Liverpool Philharmonic enhances and transforms lives through music. At the heart of our work is the critically-acclaimed Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (the UK’s oldest) and Choir; an extensive programme of participative work with young people and others across our community; and presentation of almost 400 concerts and events each year at our home, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
Each year, Liverpool Philharmonic connects with up 350,000 music lovers through live concerts in Liverpool. And 73,000 young people participate in our Youth Company, attend concerts or take part in our In Harmony programme. Around 900,000 people in 92 countries listen to our recordings each month on Spotify, more than any UK orchestra outside London.
Work with us
We are always looking for creative and motivated people from a wide variety of backgrounds to employ.
Thinking about a career in the arts? Wondering whether it’s for you? Click here to find out more from people right across our organisation, about their journey into the arts and what a typical day at Liverpool Philharmonic looks like for them!
Submitting online applications
All applications for our current vacancies must be submitted online (details in job listings).
If you have any general queries on our vacancies, or queries with the online form, please email email@example.com
Please note we are unable to accept unsolicited CVs for vacancies, internships or work experience placements. You should apply for any current vacancies directly through the online application process for a particular job if you feel your skills and experience match the specific role.
Liverpool Philharmonic offers a structured work experience program for members of the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Company , and we do not take on ad hoc work experience students.
Equal Opportunities Statement
Liverpool Philharmonic is committed to striving to represent modern Britain in all its diversity. Liverpool Philharmonic is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates, irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. In seeking to be representative of the Liverpool city region, applications from members of minority ethnic groups are particularly welcome as they are currently underrepresented within the creative industry. The appointment will be made on merit with independent assessment, openness and transparency of process.