Liverpool Philharmonic aims to enhance and transform lives through music. This organisation recognises that it has a duty of care to everyone participating in its activities and ensembles, or using the building through activities organised by their school or other youth and community groups. We wish to ensure that children and adults are safe and protected from harm whilst engaging in music-making, whether on- or off-site.
Liverpool Philharmonic is committed to practice that protects children, young people and adults at risk from harm. All Trustees, staff, musicians and volunteers in this organisation accept and recognise their responsibilities to develop awareness of the issues that cause children or adults at risk harm; and to work together with other agencies to ensure appropriate arrangements within Liverpool Philharmonic to identify, assess, and support those children and adults at risk who are suffering, or likely to suffer, harm.
Our Safeguarding Policy is available below, appendices are available upon request.
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Our participant Photography and Filming Policy is available below.
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Friday 5 April 2024 7:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Hot off the back of multiple sell-outs across the UK, the 23-strong London African Gospel Choir bring their totally uplifting rendition of Paul Simon's iconic Graceland album to Liverpool.