Following government advice relating to the coronavirus crisis, Liverpool Philharmonic has cancelled all performances through until 31 October, in all venues (Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and Music Room).
Many of these performances have been rescheduled – click here to see a list of all rescheduled and cancelled performances. We are currently contacting affected customers by email or phone to advise on how to obtain refunds, credit vouchers, or to donate the value of their tickets. 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.
Please note that all advertised Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra concerts, chamber music concerts and building tours in September and October will not be going ahead.
We are, however, within government guidance, planning an exciting new schedule of concerts beginning in October. We'll be giving you more details of these at the end of August via email and letter.
Our tentative plan is to announce concerts on a month-by-month basis until we are able to resume our previously announced concert schedule.
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.
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.