09. December 2007 · Comments Off · Categories: Links, Reviews

A review about Berlioz’ Symphonie Fantastique:

No one was distracted. The performance was heightened in every aspect: the softest softs, the loudest anthems. It’s almost unfair to single out performers, but standouts included principals David Herbert (timpani), Carey Bell (clarinet), Tim Day (flute), William Bennett (oboe), as well as English hornists Jonathan Fischer and Russ deLuna, harpists Douglas Rioth and Karen Gottlieb, plus all the violas, all the cellos, all the brass – you get the idea. (RTWT)

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