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Performance on 3


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Verity Sharp presents a concert live from the Lighthouse Centre forthe Arts, Poole. Barber's lyrical postwar Cello Concerto contrasts with storm-tossed Wagner and the early Romantic ardour of Berlioz. Alisa Weilerstein (cello),
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Marin Alsop
Wagner Overture: The Flying Dutchman Barber Cello Concerto
8.10 Twenty Minutes: Fuelled with Fantasy
Medical historian Mike Jay sheds fascinating new light on the role that opium played in Berlioz's composition of the Symphonie Fantastique and on how, in turn, his work contributed to the drug's increasingly lurid image as a recreational rather than medicinal drug in the later 19th century. The reader is Jonathan Keeble.
8.30 Berlioz Symphonie Fantasique


Unknown: Verity Sharp
Cello: Alisa Weilerstein
Conductor: Marin Alsop
Unknown: Mike Jay
Unknown: Jonathan Keeble.

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