Liverpool Philharmonic enhances and transforms lives through music. At the heart of its programme is the critically-acclaimed Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (the UK’s oldest) and Choir; work with young people through the Youth Company and In Harmony Liverpool; support for people experiencing mental ill health through work with the NHS; and presentation of around 400 diverse concerts and events each year at its home, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, one of the UK’s leading concert halls.
The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is an art-deco style Grade II listed building located on Liverpool's well-known and well-loved Hope Street within the city's Georgian Quarter. The award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra is the UK’s oldest continuing professional symphony orchestra. The origins of the Orchestra’s concert series date back to the formation of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic concert society by a group of Liverpool music lovers in 1840. Domingo Hindoyan became Chief Conductor of the Orchestra in 2021, joining a distinguished line of musicians who have led the Orchestra during its illustrious history.
Liverpool Philharmonic is central to Liverpool’s cultural offering, being the largest music organisation and one of the largest cultural organisations in the city. The Orchestra gives over seventy concerts each year in Liverpool.
Liverpool Philharmonic presents one of the most diverse programmes of any music organisation outside London across its venues, representing rock/pop, folk, jazz, music from diverse cultures, chamber music, orchestral and choral music, film, spoken word and comedy, and much more.
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- National Awards DisabledGo 2013
- Regional Awards Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2016 - Winner 2016
|Open (1 January 2023 - 31 December 2023)|