Bizet's Symphony in C

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Pablo Rus Broseta, conductor

Christine Lamprea, cello

DEBUSSY: Petite Suite

MUMFORD: Cello Concerto: "of fields unfolding echoing depths of resonant light."

BIZET: Symphony in C

Carmen composer Georges Bizet wrote his only symphony at age seventeen. A masterpiece on par with Mendelssohn's greatest works, the symphony was - astoundingly - never played in Bizet's lifetime. It sparkles in a program that opens with Debussy's delightful suite and continues with Jeffrey Mumford's radiant cello concerto, played by adventurous cello soloist and Itzhak Perlman protégé and collaborator Christine Lamprea.

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