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Year 2003 (February)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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February

1 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini
Overture Le Carnaval romain 
Harold en Italie
Stude Concert Hall, Houston, USA
Houston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Christoph Eschenbach
Wayne Brooks (viola)
2 February 2003
3.00pm
Les Nuits d’été Corn Exchange, Ipswich, UK
City of London Sinfonia
conductor: Richard Hickox
Monica Groop (mezzo-soprano) 
2 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini
Overture Le Carnaval romain 
Harold en Italie
Stude Concert Hall, Houston, USA
Houston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Christoph Eschenbach
Wayne Brooks (viola)
3 February 2003
2.30pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini
Overture Le Carnaval romain 
Harold en Italie
Stude Concert Hall, Houston, USA
Houston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Christoph Eschenbach
Wayne Brooks (viola)
3 February 2003
8.00pm

Introduction to the concert at 7.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Liederhalle, Beethoven-Saal, Stuttgart, Germany
Stuttgarter Philharmoniker
conductor: Pedro Halffter 
3 February 2003
8.00pm
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust) Seacrest Auditorium, Zanesville, USA
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Zsolt Hamar
4 February 2003
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Sakari Oramo
4 February 2003
8.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) Saalbau, Neustadt, Germany
Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz
conductor: Ari Rasilainen
5 February 2003
8.30pm
Les Nuits d’été Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy
Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
conductor: Maurizio Benini
Sonia Ganassi (mezzo-soprano)

5 February 2003
8.00pm

Introduction to the opera  at 5.00pm in the National Portrait Gallery

Les Troyens 

(Acts I and II)

(see May and June for acts III, IV, V)

sung in English(Hugh Macdonald’s translation)

Coliseum, London, UK
The English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: Paul Daniel
Susan Bickley (Cassandra), John Daszak (Aeneas)
Victoria Simmonds (Ascanius), Colin Lee (Helenus)
Ethna Robinson (Hecuba), Pavlo Hunka (Ghost of Hector)
Robert Poulton (Coroebus), Iain Paterson (Pantheus)
Gerard O’Connor (Priam), Barry Martin (Greek Captain)
Toby Stafford-Allen (Trojan Soldier)
6 February 2003
7.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Ken-ichiro Kobayashi, 
6 February 2003
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Sakari Oramo
6 February 2003
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall, Seattle, USA
Seattle Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Kazushi Ono
6  February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Center, Chicago, USA
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
6 February 2003
8.00pm
Marche hongroise
(from La Damnation de Faust)
Anniston High School Auditorium, Anniston, USA
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Zsolt Hamar
6 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Hall, Boston, USA
Boston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Leonard Slatkin
6 February 2003
8.15pm
Overture Le Corsaire Nuevo Teatro, La Felguera, Spain
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias
conductor: Maximiano Valdés
6 February 2003
8.30pm
Les Nuits d’été Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy
Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
conductor: Maurizio Benini
Sonia Ganassi (mezzo-soprano)
7 February 2003
1.30pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Hall, Boston, USA
Boston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Leonard Slatkin 
7 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Center, Chicago, USA
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
7 February 2003
8.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts): 
Le Reine Mab (Scherzo)
Scène d’amour
Roméo seul
Grande Fête chez Capulet

Symphonie fantastique

Berlioz Bicentennial Celebration
Bass Hall, Fort Worth, USA
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: John Nelson
7 February 2003
8.15pm
Overture Le Corsaire Auditorio Príncipe Felipe, Oviedo, Spain
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias
conductor: Maximiano Valdés
8 February 2003
8.00pm
Symphonie Fantastique S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall, 
Seattle, USA
Seattle Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Kazushi Ono
8 February 2003
8.00pm
Roméo et Juliette  (excerpts): 
Le Reine Mab (Scherzo)
Scène d’amour
Roméo seul
Grande Fête chez Capulet

Symphonie fantastique

Berlioz Bicentennial Celebration
Bass Hall, Fort Worth, USA
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: John Nelson
8 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Hall, Boston, USA
Boston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Leonard Slatkin 
8 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Center, Chicago, USA
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
8 February 2003 Roméo et Juliette Midland Center for the Arts, Midland, Michigan, USA
Midland Symphony Orchestra
The Midland Music Society Chorale and Camerata Singers
Central Michigan University Choirs
conductor: Carlton R. Woods
9 February 2003
2.00pm
Symphonie fantastique S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall, Seattle, USA
Seattle Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Kazushi Ono
9 February 2003
2.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts): 
Le Reine Mab (Scherzo)
Scène d’amour
Roméo seul
Grande Fête chez Capulet

