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The Boston Symphony Orchestra will soon present All-Berlioz Program, featuring the greatest orchestra works by the all time favorite romantic composer, Hector Berlioz. With its inaugural show taking place in 1881, Boston Symphony is now celebrating its 132nd season with this new program. Founded by Henry Lee Higginson more than a century ago, the orchestra still upholds his vision of quality music. The All-Berlioz Program will take place at the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, MA on August 11th, 2014. The venue is a summer music academy where music amateurs take part in workshops, master classes and performances. The music director of Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky founded the school. This event featuring Berlioz's music is going to be one of the best orchestra concerts. All-Berlioz Program tickets are available to attend this incredible show.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc., hosts over two hundred and fifty concerts every year and has reached out to millions of listeners with its concerts, radio, recordings, tours and educational programs. It presents material from the most significant composers of today. The summer season of BSO at Tanglewood is considered among the best. The Boston Symphony Chamber Players are known all over the world, which include Malcolm Lowe. He joined BSO in 1984 as concertmaster in 1984, becoming the tenth of his kind in the history of orchestra. Malcolm Lowe serves as the orchestral player, solo recitalist, teacher and chamber musician. He regularly makes appearances as a soloist with BSO and has also appeared as a guest with the Montreal and Toronto Symphony Orchestras, among others.
Another BSO Chamber player is Haldan Martinson who made his solo debut in 1990 with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and appeared on national television for the first time in 1988 performing on Tonight Show by Johnny Carson. He has performed with numerous other orchestras such as Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra, the Yale Symphony Orchestra and the Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra. Martinson has received several prizes, awards and scholarships, which includes the Spotlight Award by the Los Angeles Music Center. Haldan Martinson has taken part in the chamber music festivals of Taos, Ravinia, La Jolla and Santa Fe.
Steven Ansell joined BSO as principal viola in 1996. He is also an acclaimed member of Muir String Quartet. With the ensemble, he toured heavily across the world. As a recording artist, Ansell has been honored with a Gramophone Magazine Award and two Grand Prix du Disque Awards. He has made appearances on PBS's "In Performance at the White House," and took part in the Tanglewood, Schleswig-Holstein, Marlboro, Blossom, Newport, Snowbird and Spoleto music festivals.
All these BSO Chamber players along with the other musicians will be playing the music of Berlioz this season. Hector Berlioz was best known for his romantic compositions Grande messe des morts and Symphonie fantastique. He has made significant contributions to the modern orchestra and conducted numerous concerts with over a thousand musicians. He has also composed nearly fifty songs. Berlioz has been a great source of inspiration for composers like Richard Strauss, Richard Wagner, Franz Liszt, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Gustav Mahler. He composed some of his best work in 1830, which includes Harold en Italie, Symphonie fantastique, Romeo et Juliette and Grande messe des morts.
As a conductor, Berlioz has produced some highly influential work that brought him popularity in Europe and has been heralded as his era's greatest conductor. Today, his work is brought to stage by the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the show All-Berlioz Program. All-Berlioz Program tickets will treat you to a great musical evening.