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    The Ticket: Classical music

    BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA For his second week of subscription concerts, Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit leads an Ibero-centric program anchored by Ravel’s one-act opera “L’Heure Espagnole,” with a cast that includes Daniela Mack, Benjamin Hulett, and François Piolino. Also on the bill: Ravel’s “Rapsodie Espagnole” and Falla’s “Nights in the Gardens of Spain,” with pianist Javier Perianes in his BSO debut as soloist. March 3-5, Symphony Hall. 617-266-1200,

    BOSTON BAROQUE Though hardly a stranger to local early music fans, the eloquent South African fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout will make his first appearances with Martin Pearlman’s period-instrument orchestra, performing as soloist in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2 on a program that also features Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. March 4 and 5, Jordan Hall, 617-987-8600,

    BACH, BEETHOVEN, & BRAHMS SOCIETY Under the baton of its founding conductor Steven Lipsitt, the city’s newest chamber orchestra gives its keenly anticipated first performance. On the program will be works by Salieri, Wolf-Ferrari, and Haydn, as well as Leopold Mozart’s Serenata with BSO principals Thomas Rolfs (trumpet) and Toby Oft (trombone) as soloists. March 6, 3 p.m., Faneuil Hall. 305-970-1132, JEREMY EICHLER