As well as running the prestigious and critically-acclaimed Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic also provide an extensive programme of participative work with young people and others across Liverpool, including their In Harmony programme.
Launched in February 2009, In Harmony Liverpool uses orchestral music making to improve the life chances of children by increasing confidence, wellbeing, skills and resilience, enhanced by opportunities to travel, learn, perform and collaborate with professional musicians, international artists and other young people. In Harmony Liverpool’s vision is a healthier, higher achieving future for North Liverpool.
Their support enables children to make music, learn an instrument, sing, compose, listen, rehearse and perform together each week in and out of school, led by professional musicians. Today, more than 1,500 young people aged 0-18 years across Liverpool learn a musical instrument free of charge, and play as part of an orchestra each week.
Read more about In Harmony here.