Folk-rock from the fiddle player, guitarist and singer-songwriter.
Wed 24 Jan
The young jazz composer, with Sam Ingvorsen on double bass and Gwilym Jones on drums, is joined by New York musician John O'Gallagher to perform works exploring themes such as science fiction, hope, anxiety and dystopia.
Fri 19 Jan
Vasily Petrenko conducts Weber's Overture, Euryanthe, Brahms's Violin Concerto, Stephen Pratt's Symphonies Of Time And Tide and Elgar's masterpiece, with violinist Julian Rachlin.
Thu 18 Jan
Vasily Petrenko conducts Messiaen's symphony with pianist Steven Osborne and ondes martenot player Nathalie Forget.
Thu 25 Jan
Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall is the second such on the site, having been built in the 30s to replace the original 1849 building, which had burned down. The current hall is in the suave late version of Art Deco known as Streamline Moderne, and has been hailed since its opening as one of the finest concert halls in the country, although it was designed from the beginning to be usable as a theatre and cinema. It has hosted musicians from the Berlin Philharmonic to the Sugababes, as well as theatre, comedy and film premieres. A refurbishment, by architects Caruso St John, was completed in 2017 and led to a RIBA award. It is the home of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.
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