Welcome to this season of our classical concert programme at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall – and its Chief Conductor – Domingo Hindoyan from Venezuela.
Proposed concerts for Liverpool Philharmonic Group 2023/24
This group aims to support the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. We try to attend a concert each month. We are grateful for the help of some lovely members who voted for the new programme – so we hope you will join us.
Seats are reserved in the rear circle. However – seats in the stalls can be reserved and the cost adjusted accordingly. All seat prices include coach transfers.
For further information re our concerts – please access the link to the RLPO
Thursday 7 December: Cinderella and Swan Lake. Richard Strauss – Till Eulenspiegel: Prokofiev – Suite from Cinderella: Tchaikovsky – Swan Lake (excerpts). Karen Kamensek – Conductor. Cost £35.
It’s Christmas jumper day for ‘Save the Children’ on 7th December – so members attending the concert on that date are asked if they would like to wear their Christmas jumper. A collection will be made for the charity.
‘We have a cancellation for this performance – One ticket in the stalls’. Cost £45.
Thursday 18 January: Beethoven’s Symphony No.5. Beethoven – Overture, Egmont: Richard Strauss – Don Quixote: Beethoven – Symphony No.5. Jonathan Aasgaard – Cello. Nicholas Bootiman – Viola. Domingo Hindoyan – Conductor. Cost £35.
Tickets for this performance have to be confirmed by 18th December, so please make your payment if you have already made a provisional booking.
Thursday 22 February: Grieg’s Piano Concerto. Martinu – La Bagarre: Grieg – Piano Concerto: Stravinsky – The Firebird (Complete). Simon Trpceski – piano. Vasily Petrenko – Conductor. Critics call them the ‘dream team’. Cost £35.
Tickets for ‘The Dream Team’ ie. Vasily Petrenko and Simon Trpceski – are filling fast. Please make your booking asap to ensure a seat.
Thursday 21 March: Free but Happy. Brahms – Symphony No.3: Prokofiev – Violin Concerto No.2: Enescu – Romanian Rhapsody No.1. Arabella Steinbacher – Violin. Lawrence Foster – Conductor Cost £35.
Saturday 4 May: Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No.3. Walton – Overture, Scapino: Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto No3: Tchaikovsky – Symphony No.5 . Nobuyuki Tsujii – (the blind pianist). Domingo Hindoyan – Conductor. Cost £35.
The orchestra then goes to Japan, so this will be our final concert for this season.
All concerts start at 7.30pm. The cost includes the coach which will leave Aughton Village Hall at 6.15pm
Bookings can be made at Horizons Meetings in the Scout & Guide HQ – Thursday mornings at the Philharmonic Table in the Aughton Room ie in the smaller hall.
Anyone unable to make Horizons on that date – please contact me any time, Ann – group leader – see above – to make a booking. Each concert booked should be paid for with a separate cheque or with the card machine. Please note: The Philharmonic now requires booking confirmation 4 weeks in advance and there can be a demand for tickets – so book early to avoid disappointment. Cancellations will only be accepted up to then and the cheque returned. After that, if you cannot pass your ticket to a friend, we will try to resell it at Horizons. If we are unable to do so, there will be no refunds.
Ann Robinson – Philharmonic Visits Group Leader.
Last Updated on November 29, 2023