Introducing Dvořák

Watch our short introduction to Dvořák's Cello Concerto

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Royal Festival Hall 2014/15

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7.30pm concerts are not recommended for children of five years and under, and Southbank Centre staff reserve the right to refuse entry to young children for these events. We recommend our FUNharmonics concerts for children.


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Symphonie fantastique

Guerrero conducts Berlioz

7:30 PM, ​ Royal Festival Hall, London

JTI Friday Series

Dvořák Cello Concerto
Berlioz Symphonie fantastique

Giancarlo Guerrero conductor
Narek Hakhnazaryan cello
London Philharmonic Orchestra

Hector Berlioz was prone to overreaction, but when he saw the Irish actress Harriet Smithson playing the role of Ophelia in a production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet in 1827, he believed his life had changed forever. Berlioz fell madly in love with Smithson, and with Shakespeare too. He set about proving it in a symphony that would give birth to his own unique and uncompromising musical language: passionate, witty, enraged, high-spirited, sardonic, tormented and proud. The Symphonie fantastique was born, and it eventually won Hector Berlioz the heart of Harriet Smithson as well.

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