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COVID-19 Update

We regret to inform our audiences, that in light of the new UK government coronavirus restrictions, Liverpool Philharmonic is cancelling all concerts from and including Thursday 5 November to Wednesday 2 December 2020. Concerts will proceed as planned from Thursday 3 December. 

For a list of the latest event cancellations and reschedules, please click here.

For more information about what digital content we are offering, please click here. Tickets are £10 and available now. 

Isata Kanneh-Mason’s piano recital on Wednesday 4 November, 7.30pm will be taking place as planned.

All concerts after Wednesday 2 December are currently proceeding as planned.

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic On Demand concerts on Tuesday 3 November, Wednesday 11 November, Wednesday 18 November, Wednesday 25 November and Wednesday 9 December are unaffected by these new regulations and will be broadcast as planned. We’ll bring the Orchestra to your living room with an innovative online experience. Each concert will be presented in full, preceded by a live preconcert talk on Zoom with BBC Radio 3 broadcaster and author Stephen Johnson, and a post-concert q and a session with musicians, conductors and composers in a sort of ‘post match analysis’, where you can ask questions and participate.

As a charity, the Liverpool Philharmonic relies on tickets sales for a large part of our income. Our sector faces uncertain times ahead. Therefore, we ask our audiences, if you are able to – please consider donating the price of your ticket, or another amount. 

You can make a donation here.

We look forward to returning to live music making as soon as we can. We will continue to update our website with the most up to date information.