For nearly 110 years Wigmore Hall has set the highest of standards for excellence in performance, with many of the world's greatest artists appearing to capacity houses and the most discerning of audiences. The Hall has also become the most noted venue in London for challenge and innovation. This recording of the study afternoon which took place on 21st May explores the archive collections of both the Hall and the Royal College of Music, offering exciting insights into its rich history as a concert hall and of concert-going in London.
Led by Professor Paul Banks, from the Royal College of Music's Centre for Performance History, and Paula Best, Head of Publications & Archive at Wigmore Hall.
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