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Forthcoming performances of Berlioz’s music around the world

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“Enfin on va jouer ma musique”
[At last my music is going to be performed]

Berlioz 3rd century

    The concert pages list forthcoming concerts and operas according to both the countries in which they will be performed, and the dates at which they will be performed. The current page includes the country-based listing; you will find the date-based listings at: Berlioz Performances – classified by date. We would be delighted to include on these pages news/information about the performances of Berlioz’s music in your part of the world.
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We have also created an archive of Berlioz Performances with the starting date of 2003, Berlioz’s bicentenary year.

Asia, Australia, New Zealand: Australia  Japan 
Europe: Austria  Czech Republic  Estonia  Finland  France  Germany  Hungary  Iceland  Ireland  Italy  Luxembourg  Netherlands  Norway  Poland  Slovakia  Spain  Sweden  Switzerland  UK 
The Americas: Canada  United States

Last update: 1 July 2024

* Coronavirus

Due to the global coronavirus emergency numerous public events were cancelled worldwide from March 2020 onwards, including concerts, opera performances and other musical events. In some cases the organisers of such events gave formal notice of the cancellation of particular musical events, but in many others they did not. It will be understood that events that were listed in our concert pages for the months after March 2020 were subject to this uncertainty. In the course of 2021 and 2022 concert and theatre activity has gradually returned to normal.



We would like to express our gratitude to all those who have contributed to this page:

