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Year 2009 (February)

The table below lists the performances in chronological order. 

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1 February 2009
11.00am
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) Liederhalle, Beethovensaal, Stuttgart, Germany
Staatsorchester Stuttgart
conductor: John Nelson
1 February 2009
2.00pm
Symphonie fantastique (excerpts)

Young People’s Concert
Madison High School, Madison, NJ, USA
Livingston Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Istvan Jaray
1 February 2009
3.00pm
Chasse royale et orage (from Les Troyens) Chassé Theater, Breda, Netherlands
Het Brabants Orkest
conductor: Alan Buribayev
1 February 2009
5.00pm
L’Enfance du Christ Église Saint-Paul de Montmartre, Paris, France
Les concerts d’Athalie
conductor: Léonard Ganvert
1 February 2009
5.30pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Auditorium Conciliazione, Rome, Italy
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma
conductor: Francesco La Vecchia
2 February 2009
2.30pm

pre-concert talk by Agnès Terrier
Marche d’Isly
Marche marocaine

Both by Léopold de Meyer; orch: Berlioz

First orchestral performance of Marche d’Isly since 1846
Opéra Comique, Paris, France
Orchestre Ostinato
conductor: Jean-Luc Tingaud

See also comments by Pierre-René Serna
and Michel Austin on Marche d’Isly 
2 February 2009
7.30pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) Liederhalle, Beethovensaal, Stuttgart, Germany
Staatsorchester Stuttgart
conductor: John Nelson
2 February 2009
8.30pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Auditorium Conciliazione, Rome, Italy
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma
conductor: Francesco La Vecchia
4 February 2009
8.00pm
L’Enfance du Christ Crypte de Fourvière, Lyon, France
Chœur et Orchestre XIX
conductor: Jean-Philippe Dubor
principal soloists:
Patrick Garayt, Philippe Fourcade, Marcin Habela
4 February 2009
8.00pm

pre-concert talk by Richard Stokes in St Pancras Room at 7.00pm
Les Nuits d’été



Mendelssohn, Berlioz and Gounod
Hall One, Kings Place, London, UK
Sophie Daneman (soprano)
Eugene Asti (piano)
5 February 2009
7.30pm
Overture to Béatrice et Bénédict Benaroya Hall, Seattle, USA
Seattle Symphony
conductor: Gerard Schwarz
5 February 2009
8.00pm
Béatrice et Bénédict

(concert performance)

Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France
Orchestre National de France
Choeur de Radio France
conductor: Sir Colin Davis
chorus master: Matthias Brauer
Joyce Di Donato (mezzo-soprano, Béatrice)
Charles Workman (tenor, Bénédict)
Nathalie Manfrino (soprano, Héro)
Elodie Méchain (mezzo-soprano, Ursule)
Nicolas Cavallier (bass Don Pedro)
Christophe Fel (bass, Eolo, Oralto)
Jean-François Lapointe (baritone, Claudio)
Jean-Philippe Lafont (baritone, Somarone)
5 February 2009
8.15pm
Cléopâtre
Symphonie fantastique
De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest
conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano)
5 February 2009
8.30pm
“Les Mémoires de Berlioz”

– Les Nuits d’été

Reading excerpts from the Mémoires
Théâtre Le Colombier, Les Cabannes (Cordes sur Ciel), France
produced and presented by Compagnie Ivan Morane 
Ivan Morane (reader)
Sabine Steffan (soprano)
Stéphane Berrone (piano)
6 February 2009
8.00pm
L’Enfance du Christ Crypte de Fourvière, Lyon, France
Chœur et Orchestre XIX
conductor: Jean-Philippe Dubor
principal soloists:
Patrick Garayt, Philippe Fourcade, Marcin Habela
6 February 2009
8.15pm
Cléopâtre
Symphonie fantastique
De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest
conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano)
6 February 2009
8.30pm
Overture to Béatrice et Bénédict
Les Nuits d’été
Halle aux Grains, Toulouse, France
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse
conductor: Tugan Sokhiev
Susan Graham (mezzo-soprano)
6 February 2009
9.00pm
“Les Mémoires de Berlioz”

– Les Nuits d’été

Reading excerpts from the Mémoires
Salle des Spectacles, Gaillac, France
produced and presented by Compagnie Ivan Morane 
Ivan Morane (reader)
Sabine Steffan (soprano)
Stéphane Berrone (piano)
6 February 2009 Overture Le Carnaval romain Abravanel Hall, Salt Lake City, USA
Utah Symphony
conductor: Hugh Wolff
7 February 2009
7.30pm

pre-concert chat with Louis Kosma begins 20 minutes before performance
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust)



