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Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Choir

"the real star of the show turned out to be the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir."

-Liverpool Echo on Brahm's German Requiem, September 2013

With its 150-year tradition, and reputation for versatility, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir has always been central to the life of Liverpool Philharmonic. Its members are drawn from a wide range of occupations in business, medicine, education, industry and many other fields, and travel from all parts of Merseyside, and beyond, to take part in the Choir's activities.  In recent years, the Choir has performed Orff’s Carmina Burana, Verdi’s Requiem, Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater, Brahms’ A German Requiem, James MacMillan’s St John Passion and of course our annual series of Carol Concerts, The Spirit of Christmas and Messiah

The 2014/15 season concerts are:
Serenade to Music on Saturday 25 October,
Remembrance on Saturday 8 November,
The Spirit of Christmas Thursday 18, Saturday 20 - Tuesday 23 December,
Messiah on Saturday 10 January,
Exsultate, jubilate on Saturday 7 February,
Liverpool Philharmonic: Celebrating 175 Years
on Thursday 12 & Saturday 14 March,
Mahler's 'Resurrection' on Wednesday 29 & Thursday 30 April
and The Dream of Gerontius on Saturday 13 June.

Ian Tracey has been Chorus Master of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir since 1985. To contact Ian, please visit his website for more details.

We are always looking for new choir members. The choir rehearse on a Monday evening in term time, with additional rehearsals in the lead up to concerts. If you are interested in auditioning or need further information, please contact Rosemary Barton at or telephone 0151 210 2895.

Members of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir are also required to be Members of Liverpool Philharmonic at an annual fee of £100 for Silver Membership, or, for full time students and unemployment claimants, £32.50 for Bronze Membership.

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