Victoria Adams (University College London Music Society), John Ahouse, Ruth Akers, Eleonora Noga Alberti, Nguyen Tuan Anh, Ronale Anson, Patrick Marie Aubert, Lisette Aubert, Rosalyn Avakian (Macquarie University Singers, Sydney, Australia), Larry K Ball, David Bernard (Music Director of the Lawyer’s Orchestra), George Barker (The Orchestra of the Bournemouth Philharmonic Society), Frances Barrett (Chair, Dulwich Symphony Orchestra), Benjamin Bayl, Martin Binks, Fergus Black, Hans-Albert Blank, Yvette Blanzat (Chœur de Compostelle), Rachel A Blondie, Professor Peter Bloom, Hugues Blunat (Orchestre des Gardiens de la Paix de Paris), Thomas Bogatz, George L. Bohmfalk, Pam Booth (North Staffs Symphony Orchestra), John Boydell (Secretary, Philharmonic Society), Gunther Braam, Henri Brenders (Le Chœur et Orchestre Jean-Philippe Dubor), Kai Brodersen, David Brown, Alastair Bruce [Lord Aberdare], Aubry Bryan (tenor, opera singer), Sue Bryant (Wokingham Choral Society), Marcelo Bussiki, Andrew Calow, Benoît Carlier, Patrick Casabonne, Pedro Castillo, Dominique Catteau, Natalia Chernavina, Hallie Clark, John Clark, Brian Clements, Gilles Colombani (Président Association “Baroque en Provence” and Directeur du Festival “d’Art Baroque de Saint-Maximin” et des “Académies Baroques en Provence Verte”), Karen Considine, Andrew Coombs (Bristol Choral Society), Ruth Coombs (Radlett Choral Society), Cynthia Cowan, Peter Craik (Royal Academy of Music), Jeremy Crump, Peter Curbishley, Sasha Curthoys, Katja Deibel, Adriaan Derwig, Tony Dymoke-Bradshaw, Phillip Dangerfield, Jean-Philippe Dartevel, Silviu Deaconescu (Filarmonica Piteşti, Romania), Martine Desablins, Jean-Michel Desai, Julien Di Tommaso (Director of Compagnie Interlude), Graham Dick (member of the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs), Maestro Duilio Dobrin, Elena Dolenko, Márvio dos Anjos, Alan Douglas (Webmaster, Bracknell Choral Society), Ashley Donaldson, Márvio dos Anjos, Jutta Drews, Adeline Ducasse, Scott Duckworth, Gérard Dugelay, Tony Dymoke-Bradshaw, Christoph Engel, Simon Faber (Danish National Symphony Orchestra), Patrick Favre-Tissot-Bonvoisin, Leland Felt (Executive Director, Bucks County Choral Society), Margaret Fenton, Festival Berlioz at La Côte Saint André, Eric Ferrand-N’Kaoua (pianist), Maestro Guillermo Figueroa, Caryn Finhil, Pierre Filliez, Christopher Follett, Ian Franklin, Meg Frantz (Mason Gross School of the Arts), Ella M. Fredrickson (Florida Orchestra), Maestro Léonard Ganvert (conductor, Les Concertsd’Athalie Orchestra), Isabelle Garcia, Peter Geissler, Misoon Ghim, Donald Gibson, Neal Gittleman (Music Director, Dayton Philharmonic), Anne Gobey (Frome Festival), Robert Goldberg, Robert Gordon, Sarah Graham (Publicity Officer, Keele Bach Choir), J. J. Gray III (Call Room Manager, Virginia Symphony), Victor Grieve, Katell Guiziou, Keith Gunnar, Stephen Gutman, Chad Habermehl, Gene Halaburt, Kyle L. Hancock (Dallas Opera Chorus & Dallas Symphony Chorus), Jan Harrington, Derek Harrison (Music Director of Hertford Choral Society), Kevin Henderson, Dominique Hoff (mezzo-soprano), Kate Holland (Marketing Officer, Northern Sinfonia), Professor D K Holoman, Jan van den Hurk, Tamas Jaszay, Kenichi Inagaki, Maestro Felipe Izcaray (music director and conductor, Orquesta Sinfónica de Salta), Rafael Enrique Irizarry (Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico), Daniel Jacopi, Ramon Jacques, Harald Janko, Diana Jefkins, Bruce Johnson, Barbara Jones, Eddie Jones, Eric Jorve, Mark Junkert, David Kay, Cheryl Kempler (Cathedral Choral Society), Oliver Kentish, Gary King, Andy Kirkham (Bearsden Choir), Cédric Kleinklaus (Orchestre de salon Eugénie), Virginia Knight, Toni Kram, Craig Kridel, Krisztina Lami, Maestro Theodore Kuchar (conductor, Janáčkova filharmonie Ostrava), Eric de Kuyper, Gianluca La Villa (Teatro Comunale of Ferrara), Will Lardinois, Nicolas Laurencin, Joel Lazar, Yann Le Bras (Absolutamente), Anna Legedza, Louis-Paul Lepaumier, Gilles Lesur, Rachel Levine, Andrej Lipkin (Sidcup Symphony Orchestra), Jakob Lobeck, Rob Lown, Maria Lúcia (Magnificat Choir), Sonia J. Luna, Professor Hugh Macdonald, Daniel Manley, Ian Martinez, Steffen Meder, Adrienne Metzinger (Managing Director, One World Symphony), Jack McFadden, Maestro Pat Miller (conductor, Melbourne), Tony Mitchell, Jean Luc Moggi, Norbert Molina, Hugh M. Monaghan, Barbara Moon (Hayes [Kent] Philharmonic Choir), Ray Moore, Jim Morris, Scott Mortensen, David K. Morton, Barbara Noffke, Melinda O’Neal, Randy Neighbarger, Rosemarie Neumeyer, Anders Nyholm, Raphaël Oleg, Kevin O’Neill, Lewis Orchard, Elisabeth Page, Peter Payne, Alison Palmer, Alain Pâris (conductor), Jim Pearman (Honorary Secretary of the Wyre Forest Symphony Orchestra), A. Peitz (Leipzig Opera), Gillian Perkins (Director of the Cambridge Music Festival), Andy Pesich, James Phan (Chœur Vocalys), David E. Phelps (Central Florida Symphony Orchestra and Chorus), Eric Picouleau (Orchestre de Paris chorus), Marc-Antoine Pingeon (conductor), Valérien Pitarch, Jane Polett (General Manager, Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association), Marja Maclaine Pont, Madame Patricia Pouchulu (President of La Bella Música, Buenos Aires), Keith Probert, Moragh Ramage (Sounds of Stow Chorus), Barbara Ratliff, Nicola Reilly (Carmel Bach Festival), Michel Reis, Leonidas Rempelakos, Enrique García Revilla, Debbie Rittner, Alan Robertson (a director and member of the City of Glasgow Chorus), Dominique Roche, Mrs. Jeanne Rescigno, Leen Roetman, Camille Rondeau, Edward Rooth, Mark M Rubin, Phillip Rutherford, Fumie Sakurai, Harry Saltzman, Antonio T Salva Veyn, Bob Salvi, Alexei Samsonov, Chris Sanctuary (Richmond Orchestra), Autumn L. M. Schaefer (The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Inc.), Christoph Schagerl, Robert I. Scott (Chaiman, Hutton & Shenfield Choral Society), Robin Seaman, Robert Secret, Iain Seedhouse, Pierre-René Serna, Paul Semple, Oliver Shapiro, Bethan Sheppard (BBC Symphony Orchestra), Veronica Simeoni (mezzo-soprano), Bruce Sinclair (Webmaster, Essex Symphony Orchestra), Larry Simmons, Molly Skardon, Angela Smallwood, Karl Snow, Steven Smith (Music Director, Richmond Symphony), C. Songeur, Amaru Soren, Souris Sotte (pseudonym), Michel Soulard (Nouméa, New Caledonia), Madame Chantal Spillemaecker (Conservateur en chef au Musée dauphinois and former Directrice du Musée Hector-Berlioz), Sam Stephens, Brent Stevens, Didi Stewart, John Stine, Howard Storch, Grant Suhs, Larry Symmes Jr, Dominic Tay (Dunedin Youth Orchestra), Evelyn Tay, Carole Teacher, Gerard ten Hoope, Annette Tesoriero, John C. Thomas, Peter Thomas (assistant conductor, Auckland Symphony Orchestra), John Thornley (Concert Manager, Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra), Judith Tick, Sophie Ti-Puss, Conrad Tobler, Michele Troise, Maestro Robert Tuohy (conductor, The Orchestra of the City, London), Alan Underwood, Veronica Urrego, Pepijn van Doesburg, Steven Van Impe, Marten Velthuijsen, Mark Vendy, Sue Vernon, Vietnam National Opera and Ballet, Davide Vittone, Tracy Vivian, Marina Vladimirska, Heinz Peter Wacker, Catherine Wang, Linda Ward, Christian Wasselin, Mike Whalen, Michael Wheatley (Associate Conductor, Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra), Delmar Williams, Stephen Williams, Andrew Wilson, Ian Wilson-Pope (Bass-Baritone), Piotr Witkowski, Leo Wong, Bill Woodward, Robert Wouda, Michael Wright, Nic Wright, John Wrzesien, Elisabeth Zapolska (Chœurs et Orchestres des Grandes Ecoles, Paris), Alexei Zubkov and Paul Zorovich (The St. Cecilia Chorus).

We are also grateful to our friend Jim Morris for his excellent suggestion concerning the creation of this date-based listing.

The Hector Berlioz Website was created by Monir Tayeb and Michel Austin on 18 July 1997; announcements of forthcoming performances commenced on the Home Page on 18 July 1997; separate pages for Forthcoming performances were created on 27 December 2000.

© Monir Tayeb and Michel Austin

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