This is a great experience and introduction to the orchestra and its repertoire. To sum up, one of my pupils blurted out; 'That was the best day of my life Miss!' as we travelled home.

Key Stage 3 Schools' Concerts

Linking with the British Values section of the National Curriculum, in this concert Alasdair Malloy and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra will explore music and society, and how the ‘British Values’ link in with some of our favourite pieces of classical music. There will also be a world premiere of a new commission by poet Mandy Ross and composer Tim Jackson – for which you will form part of the choir!

Key Stage 3 pupils will enjoy an exciting, educational, music-filled experience linked to the National Curriculum. The concert features the opportunity to sing as a massed choir accompanied by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

Thursday 7th March 2019 10:30 at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BP.

Concert lasts 1 hour 15 minutes

With your booking you will receive:

A FREE scheme of work specifically written for Key Stage 3 based on the concert theme.

FREE access to repertoire specially recorded by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra


A fantastic way for young people to ‘explore the arts as an audience member’ when working towards their Arts Award.

The power of orchestral music, through carefully chosen works designed to inspire and engage your KS3 students!

Performing with Liverpool’s award winning, world-class symphony orchestra LIVE as part of a massed choir.

How to Book

Please download the relevant booking form and return to:

Learning Department
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Hope Street
L1 9BP

Tickets cost £4.25 per pupil. You will receive one free adult ticket for every 10 child tickets booked (or part thereof). There is also a one-off administration fee of £5 for each booking.

Early Bird Ticket Offer
Book before 1 November 2017 for £3.75 child tickets!

Key stage 3 forms

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