Key Stage 1 Schools' Concerts: “Seeing Sounds!”
Bring your musical paint to create a masterpiece with presenter/producer Claire Henry, conductor Alasdair Malloy and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra! Watch as an artwork inspired by the music is brought to life in front of your eyes. The concert introduces composers from a wide range of periods, genres, styles and traditions, and connects to themes and content from the Model Music Curriculum.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Alasdair Malloy conductor
Claire Henry presenter
Concerts last 1 hour
* with BSL interpreter
Scheme of Work
With your booking you will receive a free scheme of work, written specifically for Key Stage 1 and exploring the concert theme and content. The scheme encompasses 8 individual lessons and accompanying resources that can be delivered in the classroom by the class teacher. It will also introduce the performers and provide relevant background information to prepare for your visit.
The scheme of work allows learners to develop knowledge and skills, linked to the national curriculum, and will enhance their experience at the concert.
“The Scheme of Work is a big hook for me in booking. It pre–processes the experience for children with conditions like ASD and BSED. The children enjoy the concert more because they can connect with difficult music and focus on orchestra and the message (environment). The scheme of work also provides excellent CPD for teachers who are not music specialists and for those with a music specialism a great pedagogy for primary practice.”
Primary Teacher, Key Stage 2 Schools Concerts, 2020
This free session will provide an introduction to the scheme of work and accompanying resources. It will allow teachers the chance to develop music teaching skills, and gain confidence in delivering the scheme of work in the classroom. Teachers will have the opportunity to ask any questions before their visit.
More details will be shared soon in relation to the INSET session date and time.
How to Book
Book now using the button above – simply select your preferred date, choose the number of tickets required, pay using a debit/credit card*, and you’re all booked!
Multi Academy Trusts
If you are a Multi Academy Trust wishing to buy tickets for a number of schools (minimum 500 tickets) you can take advantage of a group booking rate (£4.25 per child). Please contact our Box Office to book your tickets 0151 709 3789 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . You will need to have to hand:
*If you cannot pay by debit/credit card and require an invoice, please use the form below to book your tickets. Please note that payment must be made within 30 days of invoice issue to secure the booking. We reserve the right to cancel any booking if the invoice is not paid by the due date.
Covid-19 Entry Requirements for Schools Concerts
For entry to all events at Liverpool Philharmonic, ticketholders aged 18 and over are required to demonstrate on arrival proof of Covid-19 status (unless medically exempt).
Whilst schools/education groups and their accompanying staff/adults attending Schools Concerts will not be asked to demonstrate proof of Covid-19 Status on arrival, by booking tickets, schools/lead bookers are confirming that adults (aged 18 and above) representing the school/group will meet Liverpool Philharmonic's Covid-19 Status entry requirements when visiting the venue.
By booking tickets, schools/lead bookers are also agreeing to ensure that no child aged 17 or under attends Liverpool Philharmonic venues if at the time of the scheduled activity they have:
If schools are unable to comply with these terms and conditions of booking, full refunds/credit notes will be offered.
Cancellations by bookers, or reductions in numbers may incur cancellation charges up to 100% of the full ticket price. We cannot guarantee any non essential seating requests and we reserve the right to seat you anywhere in the hall.
Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Certificate
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Festive music and classic carols, conducted by Ian Tracey, with presenter John Suchet, baritone Thomas Weinhappel, members from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir, and Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir