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To replace the Boston Symphony Orchestra concert of February 9, 2017, canceled due to severe weather conditions, the orchestra will add a concert to its schedule on March 29, 2017. The all-French program features the BSO debut of conductor Alain Altinoglu in collaboration with violinist Renaud Capuçon in Eduoud Lalo's Symphonie espagnole, along with music of Berlioz, Dutilleux, and Roussel. This concert will be performed in addition to the already scheduled March 30-April 1 program featuring Mr. Altinoglu and Mr. Capuçon.
Lalo's Spain-inspired Symphonie espagnole, a piece not performed by the BSO at Symphony Hall since 1985, is one of the great 19th-century showpieces for the violin. Opening the concert is Berlioz's colorful Roman Carnival Overture, which incorporates themes from the composer's Italianate opera Benvenuto Cellini. The second half of the program includes Henri Dutilleux's Symphony No. 2, Le Double-commissioned by the BSO for its 75th anniversary and premiered by the BSO and Charles Munch in 1959-and Albert Roussel's Suite No. 2 from his 1930 ballet Bacchus et Ariane.
The full listing for the Wednesday, March 29 replacement concert appears below.
Alain Altinoglu, conductor
Renaud Capuçon, violin
BERLIOZ Roman Carnival Overture
LALO Symphonie espagnole, for violin and orchestra
DUTILLEUX Symphony No. 2, Le Double
ROUSSEL Bacchus et Ariane,Suite No. 2
Tickets for this concert, available from $12-104, may be purchase by phone through SymphonyCharge (617-266-1200 or 888-266-1200), online through the BSO's website (www.bso.org), or in person at the Symphony Hall Box Office (301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston). There is a $6.50 service fee for all tickets purchased online or by phone through SymphonyCharge. Patrons with tickets for the postponed February 9 concert, who did not exchange their tickets for an alternative concert, should use their original tickets; they may opt to exchange their tickets for an alternative concert by calling SymphonyCharge at 888-266-1200.