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Liverpool Philharmonic Concerts Update
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Liverpool Philharmonic Concerts Update

Wednesday 6 January 2021

Liverpool Philharmonic regretfully announces that, in line with new government restrictions, all Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra concerts through Sunday 28 February as well as Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir performances on Thursday 4 and Saturday 6 March are now cancelled.

The below On Demand concerts due to be broadcast in January and February are also cancelled:

  • Tuesday 19 January – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and flautist Cormac Henry, conducted by Andrew Manze
  • Tuesday 2 February – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, conducted by Andrew Manze
  • Monday 22 February – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vasily Petrenko
  • Tuesday 9 March – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and pianist Martin James Bartlett, conducted by Mihhail Gerts

On Demand performances resume on Tuesday 23 March, with Vasily Petrenko conducting Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and cellist Anastasia Kobekina. They will perform Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No.1 and Beethoven’s Symphony No.2. Several On Demand concerts originally performed in the Autumn will also be available to watch from mid-January.

Although we have a very well managed Covid secure workplace, we have taken this decision to contribute positively to the city’s approach of maximizing the control of coronavirus within our community, by reducing any potential risk associated with a gathering of large numbers, such as during orchestral broadcasts, in this critical phase of the crisis. 

All tickets holders for cancelled performances have been contacted with further information about how to obtain refunds or credits.

The safety of audiences, artists and staff at Liverpool Philharmonic remains our priority.  We thank everyone who has supported us over this difficult period and look forward to returning to live music-making and On Demand performances as soon as we safely can. 

Visit www.liverpoolphil.com for the latest information on our events.

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