presents Vive la France! Direct from the Ulster Hall, Belfast. Yan Pascal Tortelier conducts the Ulster Orchestra led by PAUL WILLEY in some of the best-known showpieces in the French orchestral repertoire - The
Sorcerer's Apprentice by Dukas, Prélude a I Apres -midi d 'un faune by Debussy and Ravel's Boléro. Introduced by Michael Baguley. Producer TERRY BLACK
(Given in association with Digital Equipment Co Ltd)
8.15-8.35* The Phoenix Duo provide some
French and English music for flute and harp.
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