He has performed and recorded with the Apple Hill Chamber Players, has twice appeared as a guest artist with the Boston Chamber Music Society, and performed at The Bank of America Celebrity Series in Boston, as well as at the Elbereth Chamber music Series in New York City.
What does BCMS stand for?
BCMS stands for Boston Chamber Music Society (Cambridge, MA)
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- Biomedical Confocal Microscopy Research Centre (University of Western Australia)
- Biostatistics Collaborative and Methodology Research Core (University of Michigan)
- Burlington County Model Railroad Club (Cinnaminson, NJ)
- Bachelor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences
- Bala Cynwyd Middle School (Bala Cynwyd, PA)
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- Bernard Campbell Middle School (Lee's Summit, MO)
- Biocreative Metaserver
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- British Cattle Movement Scheme
- Buffalo Chamber Music Society
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- British Columbia Municipal Safety Association (Canada)
- British Columbia Medical Services Foundation (Canada)
- Buncombe County Medical Society Foundation (Asheville, NC)
- Bovine Cerebral Microvascular Smooth Muscle Cells
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- British Columbia Medical Services Plan
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Thompson is a member of the viola faculty at New England Conservatory of Music and violist of the Boston Chamber Music Society.
Participating are award-winning, internationally recognized artists such as the Eroica Trio, performing a new work inspired by the music of the late Johnny Cash written for them by violinist-composer Mark O'Connor (the work was commissioned by the Montalvo Arts Center and the San Diego concert will be the second since its world premiere on March 5, 2004); Anne Akiko Meyers, violin, frequently seen on TV; the McDermott Trio, three sisters who were featured in the movie "Fame" and have extensive radio and TV credits; and Ida Levin, violin, of the Boston Chamber Music Society and Houston Da Camera (who appeared in PBS's "Performance at the White House").