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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra presents first season with new Chief Conductor Domingo Hindoyan

Liverpool Philharmonic

Domingo Hindoyan rehearsal 20 June 2021. Photography by Brian Roberts

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s first season with new Chief Conductor Domingo Hindoyan includes a wide range of repertoire from orchestral blockbusters to music from his native Latin America. Further highlights include:

  • Roderick Williams (baritone) continues as Artist in Residence with Isata Kanneh-Mason (piano) as Young Artist in Residence
  • Eight new works by female composers including works by Grace-Evangeline Mason, Tansy Davies, Victoria Borisova-Ollas and Katherine Balch
  • Twenty works by female composers in total
  • Nine female conductors include Marta Gardolińska, Elena Schwarz, Rebecca Tong, Sarah Hicks, Diana Tischenko, Ellie Slorach, Jeannette Sorrell, Nil Venditti and Gemma New
  • Other guest artists and conductors include Joshua Weilerstein, Maxim Emelyanychev, Vasily Petrenko, Andrew Manze, Truls Mørk, Catrin Finch, Pavel Kolesnikov, Nicolas Alstaedt and Jess Dandy 
  • 15 premieres including world premieres by Roberto Sierra, Anders Hillborg and Grace Evangeline Mason and UK premieres by Edmund Finnis and Victoria Borisova-Ollas.
  • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir returns to the stage
  • A variety of chamber music, family, relaxed and dementia-friendly performances
  • Michael Eakin, Chief Executive, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra says: The past 18 months have been a reminder that music, more than ever, has the power to connect us all and so I am delighted to be able to share our plans for the new season. It’s an extremely exciting time for the Orchestra as we welcome our new Chief Conductor Domingo Hindoyan for his first season with us. It’s a programme with an amazing diversity of music and artists. It also reflects our strong commitment to present new work, with a 50/50 gender balance of composers across all new works for the Orchestra and ensembles. We can’t wait to welcome you.”

    For full listings, visit Liverpool Philharmonic's website
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