Berlioz and Mendelssohn — at the Royal Festival Hall

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Kati Debretzeni will be directing the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment at the Royal Festival Hall, with mezzo soprano Sarah Connolly.

They will be performing some classical music by Hector Berlioz and Felix Mendelssohn.

Berlioz -- Reverie et caprice romance, Les nuits d'ete
Mendelssohn -- The Fair Melusine Overture, Symphony No.4 in A

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment is one of the resident orchestras of London’s Southbank Centre, and specialises in playing late 18th-century works on period instruments.

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