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A discussion on the life of Weinberg and the Weinberg/Shostakovich Cycle at Wigmore Hall
Following each concert in his Beethoven Piano Sonata series, Jonathan Biss hosts a post-concert talk
Ahead of his 2019/20 Residency, Wigmore Hall’s 2019/20 Composer in Residence talks to Simon Rentner at his New York home
Ahead of his Schubert series in 2019/20, pianist Francesco Piemontesi talks to music critic Michael White at Wigmore Hall.
Rachel Podger introduces her ensemble ‘Brecon Baroque’ and discusses her passion for Baroque music
Chief Executive of the RPS, James Murphy talks to Jane Glover about her latest book ‘Handel in London’
Katy Hamilton and Emily Woolf explore the history of women composers at Wigmore Hall.
The Russian pianist has been an Artist in Residence at Wigmore Hall for the 2018/19 Season.
Ahead of his concert with Julius Drake on 15 June, the Canadian baritone Gerald Finley talks about programming, Schubert and Wigmore Hall
Journalist Tom Service breaks down the music, particularly Carter’s 2nd and 3rd quartets
French baritone Stéphane Degout discusses French song, oratorio, opera and gastronomy with Richard Stokes.
In this four-part podcast, Roy Stratford to explores the string quartet.
Ahead of her 70th Birthday Concert at Wigmore Hall, Dame Emma discusses chamber music and her career.
Dame Sarah Connolly discusses her current Artistic Residency at Wigmore Hall.
Meunier shares his experience as artistic director and founder of Vox Luminis ahead of his residency at Wigmore Hall.
Jonathan Plowright discusses his series with Yehuda Shapiro.
John Gilhooly, Director of Wigmore Hall, speaks with Robin about his current Residency and his career so far
Ahead of his concert at Wigmore Hall on 9 June, Django Bates spoke to Mike Flynn.
Our Composer in Residence Helen Grime and writer Fiona Benson are joined by flautist Daniel Parkin to discuss the topic of parenthood
Learn more about the life of an internationally acclaimed violinist in this interview with James Ehnes
Discovering Haydn’s String Quartets with David Owen Norris (Part 1)
Ahead of their performance of Die schöne Müllerin, Roderick Williams and Iain Burnside discuss their journey so far.
H.E. Dr Martin Eichtinger, Austrian Ambassador to the UK, explores the history and revolutionary vision of Empress Maria Theresia.
John Gilhooly in conversation with the Castalian String Quartet
Interview with Mark-Anthony Turnage ahead of the première of Contusion at Wigmore Hall by Belcea Quartet on 6 December 2014
World-renowned pianist, pedagogue and lecturer, András Schiff presents Lecture-Recital exploring Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas
András Schiff explores Haydn’s solo piano works in an exclusive series of lecture-recitals at London's Wigmore Hall.
Music for Life project launch - developing interactive music workshops for people living with dementia.
Sandy Burnett looks at the Chamber Tots programme for 2-5 year olds and their carers, marking the project's 10th birthday.
Edward Seckerson catches up with Mark Padmore at Wigmore Hall, summarising Mark’s career and the people who have influenced him.
Their musical partnership, recording live in Wigmore Hall, and the context of these sonatas in the rest of Beethoven’s output.
Sandy Burnett talks to Dame Felicity Lott about two forthcoming recitals at Wigmore Hall - in April 2010 with the London Conchord Ensemble.