All New RLPO recordings out now!!!

Here’s the breaking news for three Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra crackers for your Xmas stockings…

‘Superb’ The Guardian         ‘Shattering’ Time Out         ‘Gripping’ Sunday Times

Recordings in Vasily Petrenko’s Shostakovich cycle have received great acclaim by critics and listeners alike, and the latest recording, of the composer’s powerful Symphony No. 4, is now available to buy. It is one of three new Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra recordings on sale at, including musical favourites from renowned soprano Diana Damrau, and Paul Daniel conducting a celebration of Vaughan Williams. With Christmas approaching these superb recordings make great gifts for any music-lover!

Liverpool Philharmonic Gift Cards

The avid music fan can be hard to buy for, so why not give them a Liverpool Philharmonic Gift Card? Choose your price, pick from one of three deluxe designs and share the magic of Liverpool Philharmonic with friends and family – gift cards are valid for all performances at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and St George’s Hall Concert Room and can be purchased online or at the Box Office on 0151 709 3789.

Shostakovich's Symphony No. 4

Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 4

When Vasily Petrenko conducted Shostakovich’s powerfulSymphony No. 4 in February, critics reached for the superlatives, lauding ‘Petrenko’s steel-edged, hair-raising drive’(Richard Morrison, The Times) and ‘A blistering performance… Petrenko always in charge of the huge forces to great effect’ (Glyn Môn Hughes, Classical Source).

Now Vasily and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s recording of this most monumental and explorative of symphonies is available to buy, the latest addition to their acclaimed Shostakovich cycle.

‘I would urge you to get this newest take on one of the greatest symphonies of the 20th century… I’ve played it a dozen times in the past fortnight’ 
Michael Tumelty, Herald Scotland

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Diana Damrau

Diana Damrau
Unforgettable Songs from Vienna, Broadway and Hollywood

Soprano Diana Damrau is acclaimed around the world for her ‘lustrous agile coloratura soprano voice’ (New York Times) and performances in the operas of Mozart, Verdi and Rossini.

In her new album she showcases her stunning voice in a selection of much-loved numbers from operetta, musicals and film, including music from Die FledermausMy Fair LadyWest Side StoryThe Wizard of Oz and more, with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestraconducted by David Charles Abellin an album which Norman Lebrecht declared ‘Irresistible’.

‘This album might look like ‘light music’ but I think that’s a meaningless expression. Of course the melodies are catchy and touch our feelings very directly – but for me, that’s great art.’ 
Diana Damrau

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The Solent

The Solent
Fifty years of music by Ralph Vaughan Williams

Three Impressions for Orchestra
Songs of Travel (Book I) for baritone and orchestra
Four Hymns for tenor, viola and strings
Incidental Music to the Mayor of Casterbridge
Prelude On an Old Carol Tune 

Conductor Paul Daniel celebrates one of England’s greatest composers with a selection of Vaughan Williams’ music, from well-loved classics such as the quintessential Songs of Travel to the World Premiere Recording of the Three Impressions for Orchestra. Daniel and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestraare joined by tenor Andrew Kennedy and baritone Roland Wood.

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