christmas,'' the group's latest holiday-themed program.
Musicians of the Old Post Road like to travel to Worcester every December with a new seasonal present for its audience to savor.
Musicians of the Old Post Road will make two stops in Worcester as part of its 26th season.
For fans of off-the-beaten-path programming, it's been a good year to be following the Musicians of the Old Post Road. Currently celebrating their 25th anniversary season, the period-instrument chamber group has focused its 2013-14 concerts on music performed and written in America during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Such was the case on Sunday afternoon at the Worcester Historical Museum with the Musicians of the Old Post Road's "Of Poetry and Politics: Music at the Time of the Civil War,'' a fascinating, substantial survey of music heard in and around Boston between 1840 and the early 1870s.
The Musicians of the Old Post Road first came to Worcester to perform on Sept.
April in Paris, springtime in Scotland, blossoms in Berlin - these all contributed to In Celebration of Spring, the final program of the season presented by the Musicians of the Old Post Road on Friday evening in the Worcester Historical Museum.
The Musicians of the Old Post Road, one of the region's finest period ensembles, presented a brilliant, engaging program called "A Festive Christmas from Germany," which showcased a largely unfamiliar 18th-century repertoire by Michel Corrette, Gregor Joseph Werner and Christoph Graupner alongside two movements from Bach cantatas.
The Musicians of the Old Post Road love visiting with unusual musical gifts.