Department of Music

Berlioz: Sacred and Profane
Cambridge, November 2003

   
Berlioz: Sacred and Profane

Tuesday, 11 November, 2003
Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge


The Faculty of Music will be hosting an evening of talks and discussion of
Berlioz's music as part of the November 2003 Cambridge Music Festival.  
Speakers will include Roger Parker, Julian Rushton, Hugh Macdonald, Peter
Raby and Delphine Mordey. The evening will also include a buffet supper.

The main speakers in this informal evening are internationally known for
their work on Berlioz. Hugh Macdonald, Professor of Music at Washington
University in St Louis, is a founding editor of the New Berlioz Edition
and author of Berlioz (1982). Julian Rushton, Professor of Music at the
University of Leeds, is the author of The Musical Language of Berlioz
(1983) and The Music of Berlioz (2001).

For further information please e-mail dmm36@cam.ac.uk

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Music, West Road 5.00 pm - 9.15 pm
Coffee and biscuits served from 4.40 pm; buffet supper at 7.30 pm.
Tickets: 7.50, to include supper, available from Terry Wylie (+44-(0)1223
763481 tkw23@cam.ac.uk) Students free (but should apply for a ticket as
above)