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Sheku Kanneh-Mason and John Wilson feature in new online concert series
The Philharmonia Sessions will run during summer 2020.
Watch with us: Salonen conducts Holst's The Planets
Join us for the YouTube premiere of our film of The Planets, with an extra final movement composed specially for our installation by Joby Talbot, on Friday 19 June at 7pm UK time.
Lockdown Listening with Victoria Irish
President of the Orchestra and 1st Violin Victoria Irish talks about home, recording sessions, and French dinner parties in this Lockdown Listening.
Film: The Orchestral String Section: An Introduction
Lockdown Listening with Mervyn King
Our incoming Chair shares his musical highlights, including something a little different.
Watch with us: Salonen conducts Mahler Symphony No. 3
We would like to invite you to join us for a journey into Mahler’s world, as we stream this performance again on YouTube.
Music of Today: thank you to Artistic Director Unsuk Chin
We pay tribute to Unsuk Chin for her tenure as Artistic Director of Music of Today, and she shares a personal message for the Orchestra.
Philharmonia appoints Ben Larpent as Director of Artistic Planning
The Philharmonia Orchestra is delighted to announce that Ben Larpent will join its senior management team in the new role of Director of Artistic Planning.
Online experiences in music: at home with Philharmonia players
Our members have put shutdown time to creative use, creating videos to keep our community entertained online.
Film: Conductor Xian Zhang on Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde
Q&A with Steven Isserlis
While we are unable to perform for you in person, cellist Steven Isserlis spoke to us about Kabalevsky’s Cello Concerto No. 2 and his relationship with the Philharmonia.
Philharmonia announces governance restructure
Plan developed over the last two years following a substantive governance review and consultation.
Q&A with Paavo Järvi
While we are unable to perform for you in person, here is some insight from Paavo Järvi about Mahler’s Symphony No. 5, and the demands of performing it.
Lockdown listening with Michael Fuller
Our Interim Managing Director runs through some of the musical works he couldn’t live without.