Liverpool Philharmonic Hall - an iconic entertainment venue
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is the home of the local Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, while the renowned Royal Liverpool Orchestra is the UK’s longest-running symphony orchestra. The Hall plays host to more than 250 events every year from across the world of classical music and beyond. Check StubHub regularly for updates on Liverpool Philharmonic Hall events and to buy or sell Liverpool Philharmonic Hall tickets.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall - home to the finer things
Among the many prestigious performers who have entertained viewers here for over a century, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra certainly stands out. Performing classical favourites like Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, this is a quintessential orchestral experience for even the uninitiated. The Transatlantic Sessions have thoroughly entertained all their audience members, from young to old, with some of the best folk music around and a multi-generational mix of performers from Ireland, Scotland and the USA to really bring the music to life. Audiences have also enjoyed performances by artists such as Joe Brown, who has upheld his star-quality performance for six decades with an eclectic collection of wonderful entertainment from television and stage stretching back to late 1950s. Liverpool Philharmonic Hall tickets are available on StubHub, so buy yours here to experience this beautiful venue for yourself. If you find yourself unable to attend, you can also sell your tickets right here in just a few easy clicks.
Entertainment for a century
Founded in 1840, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society was at first without a permanent concert hall to call home. The Liverpool architect John Cunningham was appointed to design its first concert hall in 1844, to seat an audience of 2,100 and house an orchestra of 250 musicians. A correspondent for "The Times" said at the grand opening of the venue in August 1849 that it was "one of the finest and best adapted to music that I ever entered". The original building sadly has not survived, being ravaged by a devastating fire in 1933, and despite valiant efforts from the firemen fighting the blaze, the new organ which had been installed only three years before was damaged beyond repair or rescue along with the building. In June 1937 the construction of the new Philharmonic Hall began and by June 1939 it had officially reopened with an inaugural performance conducted by the famous Sir Thomas Beecham. The Philharmonic Hall has undergone numerous renovations since then and will undoubtedly be entertaining audiences for a long time still. Be a part of this legacy and check StubHub regularly for Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Tickets.
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