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This week, the iconic Liverpool Philharmonic will host their annual LIMF Academy Orchestrated event.
A celebration of the wildly talented young musicians from both the Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and LIMF Academy.
This annual event will be held on 3rd February, showcasing a range of cross-genre original talent.
Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Company will provide the instrumentals as the Liverpool International Music Festival Academy bring their gifted singer-songwriters.
Both original songs and covers will be played in what is set to be an outstanding event.
LIMF Academy will be bringing an amazing lineup of artists including:
DAYZY – Approaching the rap game with open eyes and charming wit, DAYZY is here to “build a bridge to the Liverpool rap scene.”
Hannah Morgan – Blending pop, R&B and an adventurous style, Hannah Morgan’s music explores “suburban imperfection.”
Superlate – Exuding positivity and good vibrations, Superlate hits listeners with beachside melodies and spirited, electronic dancefloor fillers that personify summer.
KOJ – With a unique fusion between the rawness of grime culture and the creativity and eclecticism of UK Rap, KOJ delivers authentic and personable lyrics full of character that resonates with many in an organic way that only a few can do.
LIMF Academy is known for its award-winning initiative that nurtures and develops emerging Liverpool based musicians aged 16-25.
Those selected to join the Academy are offered a bundle of talent development programmes, tailor-made masterclasses, music coaching, networking events and cash investment. Alongside this, the Academy also offer paid membership to PRS For Music and the Musician’s Union.
Creative Consultant and the Academy Programme Director, Yaw Owusu said: “Having our Academy artists collaborate with the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Session Orchestra is always a fruitful experience for all involved and results in a wonderful show. The 2024 edition will be no different.”
“I am very pleased that in our 10th year we can do such a showcase, which exemplifies the high quality and musical diversity the Academy champions.”
The event will start at 7.30pm, with tickets costing just £10.90 unless under 25, in which case tickets will be £5.45. Tickets can be purchased on the Liverpool Philharmonic website.