Charles Dutoit Conducts Berlioz, Dutilleux Featuring Tenor Paul Groves at Boston Symphony Hall

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What You'll Get

Globetrotting, Grammy-winning conductor Charles Dutoit, currently the artistic director of the London Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, returns to the Boston Symphony Orchestra for two weeks this season. For this first concert he leads two works by Berlioz for chorus and orchestra: the wide-ranging and dramatic Te Deum, featuring solo tenor Paul Groves, and the lesser-known Resurrexit, a movement from a Missa solennelle Mass setting from 1824. Henri Dutilleux's masterful Timbres, espace, mouvement continues the BSO's celebration this season of the 100th anniversary of the composer's birth. The beautiful 1978 work was inspired by Van Gogh's most famous painting, The Starry Night. Treat yourself to a starry night of music at Boston Symphony Hall.

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