What You'll Get
The fiery French Romantic Era composer Hector Berlioz was writing music about witches, guillotines and bizarre drug-induced hallucinations more than 150 years before rockers like Ozzy Osbourne and Alice Cooper explored similar topics. Now the Phoenix Symphony plays Berlioz's 1830 masterpiece, Symphonie fantastique, a phantasmagorical adventure written to impress an Irish actress who would later become his wife. Led by Music Director and Maestro Tito Muñoz, the orchestra opens with another of Berlioz's works, The Roman Carnival Overture, and also features concertmaster Steven Moeckel on Sibelius' notoriously challenging Concerto for Violin.
The Fine Print
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