Symphonie fantastique

Berlioz Bicentennial Celebration
Bass Hall, Fort Worth, USA
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: John Nelson
9 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Hall, Boston, USA
Boston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Leonard Slatkin 
9 February 2003 Les Nuits d’été Wycombe Swan Theatre, High Wycombe, UK
City of London Sinfonia
conductor: Richard Hickox 
Monica Groop (mezzo soprano)
10 February 2003
6.00pm

Read a review of this performance by Harry Saltzman

Les Troyens The Metropolitan Opera, New York, USA 
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: James Levine
director: Francesca Zambello
choreographer: Doug Varone
Ben Heppner (Enée)
Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (Didon)
Deborah Voigt (Cassandre)
Elena Zaremba (Anna)
Dwayne Croft (Chorèbe)
Robert Lloyd (Narbal)
Matthew Polenzani (Iopas)
Gregory Turay (Hylas)
Peter Volpe (L’ombre d’Hector)
Tigran Martirossian (Panthée)
Jossie Pérez (Ascagne) 
Julien Robbins (Priam)
Jane Bunnell (Hécube)
10 February 2003
7.30pm
Harold en Italie Miskolci Nemzeti Színház, Miskolc, Hungary
Kassai Filharmonikus Zenekar (Philharmonic Orchestra of Kassai) 
conductor: Tamás Koutnik
Alexander Besa (viola)
10 February 2003
8.00pm
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust) Fox Theatre, Atlanta, USA
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Zsolt Hamar
11 February 2003
7.30pm
Les Nuits d’été Barbican Centre, London, UK
City of London Sinfonia
conductor: Richard Hickox 
Monica Groop (mezzo soprano)
11 February 2003
7.30pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini Symphony Center, Chicago, USA
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
11 February 2003
7.30pm
Scène d’amour (from Roméo et Juliette)  Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Montreal, Canada
Orchestre symphonique de Montréal
conductor: Martin Fischer-Dieskau 
11 February 2003
8.00pm
La belle voyageuse
La captive
La Mort d’Ophélie
Le jeune pâtre breton
Zaïde, boléro
Les Nuits d’été
L’idée fixe – Andante amoroso

(Liszt arrangement, from Symphonie fantastique)

Berlioz Bicentennial Concert
Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto, Canada
Members of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra
Susan Platts (mezzo-soprano)
Robert Kortgaard (piano)
Bryan Epperson (cello)
Trevor Tureski (castanets)
Joan Watson (horn)
conductor: Richard Bradshaw
12 February 2003
7.30pm
Overture Le Carnaval Romain
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts)
Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier

12 February 2003
8.00pm

Les Troyens 

(Acts I and II)

(see May and June for acts III, IV, V)

sung in English (Hugh Macdonald’s translation)

Coliseum, London, UK
The English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: Paul Daniel
Susan Bickley (Cassandra), John Daszak (Aeneas)
Victoria Simmonds (Ascanius), Colin Lee (Helenus)
Ethna Robinson (Hecuba), Pavlo Hunka (Ghost of Hector)
Robert Poulton (Coroebus), Iain Paterson (Pantheus)
Gerard O’Connor (Priam), Barry Martin (Greek Captain)
Toby Stafford-Allen (Trojan Soldier)
12 February 2003
8.30pm
Les Nuits d’été

Berlioz and music of his time

Musée de Grenoble, auditorium, Grenoble, France
Ensemble Musique Oblique
Guillemette Laurens (soprano)
12 February 2003
8.45pm

 

Overture Le Carnaval Romain
Marche hongroise

Messe Solennelle

Marking the Berlioz bicentenary
Crypte, Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière, Lyon, France
Le Chœur et Orchestre Jean-Philippe Dubor
conductor: Jean-Philippe Dubor
soloists: Kiyoko Okada, Michel Pastor, Pierre-Yves Pruvot
13 February 2003
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Vallensbæk Idrætscenter, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sjællands Symfoniorkester
conductor: Giordano Bellincampi
13 February 2003
8.30pm
Béatrice et Bénédict 

