Sunday Afternoon Song Series

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Discover new talents in the world of Song Recitals at Wigmore Hall’s Sunday Afternoon Song Series. A perfect way to relax at the end of the week, hear works by Brahms, Finzi, Duparc, Ravel, Rossini, Sibelius, Rachmaninov and many more, performed by exciting young singers in the beautiful acoustic of Wigmore Hall.

Concerts are 1 hour long and tickets are only £16, with £5 tickets available for Under 35s at selected concerts.

Kathryn Rudge   © Sussie Ahlburg

Cancelled: Kathryn Rudge mezzo-soprano; Christopher Glynn piano

Sunday 26 April 2020 3:00PM

Berlioz and Strauss

Ronan Collett   © Gerard Collett

Cancelled: Ronan Collett baritone; Nicholas Rimmer piano

Sunday 3 May 2020 3:00PM

Ravel, Eisler, Ives and Gruenberg

Roman Rabinovich   © Robin Mitchell

Cancelled: Roman Rabinovich piano; Paula Murrihy mezzo-soprano; Sara Wolstenholme violin; Christopher Murray cello

Sunday 31 May 2020 3:00PM


Duo Contraste © Jean-Baptiste Millot

Cancelled: Duo Contraste

Sunday 14 June 2020 3:00PM

Duparc, Britten, Poulenc and Liszt

John Brancy and Peter Dugan © Gerard Collett

John Brancy baritone; Peter Dugan piano

Sunday 11 October 2020 3:00PM


Sooyeon Lee   © Shirley Suarez

Sooyeon Lee soprano; Simon Lepper piano

Sunday 18 October 2020 3:00PM

C Schumann, Schubert, Strauss and Zemlinsky

Andrei Kymach   © Alexander Andryushchenko

Andrei Kymach baritone; Semyon Skigin piano

Sunday 25 October 2020 3:00PM

Shostakovich, Borodin and Musorgsky

Angharad Lyddon   © Connor Wood

Angharad Lyddon mezzo-soprano; Llŷr Williams piano

Sunday 22 November 2020 3:00PM

Gounod, Schubert, Schumann and more

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