Tragedy and Triumph
Dibden Auditorium, Johnson State College, Johnson, Vermont, USA
Vermont Philharmonic
conductor: Louis Kosma
7 February 2009
8.00pm

Live broadcast on France Musique

Béatrice et Bénédict

(concert performance)

Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France
Orchestre National de France
Choeur de Radio France
conductor: Sir Colin Davis
chorus master: Matthias Brauer
Joyce Di Donato (mezzo-soprano, Béatrice)
Charles Workman (tenor, Bénédict)
Nathalie Manfrino (soprano, Héro)
Elodie Méchain (mezzo-soprano, Ursule)
Nicolas Cavallier (bass Don Pedro)
Christophe Fel (bass, Eolo, Oralto)
Jean-François Lapointe (baritone, Claudio)
Jean-Philippe Lafont (baritone, Somarone)
7 February 2009
8.00pm
La Damnation de Faust Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France
Chœur and Orchestre symphonique de Paris
conductor: Xavier Ricour
stage design: Wissam Arbache
Marie Gautrot (Marguerite)
Luca Lombardo (Faust)
Matthieu Lécroart (Méphistophélès)
Arnaud Richard (Brander)
7 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture to Béatrice et Bénédict Benaroya Hall, Seattle, USA
Seattle Symphony
conductor: Gerard Schwarz
7 February 2009
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique All Saints Church, New York, NY. USA
Park Avenue Chamber Symphony
conductor: David Bernard
7 February 2009
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Glad Tidings Auditorium, Sudbury, Canada
Sudbury Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Victor Sawa
7 February 2009
8.15pm
Cléopâtre
Symphonie fantastique
De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest
conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano)
7 February 2009 Overture Le Carnaval romain Abravanel Hall, Salt Lake City, USA
Utah Symphony
conductor: Hugh Wolff
8 February 2009
2.00pm
Overture to Béatrice et Bénédict Benaroya Hall, Seattle, USA
Seattle Symphony
conductor: Gerard Schwarz
8 February 2009
2.00pm
Overture Le Corsaire Rosen Concert Hall, Broyhill Music Center, Appalachian State University campus, Boone, NC, USA
Appalachian Chamber Orchestra
conductor: James Allen Anderson
8 February 2009
2.15pm
Cléopâtre
Symphonie fantastique
De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest
conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano)
8 February 2009
3.00pm
Symphonie fantastique All Saints Church, New York, NY, USA
Park Avenue Chamber Symphony
conductor: David Bernard
8 February 2009
3.30pm

pre-concert chat with Louis Kosma begins 20 minutes before performance
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust)



Tragedy and Triumph
Barre Opera House, Barre, Vermont, USA
Vermont Philharmonic
conductor: Louis Kosma
8 February 2009
4.00pm
La Damnation de Faust Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France
Chœur and Orchestre symphonique de Paris
conductor: Xavier Ricour
stage design: Wissam Arbache
Marie Gautrot (Marguerite)
Luca Lombardo (Faust)
Matthieu Lécroart (Méphistophélès)
Arnaud Richard (Brander)
8 February 2009 Les Troyens

Sung in French with German surtitles

Opernhaus, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Staatstheater Stuttgart Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: John Nelson
chorus masters: Michael Alber and Johannes Knecht
director: Joachim Schlömer
cast:
Enée: Ki-Chun Park
Cassandre: Barbara Schneider-Hofstetter
Didon: Christiane Iven
Anna: Ceri Williams
Chorèbe: Shigeo Ishino
Panthée / Mercure: Wolfgang Newerla
Narbal: Karl-Friedrich Dürr
Iopas: Matthias Klink
Priam: Wolfgang Probst
Ascagne: Li-Young Lim
Hylas: Michael Nowak
L’ombre: d’Hector Adam Kim
Un soldat: Steffen Balbach / Matthias Nenner
Un chef grec: Daniel Kaleta
Hécube: Naomi Ishizu / Megumi Adachi
Helénus: Hee-Tae Kim / Shoung Ho Shin
Astyanax: Joshua Yates / Lucca Lauser / Ruben Papp
Polyxène: Viviana Escalé
Andromaque: Inés Hernández
Le fantôme d’Hector: Marco Volta
11 February 2009
7.00pm
Les Nuits d’été


