Gifts in Memory

The legacy we leave behind is a poignant testament to who we are and what we treasure. We know that our audience members cherish their relationship with Wigmore Hall and are passionate about the music performed here.

A gift in memory is a special and meaningful way to remember and honour a loved one. These gifts, no matter the size, can make a significant difference to Wigmore Hall's future. Your thoughtful generosity will support Wigmore Hall's artistic and learning programmes, to the benefit of audiences and artists of today, as well as tomorrow.

Memorial Book

In Memoriam: honouring a loved one

A donation to Wigmore Hall is a wonderful way to remember and honour a member of your family or a friend who loved music. Your donation in memory of a loved one will help preserve and develop the Hall and its music for future generations to enjoy.

The In Memoriam Donor Book, kept permanently in Wigmore Hall's Archive, contains the names of persons remembered by gifts of all amounts. There is also the opportunity of taking either half a page or a full page to commemorate a person's life with a more detailed tribute.

Naming a plaque beneath a seat in the Auditorium is another thoughtful and enduring way to remember a loved one. You may name a seat in the Hall with a contribution of £2,500 or more.

All gifts are personally acknowledged (keeping the amount of the contribution confidential if appropriate). We will also acknowledge all donors of £1,000 plus on our annual donor board and contributions over £10, 000 on our permanent board in the foyer.

Memorial Funds

Over the years, many people have told us that they would like to make a donation to Wigmore Hall in lieu of funeral flowers. These donations are wonderful collective tributes to the person who has died and a helpful contribution towards Wigmore Hall's activities, whether directed to the concert programme or our community and education work. These gifts can also go collectively towards one of the memorial tributes listed above.

For further information please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Direct of Development or call 020 7258 8230.