Liverpool Philharmonic is the city’s largest music organisation.
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra presents over 80 concerts each year in Liverpool, attended by over 94,000 people. Over 500,000 people in 92 countries listen to Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra recordings each month on Spotify, more than any UK orchestra outside London.
We have recently entered a new and exciting era with our new Chief Conductor, Domingo Hindoyan:
"What excited me was not only the Orchestra but the vibrant city of Liverpool and its historic connection with music and sports. An orchestra is a fundamental ambassador for the arts, and together our priorities will be to preserve the great heritage of the music we perform, welcome audiences with unprecedented sounds, and build the future for new generations with fruitful educational projects."With the huge range of performances and events on offer, from pop, rock and folk to comedy and film, Liverpool Philharmonic is the perfect place to entertain clients, colleagues and friends.
Beyond the stage, Liverpool Philharmonic delivers one of the UK’s most extensive learning programmes for children and adults, including In Harmony Liverpool and our Music and Mental health programmes. We have 18,000 school children attending orchestral concerts every year.
This activity is only possible with the support of our partners.
In return, we offer the very best in hospitality, entertainment, networking and profile-raising opportunities for your business.
Opportunities are numerous, from joining our Corporate Membership scheme, to sponsoring a series of concerts, to supporting our work with local communities. Partners at all levels enjoy a series of benefits, tailored to the needs of your business. As a corporate supporter of Liverpool Philharmonic, you and your guests can enjoy the very best in live music, with exclusive opportunities to meet our musicians and even watch them rehearse.
For enquiries or more details about becoming a sponsor, please contact Charlie Taylor, Head of Development: on 0151 210 2921 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 11 February 2022 8pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
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