Royal Liverpool Philharmonic – Christmas Concerts 2012
This evening is produced by the company (Ginger Boy Productions) that brought you The Three Phantoms and A Night of Queen. Expect all your old-time favourites in this deluxe performance: Sleigh Ride, Stars, Winter Wonderland, It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, Jingle Bells, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, White Christmas and many more seasonal classics. This merry-making mayhem is perfect for all the family and will be hosted in his own ‘unique’ way by West End Star and current ‘Phantom of the Opera’ of the UK tour Earl Carpenter, with guest singer Katy Treharne (Only Boys Aloud and Christine in London’s The Phantom of the Opera), singing not only your favourite Christmas hits, but a few songs from some of the world’s greatest musicals.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra: The Best Christmas Sing-along Ever!
Join Carl Davis and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra in the Best Christmas Sing-along Ever! For some, it may be the serenity of Bach and Tchaikovsky, whereas for others it’s the all-time family favourites such as White Christmas, Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer and Santa Claus is Coming to Town that gets you into the Christmas spirit. But don’t worry, Carl knows exactly how to put the spirit of Christmas into his audience and you’ll have plenty of chance to join in too!
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra: The Snowman
Join the RLPO for their annual holiday extravaganza for the whole family. Last year the RLPO went Polar and this year’s film features “The Snowman”by Raymond Briggs, accompanied by the full orchestra. As usual you’ll be invited to sing-along to your Christmas favourites and Santa will make a special appearance.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra: Handel’s Messiah
Start the New Year with one of music’s most uplifting experiences. The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra performs its traditional New Year performance of Handel’s Messiah. What’s more, this rare performance of Handel’s Messiah is performed the way it was done at the great Birmingham Festival of 1784 . (one performance only)
How to get to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Philharmonic Hall is situated on Hope Street, approximately a 10 minute walk from Liverpool city centre. The main entrance is situated on Hope Street at the junction where Hardman Street meets Hope Street opposite the Philharmonic Public House. It is close to Central Station, Lime Street Station, Myrtle Street bus stops and several car parks.
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