NEWS: Wigmore Hall Announces 36 Concerts in January 2021

The music venue has announced details of its concert programme for January 2021. The Wigmore Hall is set to stage 36 concerts throughout January it has been confirmed. Each concert is set to be 60–90 minutes in length with no interval, will be available for booking via ballot for Friends of Wigmore Hall. Audience capacity… Read More

NEWS: Wigmore Hall’s Artistic Director Announces 100 New Concerts

Wigmore Hall’s John Gilhooly has today announced 100 concerts to take place at the venue in new programme from the 13th September until the 21st December. Featuring over 200 artists, the upcoming repertoire and artist details for Wigmore Hall’s autumn series of 100 concerts has been confirmed to include Apartment House, Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective, Tai… Read More

Interview with…Sara Kobayashi

The soprano spoke to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about her visits to London and making her UK debut at the Wigmore Hall. How excited are you to make your UK debut? My grandmother’s friend lived in the UK, so I used to visit London quite often as a child. I have gone to concerts, opera and… Read More

NEWS: Wigmore Hall and Avex Classics to Present Rachmaninov programme

The concert will see Avex Classics International return to the Wigmore Hall on Saturday 2nd June with a second recital.   Focusing on the work of Rachmaninov, the concert will feature performances from by Rachmaninov Specialist and multi award-winning cellist Yuki Ito with acclaimed pianist Sofya Gulyak and will be the first time the Wigmore Hall will present… Read More

PREVIEW: Dai Fujikura Portrait, Wigmore Hall

Following last year’s Avex Recital Series, Avex now launch its 2018 programme with a special concert focusing on the work of Dai Fujikura  at the Wigmore Hall on the 17th February.  Featuring musicians from around the world, the concert will also mark several UK premières as well as a world premiere of a piece for solo piano. The artists… Read More