concert performance

Halle aux Grains, Toulouse, France
Ensemble Les Éléments 
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse
conductor: Michel Plasson
chorus master: Joël Suhubiette
Béatrice Uria-Monzon (Béatrice), Inva Mula (Héro)
Gordon Gietz (Bénédict), Stéphane Degout (Claudio)
13 February 2003
8.30pm
Les Nuits d’été Teatro Jovellanos, Gijón, Spain
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias
conductor: Maximiano Valdés
Isabelle Vernet (soprano)
14 February 2003
1.30pm and 8.00pm
Overture Le Corsaire Orchestra Hall, Detroit, USA 
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Paolo Carignani
14 February 2003
2.15pm
Overture Le Carnaval Romain
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts)
Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier
14 February 2003
6.30pm
Les Troyens The Metropolitan Opera, New York, USA 
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: James Levine
director: Francesca Zambello 
choreographer: Doug Varone
Ben Heppner (Enée ), Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (Didon)
Deborah Voigt (Cassandre), Elena Zaremba (Anna)
Richard Zeller (Chorèbe), Robert Lloyd (Narbal)
Matthew Polenzani (Iopas), Gregory Turay (Hylas)
Peter Volpe (L’ombre d’Hector) 
Tigran Martirossian (Panthée), Jossie Pérez (Ascagne) 
Julien Robbins (Priam), Jane Bunnell (Hécube)
14 February 2003
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sjællands Symfoniorkester
conductor: Giordano Bellincampi
14 February 2003
7.30pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts)
Symphonie fantastique
Les Troyens
(excerpts)
Berwaldhallen, Stockholm, Sweden
Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester
conductor: Esa-Pekka Salonen 
14 February 2003
8.00pm

Read a review of this performance by Harry Saltzman

Grande Messe des morts (Requiem) Avery Fisher Hall, New York, USA
New York Philharmonic
Westminster Choir
conductor: Charles Dutoit 
choral director: Joseph Flummerfelt
Paul Groves (tenor)
14 February 2003
8.00pm

pre-concert talk at 7.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) Powell Hall, Saint Louis, USA 
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Emmanuel Villaume
14 February 2003
8.00pm
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust) Etherredge Center Theater, University of South Carolina-Aiken, Aiken, USA
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Zsolt Hamar
14 February 2003
8.15pm
Les Nuits d’été Auditorio Príncipe Felipe, Oviedo, Spain
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias
conductor: Maximiano Valdés
Isabelle Vernet (soprano)
14 February 2003
8.45pm
Overture Le Carnaval Romain
Marche hongroise

Messe Solennelle

Marking the Berlioz bicentenary
Crypte, Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière, Lyon, France
Le Chœur et Orchestre Jean-Philippe Dubor
conductor: Jean-Philippe Dubor
soloists: Kiyoko Okada, Michel Pastor, Pierre-Yves Pruvot
14 February 2003 Overture Carnaval romain
Fantaisie sur la Tempête de Shakespeare
Cugnaux (Haute-Garonne), France
Orchestre symphonique des universités de Toulouse
Chœur des universités de Toulouse
venue and conductor not announced
14 February 2003 Symphonie fantastique Teatro Regio, Parma, Italy
Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini
conductor: Georges Prêtre
15 February 2003
3.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Fremtidens Forsamlingshus, Nævsted, Denmark
Sjællands Symfoniorkester
conductor: Giordano Bellincampi
15 February 2003
3.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts)
Symphonie fantastique
Les Troyens
(excerpts)
Berwaldhallen, Stockholm, Sweden
Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester
conductor: Esa-Pekka Salonen

15 February 2003
7.00pm

Les Troyens 

(Acts I and II)

(see May and June for acts III, IV, V)

sung in English (Hugh Macdonald’s translation)

Coliseum, London, UK
The English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: Paul Daniel
Susan Bickley (Cassandra), John Daszak (Aeneas)
Victoria Simmonds (Ascanius), Colin Lee (Helenus)
Ethna Robinson (Hecuba), Pavlo Hunka (Ghost of Hector)
Robert Poulton (Coroebus), Iain Paterson (Pantheus)
Gerard O’Connor (Priam), Barry Martin (Greek Captain)
Toby Stafford-Allen (Trojan Soldier)
15 February 2003
8.00pm

pre-concert talk at 7.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) Powell Hall, Saint Louis, USA 
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Emmanuel Villaume
15 February 2003
8.00pm
Béatrice et Bénédict 

