Chichester Symphony Orchestra: music by Butterworth, Holmes, Taylor-Coleridge and Sibelius

Simon Wilkins conducts.

Chichester Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is Chichester’s premier and longest-operating amateur music ensemble, having been in existence for well over 100 years. The orchestra is always looking to appeal to a new generation of listeners, and indeed welcomes new members over the age of 18. It rehearses each week in central Chichester and currently gives four concerts a year, including the cathedral’s lunchtime series as well as being part of the Festival of Chichester.

Recently the orchestra has started to include a themed family concert to its annual programme which is proving very successful.

Simon Wilkins is an experienced conductor of amateur orchestras in the south of England, and is particularly committed to the encouragement and development of non-professional musicians. As an accomplished ‘cellist, he has also performed many concertos.

Tickets £17 & £5.

Chichester Symphony Orchestra has been part of the musical life of Chichester for many years. We're a friendly and sociable charity orchestra.
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