Browse Philharmonia concerts and events in London, across the UK and internationally.
Streamed from Southbank Centre
Online concerts from our London home
Salonen: the finale
Esa-Pekka Salonen claims his place in Philharmonia history in his final concerts as Principal Conductor.
Three Choirs Festival 2021
Discover a world of choral and orchestral masterpieces in the beautiful setting of Worcester Cathedral.
21/22 Canterbury Season
Life-affirming concerts, musical thrills: we return to our Canterbury residency with four glorious performances
Garsington Opera 2021
Love, power and intrigue shape our season of three operatic masterpieces
How to book tickets or watch online
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Founded in 1945, the Philharmonia is a world-class symphony orchestra for the 21st century.
Meet our players, 80 musicians who come from all over the world.
Meet the conductors and composers who shape our programme and performances.
Read about our current work in the Philharmonia's official 2020/2021 season biography.
This article, written to mark our 70th anniversary in 2015, reflects on the Philharmonia's history.
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Based in London at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, the Philharmonia creates thrilling performances for a global audience.
Live on stage
Concerts, in many different forms, are at the heart of what we do.
Digital & Immersive
We use technology to connect with new audiences beyond the concert hall.
Learning & Engagement
We inspire, excite, empower and engage a broad range of participants.
In the studio
Founded as a recording orchestra, today we record music for games and movies.
We nurture and showcase the next generation of artistic talent.
As a registered charity, the Philharmonia relies on funding from a wide range of sources.
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Philharmonia in Bedford Trust
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Thank you to our supporters
We are grateful to our Philharmonia family of supporters whose contributions help us make extraordinary music accessible to everyone.
Carl Davis – conductor
Ross Jamie Collins – conductor
Randall Goosby – violin