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Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)

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PragueRoméo et Juliette

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Debussy, Lalo, Berlioz
Prague Symphony Orchestra; Darrell Ang; Julian Steckel

CharlestonJonathon Heyward conducts Berlioz and Grieg

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Berlioz, Grieg
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra; Jonathon Heyward; Micah McLaurin

TokyoPromenade Concert: Clara-Jumi Kang plays Bruch

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
Bruch, Berlioz
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Kazuhiro Koizumi; Clara-Jumi Kang

BelgradeZubin Mehta & Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra

Beethoven, Berlioz
Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra; Zubin Mehta

TiranaZubin Mehta & Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra

Beethoven, Berlioz
Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra; Zubin Mehta
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Musical journeys with Berlioz and Gabriela Lena Frank in Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Orchestra closed its season by pairing Berlioz's epic Symphonie Fantastique with Walkabout, a concerto for orchestra that investigates composer-in-residence Frank's Peruvian heritage.
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Pacho Flores earns douze points in Liverpool

In a vibrant evening of music, the RLPO with Domingo Hindoyan give a memorable performance of Rachmaninov’s Third Symphony, while Pacho Flores steals the show in his own flugelhorn concerto. 
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Robin Ticciati shuffles incidental music with the COE

Beethoven was the spiritus rector of Ticciati's COE concert at the Elbphilharmonie, with Lisa Batiashvili in commanding form for that composer's fiddle concerto.
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Abel Selaocoe brings his spirited musicianship to Seattle

South African musical phenomenon Abel Selaocoe plays multiple roles as the soloist in his Four Spirits, which is complemented by a shockingly fresh Symphonie fantastique under Lawrence Renes.

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A Franco-Finnish partnership at the Elbphilharmonie

Everybody's current darling among international orchestras, Klaus Mäkelä, takes his Parisian band on a fantastic ride, courtesy of Berlioz, while Janine Jansen displays individualism in Sibelius.
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