Folkwang Concerto
Pädagogischen Hochschule, Essen, Germany
Bochumer Symphoniker
conductor: Gottfried Engels, from Prof. de Villiers’ class
Franziska Hösli (mezzo-soprano), from Prof. J.-H. Rootering’s class
12 February 2009
7.00pm
Marche hongroise (from La Damnation de Faust)

50th anniversary of the Sidney Myer Music Bowl – replicating the programme for its opening concert on 12 February 1959
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Oleg Caetani
12 February 2009
7.30pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) Italian Cultural Institute, Budapest, Hungary
MÁV Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Notis Georgiou
13 February 2009
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Music Hall, Cincinnati, USA
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos
13 February 2009
8.00pm
Harold en Italie Wallfahrtsbasilika, Walldürn, Germany
Würzburger Sinfonieorchester "Con Brio"
conductor: Dr. Gert Feser
Hermann Menninghaus (viola)
13 February 2009 Scène d’amour (from Roméo et Juliette) Jack Singer Concert Hall, Epcor Centre, Calgary, Canada
Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Roberto Minczuk
14 February 2009
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Music Hall, Cincinnati, USA
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos
14 February 2009
8.00pm
Les Orages désirés

New production

Romantic opera about the life of Berlioz
Libretto by Christian Wasselin
Music by Gérard Condé

premiered on 22 November 2003

Grand Théâtre de Reims, Reims, France
Orchestre Lyrique de Région Avignon-Provence
conductor: Jean-Luc Tingaud
director: Sugeeta Fribourg
Berlioz: Anne Rodier
Nancy: Anne Lecoutour
Mother: Nathalie Espalier
Estelle: Txelin Victorès Benavente
Father: Florian Westphal
Colonel Marmion: Jean Goyetche
Corsino: Jean-Michel Caune
14 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain

Love Notes!
Palace Theatre, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Kypros Markou
14 February 2009 Scène d’amour (from Roméo et Juliette) Jack Singer Concert Hall, Epcor Centre, Calgary, Canada
Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Roberto Minczuk
15 February 2009 Les Troyens

Sung in French with German surtitles

Opernhaus, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Staatstheater Stuttgart Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: John Nelson
chorus masters: Michael Alber and Johannes Knecht
director: Joachim Schlömer
cast:
Enée: Ki-Chun Park
Cassandre: Barbara Schneider-Hofstetter
Didon: Christiane Iven
Anna: Ceri Williams
Chorèbe: Shigeo Ishino
Panthée / Mercure: Wolfgang Newerla
Narbal: Karl-Friedrich Dürr
Iopas: Matthias Klink
Priam: Wolfgang Probst
Ascagne: Li-Young Lim
Hylas: Michael Nowak
L’ombre: d’Hector Adam Kim
Un soldat: Steffen Balbach / Matthias Nenner
Un chef grec: Daniel Kaleta
Hécube: Naomi Ishizu / Megumi Adachi
Helénus: Hee-Tae Kim / Shoung Ho Shin
Astyanax: Joshua Yates / Lucca Lauser / Ruben Papp
Polyxène: Viviana Escalé
Andromaque: Inés Hernández
Le fantôme d’Hector: Marco Volta
15 February 2009
5.00pm
Trio for two flutes and harp

(from L’Enfance du Christ)
Panoramasaal, RWW-Wasserwerk Holsterhausen, Dorsten, Germany
Trio Fraisl:
  Letizia Turini (flute)
  Vincent Nitsche (clarinet)
  Christine Fraisl (harp)
15 February 2009
6.00pm
Harold en Italie Großen Haus, Münster, Germany
Sinfonieorchester Münster
conductor: Fabrizio Ventura
Wolfram Christ (viola)
17 February 2009
7.30pm
Les Nuits d’été Wigmore Hall, London, UK
Toby Spence (tenor)
Graham Johnson (piano)
17 February 2009
7.30pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
Philharmonia Orchestra
conductor: Ion Marin
17 February 2009
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique

Wagner and Berlioz
Artemus W. Ham Hall, Las Vegas, USA
UNLV Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Taras Krysa
17 February 2009
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Koger Center, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
USC Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Professor Donald Portnoy
17 February 2009
8.00pm
Harold en Italie Großen Haus, Münster, Germany
Sinfonieorchester Münster
conductor: Fabrizio Ventura
Wolfram Christ (viola)
18 February 2009
7.30pm
Les Troyens (excerpts)

Dido, Queen of Carthage –  Love and Fatal Destiny

Songs from works by Berlioz, Cavalli, Purcell, and Rossini and madrigals by Monteverdi, Gibbons and Weelkes. 

