News

April 17, 2015
Arts in Harmony: An Art Gallery's Musical Heritage
read more
April 16, 2015
Royal College of Music, London announces £25 million transformational building development
read more
April 15, 2015
São Paulo Symphony Orchestra announces renewal of Marin Alsop's contract
read more
April 10, 2015
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain launches its first 'Inspire Orchestra'
read more
April 8, 2015
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain opens applications for 2016
read more
March 30, 2015
Van Kuijk Quartet wins top prize at Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition
read more
May 1, 2012

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s 12/13 Season Announced

 

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Chief Conductor Vasily Petrenko commences his seventh season conducting a range of concerts demonstrating his renowned versatility
  • Petrenko explores the music of Stravinsky and the Ballets Russes
  • Soloists roll-call includes Simon Trpčeski,Tasmin Little, Tine Thing Helseth, Daniel Muller-Schott
  • Liverpool debuts include Leif Ove Andsnes, Alice Sara Ott, H J Lim, Mario Brunello and Behzod Abduraimov, Nelson Freire.
  • Concerts to celebrate Britten Centenary and Wagner 200th Anniversary
  • The Orchestra’s Cormac Henry gives world premiere performance of Schwertsik’s Flute Concerto.
  • New this Season – Coffee Concerts
  • Prestigious chamber and new music series

 
The award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2012/2013 season,  the seventh under the baton of Chief Conductor Vasily Petrenko and announced today to over 1000 guests at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall,  features compelling orchestral and choral music from across the classical repertoire, alongside some of the most exiting contemporary music performed by the Orchestra and its new music group, Ensemble 10/10, and Liverpool Philharmonic’s distinguished chamber music series. The Orchestra will welcome international artists to Liverpool, including a number of highly-anticipated Liverpool debuts.  With a wide range of learning programmes complementing the concerts, the line-up continues to build on the successes of recent seasons.

“The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic are on a high and demand attention”

Fiona Maddocks, The Observer 2012

At the season launch event, Chief Executive Michael Eakin also announced that Liverpool Philharmonic has been successful in securing £634,000 from Arts Council England (ACE) in 2012, the first step towards a major refurbishment of Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.