Concert performance

Théâtre Mogador, Paris, France
Ensemble Les Éléments
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse
conductor: Michel Plasson
chorus master: Joël Suhubiette
Béatrice Uria-Monzon (Béatrice)
Yann Beuron (Bénédict), Inva Mula (Héro) 
15 February 2003
8.00pm
Tristia Teatro Comunale, Ferrare, Italy
Sveriges Radiokören; Mahler Chamber Orchestra
conductor: Claudio Abbado
15 February 2003
8.30pm
Overture Le Corsaire Orchestra Hall, Detroit, USA 
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Paolo Carignani 
16 February 2003
7.00pm
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust) Concert Hall, Center for the Arts, George Mason University, Fairfax, USA
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Zsolt Hamar
17 February 2003
6.30pm
Les Troyens The Metropolitan Opera, New York, USA 
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: James Levine
director: Francesca Zambello
choreographer: Doug Varone
Ben Heppner (Enée), Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (Didon)
Deborah Voigt (Cassandre), Elena Zaremba (Anna)
Dwayne Croft (Chorèbe), Robert Lloyd (Narbal)
Matthew Polenzani (Iopas), Gregory Turay (Hylas)
Peter Volpe (L’ombre d’Hector) 
Tigran Martirossian (Panthée), Jossie Pérez (Ascagne) 
Julien Robbins (Priam), Jane Bunnell (Hécube)
16 February 2003
7.30pm

pre-concert talk by David Cairns on Harold en Italie 6.14-6.40pm
Harold en Italie
Symphonie fantastique


Berlioz bicentenary concert
The Barbican Centre, London, UK 
London Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Colin Davis 
Tabea Zimmerman (viola)
17 February 2003
7.30pm

pre-concert talk by David Cairns on Harold en Italie 6.14-6.40pm
Harold en Italie
Symphonie fantastique


Berlioz bicentenary concert
The Barbican Centre, London, UK 
London Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Sir Colin Davis 
Tabea Zimmerman (viola)
19 February 2003
7.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) Grand Hall, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow, Russia
The Russian National Orchestra
conductor: Ilan Volkov
20 February 2003
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique The National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland
Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM) Symphony Orchestra
conductor: James Cavanagh
20 February 2003
8.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Victoria Hall, Geneva, Switzerland
Orchestre de la Suisse romande
conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
21 February 2003
7.30pm
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust) Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Center, Fort Meyers, USA
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Zoltán Kocsis

21 February 2003
8.00pm

Les Troyens 

(Acts I and II)

(see May and June for acts III, IV, V)

sung in English (Hugh Macdonald’s translation)

Coliseum, London, UK
The English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: Paul Daniel
Susan Bickley (Cassandra), John Daszak (Aeneas)
Victoria Simmonds (Ascanius), Colin Lee (Helenus)
Ethna Robinson (Hecuba), Pavlo Hunka (Ghost of Hector)
Robert Poulton (Coroebus), Iain Paterson (Pantheus)
Gerard O’Connor (Priam), Barry Martin (Greek Captain)
Toby Stafford-Allen (Trojan Soldier)
21 February 2003
8.00pm
Les Nuits d’été Nouveau Siècle, Lille, France
Orchestre national de Lille
conductor:  Jean-Claude Casadesus
Elsa Maurus (mezzo-soprano)
22 February 2003
12.30pm (matinée)

Live broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and many other radio stations around the world  at 6.30pm GMT

Read a review of this performance by Harry Saltzman

Les Troyens The Metropolitan Opera, New York, USA 
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: James Levine
director: Francesca Zambello
choreographer: Doug Varone
Enée: Ben Heppner, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (Didon)
Deborah Voigt (Cassandre), Elena Zaremba (Anna)
Dwayne Croft (Chorèbe), Robert Lloyd (Narbal)
Matthew Polenzani (Iopas), Gregory Turay (Hylas)
Peter Volpe (L’ombre d’Hector) 
Tigran Martirossian (Panthée), Jossie Pérez (Ascagne) 
Julien Robbins (Priam), Jane Bunnell (Hécube)
22 February 2003
7.30pm
Overture Carnaval Romain Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
Philharmonia Orchestra
conductor: Charles Dutoit  
23 February 2003
7.30pm

pre-concert talk by David Cairns 6.15-6.40pm
La Damnation de Faust



Berlioz bicentenary concert
The Barbican Centre, London, UK 
London Symphony Orchestra, LS Chorus
conductor: Sir Colin Davis 
soloists: Petra Lang (Marguerite), Stuart Neill (Faust)
Alastair Miles (Mephistophélès), Jonathan Lemalu (Brander)
24 February 2003
7.30pm
Marche hongroise
(from La Damnation de Faust)
Community Church, Vero Beach, USA
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Zsolt Hamar

25 February 2003
8.00pm

Les Troyens 

(Acts I and II)

(see May and June for acts III, IV, V)

sung in English (Hugh Macdonald’s translation)