Music will be linked with dramatic readings from Virgil’s Aeneid
Morgan Library & Museum, New York, NY, USA
Special guest artists and members of Glimmerglass Opera’s Young American Artists Programme
18 February 2009
7.30pm
La Damnation de Faust (excerpts) Aspire Hall, Aspire Complex Ladies’ Club, Doha, Qatar
Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:  Andreas S Weiser
18 February 2009
8.00pm
Harold en Italie Großen Haus, Münster, Germany
Sinfonieorchester Münster
conductor: Fabrizio Ventura
Wolfram Christ (viola)
18 February 2009 ”Altre Stelle“

La Mort d’Ophélie

Les Troyens (excerpts from act V):

– Voyez ! ... Qu’entends-je
– Adieu, fière Cité
– Je vais mourir

This staged spectacle of favourite vocal and orchestral music also includes works by Méhul, Cherubini, Rameau and Gluck

Auditorium, Dijon, France
Orchestre Les Siècles
conductor: François-Xavier Roth
stage director: Juliette Deschamps
decor: Nelson Wilmotte
lighting: Joël Hourbeigt
costumes: Macha Makeïeff
Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano)
19 February 2009
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Glasgow City Halls, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Donald Runnicles
19 February 2009
8.30pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) RAI Auditorium, Turin, Italy
Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai
conductor: Andrej Boreyko
20 February 2009
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique The Music Hall, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Donald Runnicles
20 February 2009
9.00pm
Roméo et Juliette (excerpts) RAI Auditorium, Turin, Italy
Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai
conductor: Andrej Boreyko
21 February 2009
2.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space, Tokyo
Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Vassily Sinaisky
21 February 2009
7.30pm
La Captive

(version for voice, cello and piano)
Sherwell Centre, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
Anna Dennis (mezzo-soprano)
Jakob Fichert (Piano)
Oliver Coates (Cello)
21 February 2009
7.30pm
Overture Les Francs-Juges
Harold en Italie
St Stephen’s Church, Tonbridge, UK
Tonbridge Philharmonic Society
conductor: Michael Hitchcock
Robin Morrish (viola)
21 February 2009
7.30pm
Symphonie fantastique Musikverein, Golden Hall, Vienna, Austria
Krakauer Philharmonie
conductor: Pawel Przytocki
21 February 2009
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique Victor Theatre, Evansville, IN, USA
Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor: Alfred Savia
21 February 2009
8.00pm
Symphonie fantastique The Whiting, Flint, MI, USA
Flint Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Enrique Diemecke
21 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, Emory University, Atlanta, USA
New York Philharmonic
conductor: Lorin Maazel
22 February 2009
3.00pm

concert preview in Room 223 at 2.00pm
Overture to Benvenutto Cellini Wattenbarger Auditorium, Bryan Fine Arts Building, Tennessee Tech University campus, Cookeville, USA
Bryan Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Dan Allcott
22 February 2009
7.30pm

Recorded for release on LSO Label

Te Deum Barbican Hall, London, UK
London Symphony Orchestra
London Symphony Chorus
The Choir of Etham College
conductor: Sir Colin Davis
Colin Lee (tenor)
Organ (John Alley)
22 February 2009
7.30pm
La Damnation de Faust (excerpts) Ransom Everglades, Coconut Grove, Fl, USA
Alhambra Orchestra
guest conductor: Carlos Riazuelo
22 February 2009 Symphonie fantastique (4th movement)

Family Concert: Becoming a Conductor!
College of San Mateo, San Mateo, USA
Peninsula Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Jessica Bejarano
22 February 2009 Les Troyens

