The presence of Sir John Eliot Gardiner at the Berlioz Festival at La Côte-Saint-Andre, in Isère, should have been a devotion. It was the British conductor, a beloved figure in the rediscovery of historical interpretation, who gave it all Trojans by Hector Berlioz conducting the Monteverdi Choir and the Révolutionnaire et Romantique Orchestra, on antique instruments. divided into two parts, Trojan takeover And Trojans in CarthageThis massive work was the main production of the festival held in the composer’s home town of France, ahead of a massive tour across Europe.
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