Our organisation encompasses the UK’s oldest continuing professional symphony orchestra,  Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, and an award-winning Learning Programme. Our ticketing system Spektrix uses cookies that are essential to making our website function properly. We also use cookies to optimise your experience on our website. For further information please refer to our privacy policy.

Accept & Continue
Close
Join Our Mailing List

Be the first to know about concerts at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and receive exclusive email offers on music you love!

  • Sign Up Successful!
    There's some signup error, please try again!
    You've already signed Up!
Archived A Walk in the Country
Dementia-Friendly Concert

A Walk in the Country

Programme to include:
Dvořák 'American' Quartet
Butterworth The Banks of Green Willow

Ensemble of St Luke’s
Gethyn Jones
presenter

Given by members of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, this concert has been created especially for people living with dementia, along with their friends, family and carers.

The concert takes place in the Music Room, which is fully accessible, with facilities located within the space. Music Room has a separate entrance on Sugnall Street, with easy access from nearby parking options.

The performance space and bar area will be made as comfortable as possible for the audience. For example, lights will be kept on during the performance and there will be a separate quiet space where audience members can go during the concert.

Doors open 45 minutes before each performance and the concert will last for approximately one hour. Seating is unreserved, and all tickets include a complimentary cup of tea or coffee on arrival.


8% administrative fee applies for online & telephone orders.
A £1 postage fee is applicable on all orders if opting for postal delivery.
More information about booking fees