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Wallis Bird

This event has been cancelled.
Existing bookers have been informed by email.
For more information, please contact the Box Office on 0151 709 3789, or email ticketing@liverpoolphil.com.

Wallis Bird has been enrapturing audiences for over a decade, playing over 1000 shows in that time worldwide. She has won multiple international awards including two Irish Meteor Awards, and has also received a nomination for the Irish Choice Music Prize. Her irrepressible energy on stage is one of her trademarks; even the Irish Times once noted it could ‘kickstart an entire economy’.

In 2022, Wallis released her seventh studio album Hands - her most personal and experimental to date. The album finds Bird turning the spotlight onto herself, raising issues that are sometimes hard to confront. Among these are issues of trust, alcohol abuse, stagnation, self-censorship and self-improvement, some addressed through personal recollections of crucial moments accumulated over the last two years.

Since the release of Hands, Wallis has toured throughout Europe, the USA and the UK earning rave reviews and even receiving a nomination for Ireland’s legendary music magazine Hot Press’ musician of the year. 2023 has seen Wallis jump from her one woman shows of her 2019 album Woman to special big band concerts.

Wallis was invited to perform alongside several Irish Orchestras and big bands for special shows around Ireland’s treasured national theatres. Meanwhile, she has joined forces with German classical quintet Spark to create their concert series Visions of Venus, showcasing 1000 years of female music, from Schumann to Björk.

Tickets for this event include a £1 venue restoration levy, included in the ticket price. This fee supports building investment at the Grade II-listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.


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