Wigmore Hall Learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Wigmore Hall is closed for the remainder of the 2019/20 Season. Sadly, this means that no Wigmore Hall Learning activity can take place in person until our 2020/21 Season begins on Thursday 10 September. For more information about Wigmore Hall's temporary closure, see this page.

In the meantime, as well as engaging remotely with participants across our programme, we have launched a new Music at Home resource hub, which provides a range of free creative music making activities, resources and concert live streams for families, teachers and learners.

Forthcoming Learning Events

Complete list of forthcoming Learning events

Music at Home

Free live streamed concerts, resources and activities for families, teachers and learners at home


Concerts, training opportunities, online resources and information about our projects with nurseries and schools

Young People

Free ticket scheme for Under 25s, partnerships with youth organisations, and projects for Young People


Creative projects in partnership with residential homes, community groups and hospitals, including our flagship Music for Life programme


A programme of schemes and events which support and offer a platform to emerging musicians and leaders


Concerts, early years music sessions, and creative workshop days for families with babies, toddlers and children of all ages

Music for Life

Our pioneering project working with people living with dementia.

Behind the Music Study Programme

Let us take you behind the music with pre-concert talks, artists in conversation, masterclasses, study groups, lecture-recitals, and workshops

For nearly 25 years Wigmore Hall's renowned Learning programme has been giving people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities opportunities to take part in creative music making, engaging a broad and diverse audience through innovative creative projects, concerts, workshops and online resources.

We are passionate about the impact music can have on our lives and on our society, and three core values lie at the heart of our programme: creativity, collaboration and equality. These values reflect the spirit of chamber music, and we embody them through quality, co-created music making, through which every voice is heard and equally valued.

We collaborate with a range of community, education, arts, health and social care organisations, working in partnership to engage people who might not otherwise have the opportunity to take part.

Discover more

See our values and principles pdf here (473 KB) .

Watch this short video celebrating the diverse work of Wigmore Hall's Learning programme.