Program. Symphonie Fantastique. His Shango Memory evokes otherworldly spaces and … “...fleet-fingered lightness and a rich timbre...” — The New York Times on Várdai . Canceled. Artists. Berlioz wrote his most famous and innovative work in 1830, Symphonie Fantastique, an autobiographic work depicting his “endless and unquenchable passion” for Harriet Smithson: If she could for one moment conceive all the poetry, … Berlioz’ most loved work is a symphony of love, from romantic infatuation to drug-fueled madness. WILSON: Shango Memory SAINT-SAËNS: Cello Concerto No. Program Music. (Canceled) Symphonie fantastique Thu / Apr 9, 2020 - 8:00PM. What's Interesting. Lili BOULANGER D’un matin de printemps; BARBER Violin Concerto; Intermission; BERLIOZ Symphonie fantastique; Listen to this program's playlist on Spotify . Olly Wilson was a pioneering faculty member at Oberlin’s Conservatory of Music. To put that into some perspective, ... Symphonie Fantastique is a tour de force of bravura writing and of completely unprecedented orchestral effects.
1 BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique. Symphonie fantastique is an epic for a huge orchestra. Berlioz wrote the Symphonie Fantastique in 1830, to a program that he had gradually developed in 1829. This concert is part of Series 2. Through its movements, it tells the story of an artist's self-destructive passion for a beautiful woman. Sir Andrew + Symphonie Fantastique.
Hector Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique is a celebrated example of program music.In contrast to abstract instrumental music (that is, music without pictorial or verbal allusions), program music intentionally re-creates visual and literary ideas by musical means. Program. Venue Music Hall Ticket Prices From $14 Series. Symphonie fantastique; Important Note Join us at 7:00pm on January 24 and 25 for a pre-concert talk. Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique Program Notes Nearly two hundred years ago, a man went to see a production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet and left suddenly, madly, obsessively in love with an actress… and the world of classical music has never been the same. Audience-favourite Maestro Jun Märkl returns with a program tracing the evolution of the French sound: lush and masterful orchestration, cyclical forms, and great thematic cohesion. From cackling witches and crashing guillotines to opium-fuelled fantasy and a rollicking ending to wake the dead, Berlioz’s visionary, hell-bent masterpiece is classical music’s wildest trip. Louis Langr é e, conductor Johannes Moser, cello. Los Angeles Philharmonic; Rafael … Artists.