Sung in French with German surtitles

Opernhaus, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Staatstheater Stuttgart Orchestra and Chorus
conductor: John Nelson
chorus masters: Michael Alber and Johannes Knecht
director: Joachim Schlömer
cast:
Enée: Ki-Chun Park
Cassandre: Barbara Schneider-Hofstetter
Didon: Christiane Iven
Anna: Ceri Williams
Chorèbe: Shigeo Ishino
Panthée / Mercure: Wolfgang Newerla
Narbal: Karl-Friedrich Dürr
Iopas: Matthias Klink
Priam: Wolfgang Probst
Ascagne: Li-Young Lim
Hylas: Michael Nowak
L’ombre: d’Hector Adam Kim
Un soldat: Steffen Balbach / Matthias Nenner
Un chef grec: Daniel Kaleta
Hécube: Naomi Ishizu / Megumi Adachi
Helénus: Hee-Tae Kim / Shoung Ho Shin
Astyanax: Joshua Yates / Lucca Lauser / Ruben Papp
Polyxène: Viviana Escalé
Andromaque: Inés Hernández
Le fantôme d’Hector: Marco Volta
23 February 2009
7.30pm

Recorded for release on LSO Label

Te Deum Barbican Hall, London, UK
London Symphony Orchestra
London Symphony Chorus
The Choir of Etham College
conductor: Sir Colin Davis
Colin Lee (tenor)
Organ (John Alley)
24 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Place des Arts, Montréal, Canada
Orchestre symphonique de Montréal
conductor: Jean-Claude Casadesus
25 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, Sarasota, FL, USA
New York Philharmonic
conductor: Lorin Maazel
26 February 2009
7.30pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Fairhaven Ministries Auditorium, Hudsonville, USA
Grand Valley State University Symphony Orchestra
joined by the String Orchestra from Jenison High School
conductor: Professor Henry E. Duitman
26 February 2009
8.00pm

Live broadcast on France Musique

Épisode de la vie d’un artiste (integrated performance)

1. Symphonie fantastique
2. Lélio, ou le Retour à la vie

Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and Radio France coproduction
Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France
Orchestre National de France
Choeur de Radio France
conductor: Riccardo Muti
chorus master: Matthias Brauer
Gérard Depardieu (récitant)
26 February 2009
8.00pm
La Damnation de Faust Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Canada
Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
Toronto Children’s Chorus
conductor: Charles Dutoit
Susanne Mentzer (mezzo-soprano)
Gregory Kunde (tenor)
Sir Willard White (bass-baritone)
Jonathan Lemalu (bass)
26 February 2009 Overture Le Carnaval romain Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Miami, FL, USA
New York Philharmonic
conductor: Lorin Maazel
26 February 2009 Les Nuits d’été (selection) University at Albany Performing Arts Center, Albany, USA
Kara Cornell (mezzo-soprano)
Michael Clement (piano)
27 February 2009
7.30pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth, TX, USA
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Jean-Claude Casadesus
27 February 2009
7.30pm
Waverley Overture

French Flavour
McMorran Theatre, Port Huron, Michigan, USA
International Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Jerome David Summers
27 February 2009
8.00pm
Symphonie funèbre et triomphale

arr. David Whitwell

Fairfield Center for the Creative Arts, Fairfield, USA
Solano Winds Community Concert Band (Solano Winds)
Solano Choral Society
conductor: Helen Intintoli
27 February 2009 L’Enfance du Christ

New production

Opéra de Toulon Provence Mediterranée, Toulon, France
Orchestra and Chorus of the Opéra de Toulon Provence Mediterranée
conductor: Laurent Petitgirard
producer Frédéric Andrau
costumes: Luc Londiveau
lighting and video: Ivan Mathis
Avi Klemberg (narrator, a centurion)
Blandine Staskiewicz (Marie)
Thomas Dolié (Joseph, Polydorus)
Paul Gay (Hérode)
Jean-Marie Frémeau (père de famille)
28 February 2009
7.30pm
Overture Le Corsaire Thalia Mara Hall, Jackson, USA
Mississippi Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Crafton Beck
28 February 2009
7.30pm
Waverley Overture

French Flavour
Imperial Oil Centre for the Performing Arts, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
International Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Jerome David Summers
28 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, UK
Oxford Millennium Orchestra
conductor: Charlie Wilson
28 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture Le Carnaval romain Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth, TX, USA
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Jean-Claude Casadesus
28 February 2009
8.00pm
La Damnation de Faust Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Canada
Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
Toronto Children’s Chorus
conductor: Charles Dutoit
Susanne Mentzer (mezzo-soprano)
Gregory Kunde (tenor)
Sir Willard White (bass-baritone)
Jonathan Lemalu (bass)
28 February 2009
8.00pm
Overture to Béatrice et Bénédict

Concert to benefit ALS Therapy Development Institute
Jordan Hall, Boston, USA
Longwood Symphony Orchestra
conductor: Edward Jones

January 2009   March 2009

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