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University of Liverpool staff, students and alumni are invited to a free virtual concert celebrating the University’s partnership with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (RLPO).
The event takes place on Wednesday 13th January at 7.00pm.
Those attending will be transported into the city’s iconic Philharmonic Hall for a concert filmed last Autumn with the RLPO and conductor Joshua Weilerstein followed by a LIVE Q&A session with RLPO musicians.
The concert features superstar violin soloist Tasmin Little bringing fire and passion to Ravel’s Tzigane and the sweetness of a skylark’s song to Vaughan Williams’ A Lark Ascending. The concert finishes with a spirited performance of Mozart’s Symphony No. 40, one of the composer’s most popular works.
Professor Kenneth Smith, Department of Music, will give an accessible pre-concert talk.
Click here to register.
Registered guests will be sent joining instructions in advance of the event.
Attendees are encouraged to submit questions in advance to email@example.com or there will be an opportunity to submit them via Zoom on the day.
PLEASE NOTE: there is limited capacity on Zoom so places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
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