Wigmore Hall holds a unique place in London musical life and is an essential platform for the world's most sought-after soloists and chamber musicians.
It also fosters the careers of talented young artists, some of them making their first professional appearance in London.
Wigmore Hall presents over 400 events in a season, attracting appreciative and loyal audiences and selling some 165,000 tickets each year.
Wigmore Hall at Home
Every week a concert is broadcast worldwide on radio and the internet through BBC Radio 3. The Hall also launched its own recording label, Wigmore Hall Live, in 2005 with a growing number of releases available for sale in retail outlets worldwide.
Wigmore Hall is committed to reaching communities who do not usually have access to the concert series. The Hall's highly regarded and wide-reaching Learning programme engages with over 15,000 people of all ages, through projects in:
- Day-care centres
As well as ongoing work with:
- Music students
- Concert related projects
Security for the Future
The Hall was refurbished in 2004, and its facilities sympathetically restored and upgraded, including new seats in the auditorium, and air cooling throughout. The Wigmore Hall Trust has recently purchased the Hall’s long-term lease, securing the Hall’s future as a leading recital venue.
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