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Following the latest government advice about coronavirus, Liverpool Philharmonic will cancel all performances, in all venues (Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and Music Room), with immediate effect until 9 May. We hope to reschedule as many of these performances as possible to some time in the future and will let you know if we are able to do so. At this point, we have no information as to when we will re-open.
We enter a period of unprecedented uncertainty. The health of everyone working for, or visiting Liverpool Philharmonic will always be our priority. Over the next few weeks and months, we will do everything we can to support our artists, staff and community.
We are contacting affected customers by email or phone to advise on the next steps to how to obtain refunds or credit vouchers. Due to the high volume of enquiries, we urge customers not to contact us but we will be in touch as soon as possible and will endeavour to provide the most efficient customer service we can.
If the closure period is extended, we will be in touch with bookers for future performances in good time, and we’ll also post updates to our website and social media channels.
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.
Liverpool Philharmonic's mission is predicated on bringing people together for shared musical experiences; it’s disheartening to put on hold what we do best. We would like to apologise to those who have been affected by our closure and thank audiences for their understanding. As ever, we are grateful for your support.