The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. The first concert in the classical series, "Berlioz and the Ladies" features works by two female composers and is dedicated to the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra Guild. Music Director and conductor Gregory Vajda talked with Ginny Kennedy about this concert, Symphony Week and what's ahead for the HSO.
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