Live Stream

Our next Live Streams will be: 

Michael Collins clarinet; Michael McHale piano

Reinecke, Stanford, Brahms and more

Saturday 9 February 2019 7:30PM

Charles Villiers Stanford was a pupil of both Carl Reinecke and Johannes Brahms, like them producing major works for an instrument whose repertoire was also enhanced by several 20th-century French composers. Their music is accompanied by a European première from American composer, Abbie Betinis.

Tickets are still available for this concert


Stile Antico

Arise, My Love: Sensuous Renaissance settings of the Song of Songs

Thursday 14 February 2019 7:30PM

The erotic poetry of the biblical Song of Solomon consistently inspired the masters of the Renaissance to some of their most ardent music. Love, desire and seduction are here explored in a rich selection of motets by composers from the Low Countries to the Mediterranean, tracing an expressive arch from the heat and intensity of Gombert and Lassus to the vivacious, polychoral conclusion in the works of Vivanco and Praetorius.

Tickets are still available for this concert


Christoph Prégardien tenor; Pentaèdre; Joseph Petric accordion


Thursday 21 March 2019 7:30PM

With their prize-winning recording having already received widespread acclaim, the German tenor Christoph Prégardien and the Canadian wind ensemble bring to Wigmore Hall the arrangement of Schubert’s great cycle by the group’s artistic director, Normand Forget.

Tickets are still available for this concert


Our past Live Streams are available to view on demand:

Christian Zacharias Lecture-Recital

Why does Schubert sound like Schubert?

This event was streamed live from Wigmore Hall on Friday 18 January 2019

‘A pianist of ideas’, as The New Yorker has called him, leading Schubert interpreter Christian Zacharias delves into the great composer’s unique melodic, harmonic and thematic flourishes. Through close examination of these musical hallmarks and idiosyncrasies, he takes us on a journey to the very essence of Schubert’s style.


Summer 2019 Wigmore Series

Priority Booking for concerts and Learning events from April to May 2019 is now open.

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