Live Stream

Our next Live Streams will be:

2020/21 Wigmore Season Launch

Tuesday 28 January 2020 7:30PM

John Gilhooly in conversation and performances from special guests to launch the 2020/21 Season.


James Ehnes violin; Andrew Armstrong piano

Beethoven

Thursday 13 February 2020 7:30PM

In this sequence, the works are consecutive in this particular genre within Beethoven’s output: the much loved ‘Spring’ sonata dates from 1801, while the two sonatas from the set of three Op. 30 were composed either in that year or the following one.


Cédric Tiberghien piano

Beethoven, Feldman, Cage and Crumb

Sunday 23 February 2020 7:30PM

Here the Beethoven items – written between 1782 and 1803 – are interspersed with works by 20th-century American experimentalists.


Stéphane Degout baritone; Simon Lepper piano

Fauré, Tchaikovsky and Schumann

Sunday 8 March 2020 7:30PM

Widely regarded as one of the world’s leading baritones both on the operatic stage and in the concert and recital halls, Stéphane Degout sings some of his native repertory before journeying further east.


Our past Live Streams are available to view on demand:

Vijay Iyer presents Ritual Ensemble

This event was streamed live from Wigmore Hall on Friday 10 January 2020

The Ritual Ensemble draws from various musical systems to forge a unity of orchestrated and ecstatic expressions. Through emotionally resonant collective interpretations of compositions by each of its members, the group combines contrasting energies in pursuit of the sacred. Vijay Iyer is joined by GRAMMY-nominated Afro-Cuban composer-saxophonist-percussionist Yosvany Terry, groundbreaking composer-percussionist Rajna Swaminathan, and riveting composer-vocalist Ganavya.


With grateful thanks to the Foyle Foundation for their generous support of these broadcasts

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Spring 2020 Wigmore Series

Booking is now open for Wigmore Series concerts and Learning events for January - March 2020.

Summer 2019 Wigmore Series

Priority booking is now open for concerts and Learning events up to July 2020.