Archive of performances of Berlioz’s music around the world

Classified by date

Year 2004 (September)

The table below lists the performances in chronological order.

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September

First preview date: 
31 August 2004

Opening date:
16 September 2004
8.00pm

Dates and times of other performances:
Tuesdays - Fridays at 8.00pm
Saturdays at 7.00pm and 10.00pm
Sundays at 3 pm and 7pm
“Symphonie fantastique” Theater 5, Dodger Stages, New York, USA

A puppet show to Berlioz’s music by Basil Twist

4 September 2004
2.15pm
Te Deum Concertgebouw, Grote Zaal, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
Holland Groot Omroepkoor
Het koor van De Nederlandse Opera
Nationaal Kinderkoor
Nationaal Jeugdkoor
conductor: Edo de Waart
Hugh Smith (tenor)
4 September 2004
7.30 pm
Roméo et Juliette (orchestral excerpts) Finlandia Hall, Helsinki, Finland
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Esa-Pekka Salonen
4 September 2004
8.00pm
Grande Messe des morts (Requiem) Auditorio, Kursaal, San Sebastian, Spain
Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi
conductor: Gary Bertini 
6 September 2004
8.00pm
Grande Messe des morts (Requiem) Auditorio, Kursaal, San Sebastian, Spain
Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi
conductor: Gary Bertini 
11 September 2004
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Macky Auditorium, Boulder, CO, USA
Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Theodore Kuchar
11 September 2004
7.45pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain

BBC Proms in the Park
City Hall grounds, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Ulster Orchestra
conductor: Thierry Fischer
11 September 2004
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor, USA
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Arie Lipsky
11 September 2004
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Chrysler Hall, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Virginia Symphony Orchestra
conductor: JoAnn Falletta
11 September 2004
8.00pm
Grande Messe des morts (Requiem)



Brisbane Festival
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane, Australia
The Queensland Orchestra
The Brisbane Chorale, The Queensland Choir
conductor: Werner Andreas Albert
Keith Lewis (tenor)
11 September 2004
9.00pm
Le Roi des aulnes (Erlkönig)

Schubert, orch. Berlioz

Abbaye, Royaumont, France
Orchestre de Picardie
conductor: Pascal Verrot
Sarah Jouffroy (mezzo-soprano)
Jean Delescluse (tenor)
Stéphane Degout (baritone)
12 September 2004
2.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Chrysler Hall, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Virginia Symphony Orchestra
conductor: JoAnn Falletta
12 September 2004
5.00pm
“A Night in Paris”

Recital featuring music of Berlioz, Debussy, Widor, Poulenc, Satie and Gounod
The Sanctuary, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Mission, Mooresville, NC, USA
Lucy Owen Hoyt (soprano)
Mary Lou Paschal (piano)
15 September 2004
7.30pm
Les Troyens (excerpts)



“Long Ago and Far Away”
Gaiety Theatre, Ayr, Scotland, UK
Opera on Shoestring:
Alison Daniels (soprano), Alison Barton (mezzo-soprano)
Paul Featherstone (tenor), Philip Gault (baritone)
Ruth Wilkinson (piano)
16 September 2004
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Bovard Auditorium, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
USC Thornton Symphony
conductor: Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
17 September 2004
6.30pm
Overture Les Franc-Juges Town Hall, Auckland, New Zealand
New Zealand Symphony Otrchestra
conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier
17 September 2004
9.00pm
Les Nuits d’été Teatro Regio, Turin, Italy
Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Torini
conductor: Michel Plasson
Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano)
17 September 2004 Le Corsaire Overture Capitol Music Hall, Wheeling, West Virginia, USA
Wheeling Symphony Orchestra
conductor: André Raphel Smith
22 September 2004
7.30pm
Les Troyens (excerpts)



“Long Ago and Far Away”
Eastgate Theatre, Peebles, Scotland, UK
Opera on Shoestring:
Alison Daniels (soprano), Alison Barton (mezzo-soprano)
Paul Featherstone (tenor), Philip Gault (baritone)
Ruth Wilkinson (piano)
23 September 2004
7.30pm
Les Troyens (excerpts)



“Long Ago and Far Away”
Haddo House, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
Opera on Shoestring:
Alison Daniels (soprano), Alison Barton (mezzo-soprano)
Paul Featherstone (tenor), Philip Gault (baritone)
Ruth Wilkinson (piano)
23 September 2004 Les Nuits d’été Max M. Fisher Music Center, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Katerina Karnéus (mezzo-soprano)
24 September 2004
5.00pm
Les Troyens

sung in English

Coliseum, London, UK
English National Opera
conductor: Paul Daniel
staging: Richard Jones
John Daszak (Énée), Robert Poulton (Chorèbe)
Graeme Danby (Panthée), Clive Bayley (Narbal)
Stephanie Marshall (Ascagne)
Susan Bickley (Cassandre), Sarah Connolly (Didon)
Anna Burford (Anna), Carole Wilson (Hécube)
24 September 2004
8.00pm
Les Troyens (excerpts)



“Long Ago and Far Away”
Byre Theatre, St Andrews, Scotland, UK
Opera on Shoestring:
Alison Daniels (soprano), Alison Barton (mezzo-soprano)
Paul Featherstone (tenor), Philip Gault (baritone)
Ruth Wilkinson (piano)
24 September 2004 Les Nuits d’été Max M. Fisher Music Center, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Katerina Karnéus (mezzo-soprano)
25 September 2004 Les Nuits d’été Max M. Fisher Music Center, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Katerina Karnéus (mezzo-soprano)
26 September 2004
5.00pm
Le spectre de la rose  Château du Rivau, Lémeré, France
Sophie Fournie (soprano)
Jean-Pierre Armengaud (piano)
26 September 2004 Les Nuits d’été Max M. Fisher Music Center, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Katerina Karnéus (mezzo-soprano)
26 September 2004 Overture to Béatrice et Bénédict Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh, UK
Scottish Sinfonia
conductor not announced
27 September 2004
5.00pm
Les Troyens

sung in English

Coliseum, London, UK
English National Opera
conductor: Paul Daniel
staging: Richard Jones
John Daszak (Énée), Robert Poulton (Chorèbe)
Graeme Danby (Panthée), Clive Bayley (Narbal)
Stephanie Marshall (Ascagne)
Susan Bickley (Cassandre), Sarah Connolly (Didon)
Anna Burford (Anna), Carole Wilson (Hécube)
29 September 2004
5.00pm
Les Troyens

sung in English

Coliseum, London, UK
English National Opera
conductor: Paul Daniel
staging: Richard Jones
John Daszak (Énée), Robert Poulton (Chorèbe)
Graeme Danby (Panthée), Clive Bayley (Narbal)
Stephanie Marshall (Ascagne)
Susan Bickley (Cassandre), Sarah Connolly (Didon)
Anna Burford (Anna), Carole Wilson (Hécube)

August 2004   October 2004

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