Berlioz (disambiguation)

Berlioz (disambiguation)

Berlioz is a surname. People with this name include:

* Hector Berlioz (1803-1869), French composer
* Jacques Berlioz (1891-1975), French zoologist
* Sergio Berlioz (born 1963), Mexican composer and musicologist


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