The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic is committed to fully understanding and minimising its impact upon the environment through our Environmental Sustainability Policy and Action Plan. We will strive to reach the highest practicably achievable standards in environmental sustainability throughout our business operations and develop a positive culture of environmental awareness, personal and corporate responsibility across our employees, artists, performers, promoters, audiences, participants, clients and contractors, and anyone else who may be affected by our actions or activities.
We will adopt a robust and systemic approach to environmental sustainability management, complying with all relevant legislation and guidance, and striving for continuous and measurable improvement in our performance.
Our aims are to:
To achieve our aims we will:
Draft updated: 30 September 2017
We're excited to be taking part in Arts Council England and Julie's Bicycle's Spotlight Programme, helping us reduce our environmental impact by setting ambitious targets to cut carbon emissions over the next few years. You can find out more here:
Sat 14 , Tue 17 - Wed 18 , Fri 20 - Sun 22 December 2019 Various Times Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
It wouldn’t be December without our annual Spirit of Christmas concerts – they’re a Liverpool tradition. That means a glorious selection of Yuletide music, with classic carols and Christmas cheer from conductor Ian Tracey.