Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will offer a spectacular start to this year’s Festival of Chichester with their Summer Serenade concert in Chichester Cathedral on Saturday, June 13 at 7.30pm.
The orchestra, recently voted the world’s favourite orchestra on Bachtrack, is delighted to open the 2015 festival with a concert of symphonic gems, conducted by Jac van Steen and featuring Jack Liebeck on violin. Their programme will be: Dvořák – Carnival Overture; Mendelssohn – Midsummer Night’s Dream Nocturne; Mendelssohn – Violin Concerto; Brahms – Symphony No 4.
“Celebrating 120 years of music-making of the highest order, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is a unique organisation,” said orchestra spokeswoman Esme James. “The only UK symphony orchestra not based in a major city, the BSO defines what it means to be an orchestra serving a whole region whilst maintaining important national and international significance. From the smallest to the biggest-scale performance, from engaging people new to live music making to those who have loved music all their lives, our musicians have the passion and flexibility to inspire audiences in a way that truly celebrates the role that culture must always have.”
Tickets on: www.chichestertickets.co.uk.