The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1840 by a group of music lovers and we have gone from strength to strength over the years thanks to the generosity of supporters who have invested in our vision, to transform lives through music.
A legacy is the greatest gift that anyone can make. A gift in your will to support Liverpool Philharmonic will make a lasting contribution so that generations to come can share in your love of music.
If you would like to discuss leaving a legacy please call 0151 709 3789 or email email@example.com
Our vision for the future
Liverpool Philharmonic will be rooted in our community and a national and international ambassador for the City of Liverpool. We will be a thriving, forward looking, diverse music organisation, with musicians and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra at its heart, enhancing and transforming lives through a distinctive programme of excellence in performance and learning.
Uniquely, we bring together a world beating symphony Orchestra, Choir, one of the finest concert halls in the UK, a Youth Company, and a long-standing music learning programme. Every year we reach hundreds of thousands of people locally, nationally and internationally; and we are redefining the role and the impact a contemporary and forward looking orchestra and professional music organisation can have on its city.
If you are interested in making a charitable gift in your will, here is the essential information:
Charity name: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society
Address: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP
Registered Charity Number: 230538
To find more information about our organisation, please see our latest Annual Review and Audited Accounts here.
We understand that writing a will can be a very personal and private matter. We treat every enquiry and pledge with the strictest of confidence.
We honour supporters who have pledged a legacy at an annual Legacy Concert; a celebration of music and life, at which we pay particular tribute to those who have left a legacy in the previous year.
If you have any questions or would like to arrange a meeting please email Gemma Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 210 2921.
Friday 11 February 2022 8pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
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