Orchestra’s autumn shows

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Both Chichester and Winchester cathedrals will host concerts by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra this autumn.

Beethoven’s Violin Concerto (soloist Alexandra Soumm) and Dvorak’s eighth symphony are the main works on the Chichester programme conducted by Christoph Koenig on September 13 (7.30pm).

Tickets cost £4.50 (side aisles, restricted view) to £21 from bsolive.org.

Winchester’s concert is in memory of war victims and takes its title from For The Fallen, a setting by Elgar of the Lawrence Binyon poem that includes lines traditionally spoken at Remembrance events: ‘They shall not grow old.’

David Hill, the BSO’s associate conductor, takes charge of the programme on Saturday, October 18 (7.30pm), which also features Elgar’s Cello Concerto with Antonio Meneses from Portugal as soloist, the Tallis Fantasia and Toward The Unknown Region, both by Vaughan Williams, and other music by British composers.

Tickets cost £19.50 to £39 from bsolive.org.