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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra: The Planets

1 June 2019 Salisbury Cathedral


Saturday 1 June at 7.30pm


‚ÄčIves The Unanswered Question
Elgar Serenade for Strings
Conductor Bramwell Tovey

Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis
Holst The Planets

The BSO returns to Salisbury with works that bring emotions to life unlike any others in the repertoire. Elgar’s and Vaughan Williams’ heart-felt pieces for string orchestra speak to the spirit; while Holst’s grand Planets suite travels through the galaxy from threatening boisterous Mars to quick and powerful Mercury and beautifully eerie Venus.


Running Time: Approx 1 hour 50 mins (including interval)


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Please note that the rear side aisle areas are unreserved with variable sight lines but perfect acoustics, click in to these areas on the seating plan to book unreserved tickets in these areas. 

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Booking Details

Tickets: £44, £38, £30, £24, £18. 

£12 (restricted view; to be released at future date)

There is no public parking in the close with the exception of a limited number of disabled spaces. Ticket holders with mobility issues may be dropped off by car: cars cannot enter before 5pm and must leave after dropping off

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