Registered Charity No 1100591
President Sir Simon Rattle
Founded in 1951, the LMO is an amateur orchestra working with professional conductors and soloists – some well established, many at an early stage in their career.
The orchestra is privileged to have played under many distinguished conductors, including
Zubin Mehta, John Carewe, Gordon Mackie, Guy Woolfenden, Sian Edwards, Sir Charles
Groves, Carl Davis, Charles Peebles, Garry Walker, Edward Warren and its President,
Sir Simon Rattle. It is privileged to play currently under the baton of Music Director,
Mark Heron. Local, national and international soloists have performed with the LMO,
including Stephen Hough, Gina McCormack, Mark Ashford, Clare Rowe, So-
In recent years the orchestra has also been pleased to work with superb young performers from Chetham’s School of Music and the RNCM, including Jiafeng Chen, Alexandra Dariescu, Joe Davies, Mikhail Nemtsov, Mari Poll, Callum Smart, William Stafford and Jonathan Radford.
Music for Merseyside
The LMO has been giving concerts on Merseyside since its foundation in 1951. It fills an important musical niche, while providing a platform for emerging and established professional soloists and conductors. It performs a wide range of music from the baroque, classical and contemporary repertoire, so making a significant contribution to the rich cultural life of the Northwest.
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Telephone 0151 666 0000
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After a stunning concert with guitarist Craig Ogden our pre-
With an eye to the future the LMO presents its Patron Scheme to help continue the promotion and encouragement of young performers
Support The LMO
We are thrilled that emerging young composer, Adam Kornas, has accepted the brief
to create a work, Shangaan, for the LMO. The commission is a generous gift to the
orchestra from our long-
Photography by McCoy Wynne