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Liverpool Philharmonic cancels all concerts through 31 January 2021
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Liverpool Philharmonic cancels all concerts through 31 January 2021

Monday 4 January 2021

 

 

Liverpool Philharmonic regretfully announces that, in line with government restrictions, we are cancelling all live performances through 31 January 2021 inclusive. This includes all Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber, and Youth Company concerts. 

On Demand concerts, which audiences can purchase and watch at home, will be running as scheduled. These include a performance of Dvořák’s Cello Concerto by superstar cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason (who famously played at Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding) and two concerts led by Chief Conductor Vasily Petrenko with repertoire including Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream: Overture, Nocturne and Scherzo and Beethoven’s Symphony No.2.

The On Demand concerts will be broadcast on Tuesday 19 January, Tuesday 2 February, Monday 22 February, Tuesday 9 March and Tuesday 23 March. More information here: www.liverpoolphil.com/liverpool-philharmonic-on-demand/

All tickets holders for cancelled performances will be contacted with further information about returning tickets, refunds or exchanges.

We will continue to monitor the situation but as it stands, all performances after 31 January will go ahead as planned.

The safety of audiences, artists and staff at Liverpool Philharmonic remains our priority. We look forward to returning to live music-making as soon as we can and will keep our website updated with the latest information.

 

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