Coliseum, London, UK
The English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: Paul Daniel
Susan Bickley (Cassandra), John Daszak (Aeneas)
Victoria Simmonds (Ascanius), Colin Lee (Helenus)
Ethna Robinson (Hecuba), Pavlo Hunka (Ghost of Hector)
Robert Poulton (Coroebus), Iain Paterson (Pantheus)
Gerard O’Connor (Priam), Barry Martin (Greek Captain)
Toby Stafford-Allen (Trojan Soldier)
26 February 2003
7.30pm
Overture to Béatrice and Bénédict Arts Centre, Wessex Hall, Poole, UK
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Lü Jia 
26 February 2003
8.30pm
L’Enfance du Christ


Transcription and adaptation by Jean-Pierre Arnaud
Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, Paris, France
Ensemble Carpe Diem
Christian Fromont (récitant)
Françoise Masset (soprano), Lionel Peintre (baritone)
26 February 2003 Overture Le Carnaval romain  Henry Crown Hall, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Yeruham Scharovsky
27 February 2003
7.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow, Russia
The Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonia
Conductor: Dmitry Jablonsky
27 February 2003
7.30pm
Overture to Béatrice and Bénédict Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Lü Jia 

27 February 2003
8.00pm

Les Troyens 

(Acts I and II)

(see May and June for acts III, IV, V)

sung in English (Hugh Macdonald’s translation)

Coliseum, London, UK
The English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: Paul Daniel
Susan Bickley (Cassandra), John Daszak (Aeneas)
Victoria Simmonds (Ascanius), Colin Lee (Helenus)
Ethna Robinson (Hecuba), Pavlo Hunka (Ghost of Hector)
Robert Poulton (Coroebus), Iain Paterson (Pantheus)
Gerard O’Connor (Priam), Barry Martin (Greek Captain)
Toby Stafford-Allen (Trojan Soldier)
27 February 2003
8.00pm

Introduction to the concert
at 6.45pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain 
Les Nuits d’été 
Symphonie fantastique
John Harms Center, Englewood, USA
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Zdenek Macal 
Elizabeth Bishop (mezzo-soprano)
27 February 2003
8.00pm
Roméo et Juliette Théâtre Mogador, Paris, France
Les Cris de Paris, Chœur and Orchestre de Paris
conductor: John Nelson
Susan Graham (mezzo-soprano)
Vinson Cole (tenor), Laszlo Polgar (bass)
27 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini  Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Verizon Hall, Philadelphia, USA
Philadelphia Orchestra
conductor: Christoph Eschenbach
27 February 2003
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Carl Nielsen Salen, Odense, Denmark
Odense Symfoniorkester
conductor: Douglas Bostock
27 February 2003
8.30pm
L’Enfance du Christ


Transcription and adaptation by Jean-Pierre Arnaud
Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, Paris, France
Ensemble Carpe Diem
Christian Fromont (récitant)
Françoise Masset (soprano), Lionel Peintre (baritone)
27 February 2003 Overture Le Carnaval romain  Performing Arts Center, Opera House, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Yeruham Scharovsky
28 February 2003
11.15am
Symphonie fantastique Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Uihlein Hall, Milwaukee, USA
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Roberto Minczuk
28 February 2003
7.30pm
Overture to Béatrice and Bénédict University Great Hall, Exeter, UK
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Lü Jia 
28 February 2003
7.30pm

pre-concert talk by Sarah Lenton 6.00-6.40pm
Roméo et Juliette



Berlioz bicentenary concert
The Barbican Centre, London, UK 
London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus
conductor: Sir Colin Davis 
Sara Mingardo (alto), Stuart Neill (tenor)
Alastair Miles (bass)
28 February 2003
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Carl Nielsen Salen, Odense, Denmark
Odense Symfoniorkester
conductor: Douglas Bostock
28 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture Le Roi Lear
La Belle Voyageuse
La Captive
Sara la baigneuse
Le Jeune Pâtre breton
Zaïde
Konzerthaus, Großer Saal, Freiburg, Germany
SWR-Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
conductor: Sylvain Cambreling
soloists: Lani Poulson, Laura Aikin
28 February 2003
8.00pm
Roméo et Juliette Théâtre Mogador, Paris, France
Les Cris de Paris, Chœur and Orchestre de Paris
conductor: John Nelson
Susan Graham (mezzo-soprano)
Vinson Cole (tenor), Laszlo Polgar (bass)
28 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini  Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Verizon Hall, Philadelphia, USA
Philadelphia Orchestra
conductor: Christoph Eschenbach
28 February 2003
8.00pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain 
Les Nuits d’été 
Symphonie fantastique
New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Prudential Hall, Newark, USA
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Zdenek Macal 
Elizabeth Bishop (mezzo-soprano)
28 February  2003 Harold en Italie


Bicentenary concerts
Fine Arts Center, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA<
Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Guillermo Figueroa
Paul Neubaer (viola)

January 2003   March 2003

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