Domingo Hindoyan Extends Contract With Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

By David Salazar
(Image Source: Domingo Hindoyan Official Website)

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra has announced that it has extended the contract of Chief Conductor Domingo Hindoyan through July 2028.

Hindoyan was appointed to the position back in 2020 and his tenure commenced in 2021; he took over for Vasily Petrenko, who led the company for 15 years.

Per an official press statement, Hindoyan’s tenure will see an expansion of vocal and choral activities across Liverpool and opera performances at Philharmonic Hall. He will also further develop the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Company and its In Harmony program and is set to conduct a performance of Moncayo’s “Huapango” with the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra this coming season.

“I am so looking forward to continuing my journey with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra,” Hindoyan said in an official press statement issued by the company. “The deep musicality and dedication of the musicians inspire me every day, and together, we have achieved remarkable milestones. In the next five years, I hope to continue building on our unique sound, encourage new, eclectic and diverse repertoire, and to enjoy the warmth, enthusiasm and open-mindedness of the Liverpool audience – something that always brings me immense joy.”