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Wigmore Hall stands as a major supporter of contemporary chamber music and song, as commissioner of new works and champion of living composers. The Hall is determined to bring fresh creative energy to the repertoire, not least through its extensive commissioning programme and promotion of world, UK and London premières.
'Our commissioning scheme is already the most extensive in Europe for chamber music. We plan to present up to 20 commissions per season from 2013 and make Wigmore Hall one of the world's foremost centres for contemporary chamber music.'Wigmore Hall Director, John Gilhooly
We are very grateful to all those who have generously supported the Contemporary Music Series, including Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne, The Marchus Trust, and André Hoffmann, president of the Fondation Hoffmann, a Swiss grant-making foundation.
Clarke, Brahms, Henning Kraggerud and Dvořák
Songs for New Life and Love
Debussy, Poulenc, Mozart, Kurtág and Enescu
Shostakovich, Pletnev, Kissin and Rachmaninov
All the World's a Stage
Salvatore Sciarrino, Mark Andre and Philippe Hurel
Haydn, Jörg Widmann and Bruckner
Sir Harrison Birtwistle, Carter, Heinz Holliger, Cage and Blaise Ubaldini
After Beethoven: Turning inward
William Rapped, Henry Sampled
Schubert, Huw Watkins and Brahms
Amy Williams, Marcos Balter, Julian Anderson and Brian Ferneyhough
In Focus: Mark-Anthony Turnage
Brahms, Berg, Schumann and Jörg Widmann
Vaughan Williams, Britten, Michael Anderson and more
Handel, Purcell, Schubert and more
Sally Beamish and Mendelssohn
Musorgsky, Ryan Wigglesworth, Stravinsky and Messiaen
Debussy, François-Bernard Mâche, Szymanowski, Takemitsu and more
Michael Berkeley 70th Birthday Concert