Please note, due to the unforeseen outbreak of coronavirus, it is with a heavy heart but the best intentions that St George’s Hall has made the decision to cancel this event in the interests of public health and safety. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope to resume normal service with our events as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding.
Join us in the Great Hall on St George’s Day, for a rousing, ‘Best of British’ celebration of some of the finest music composed on these shores.
Professor Ian Tracey on the Willis Organ, Mezzo Soprano Danielle Louise Thomas and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Chamber Choir will lead you on a musical journey through green and pleasant lands.
Embracing British music in all its rich diversity, from Land of Hope and Glory through to Rule Britannia, this celebration of patriotic classics will be an unforgettable evening of pomp and ceremony.
This concert celebrates some of the country’s finest music, to lift the spirits and get toes tapping, so be sure to bring your flags and your best singing voices as audience participation is inevitable!
Doors open: 6.30pm, North Hall Entrance.
Please note: There will be a cash bar available, serving soft drinks and a range of alcoholic beverages.
Tickets: £16.50 (including fees)
Wheelchair Access: If you are a wheelchair user, please call Ticket Quarter on 0344 8000 410 and specify this. Please note, there are a limited number of 10 places available for wheelchair users.