Live Stream

Our next Live Streams will be:

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.


Daniel Sepec violin; Tabea Zimmermann viola; Jean-Guihen Queyras cello

Beethoven

Wednesday 11 March 2020 7:00PM

In this concert bringing together three exceptional musicians whose confluence has been described as forming a ‘super trio’, Beethoven’s major works for string trio comprise the programme – all of them early pieces, dating from between 1794 and 1798.


Iestyn Davies countertenor; Thomas Dunford lute

England’s Orpheus

Sunday 22 March 2020 7:30PM

In the countertenor’s collaboration with a leading lutenist, the works of the ‘Orpheus Britannicus’ are placed in the context of his musical predecessors and descendants.


Leon McCawley piano

Schubert, Janáček, Grieg and Schumann

Monday 6 April 2020 7:30PM

The widely admired pianist has received consistent praise for his Schubert playing, both live and recorded; his programme includes character pieces by three composers, as well as one of the most lyrical of Schubert’s major piano works.


Our past Live Streams are available to view on demand:

2020/21 Wigmore Season Launch

This event was streamed live from Wigmore Hall on Tuesday 28 January 2020

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

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