Wigmore Hall Podcasts
Click on the following links to listen to Wigmore Hall's podcast.
- Ibragimova & Tiberghien in Conversation
- Dame Felicity Lott in Conversation
- Roger Vignoles in Conversation
- Mark Padmore in Conversation
- Chamber Tots
- Doric String Quartet in Conversation
- Iestyn Davies in Conversation
- Jonathan Biss Explores Schubert Piano Sonatas
- Jerusalem Quartet in Conversation
- Music for Life
- András Schiff explores Haydn
- English Song
- London Philharmonic Orchestra
- Graham Johnson on Brahms' Songs
- Education Projects and Paul McCreesh Interview
- Wigmore Hall Live – Behind the Scenes
- Haydn Bicentenary Overview
- The Future of Wigmore Hall
- The History of Wigmore Hall
- John Gilhooly in Conversation
- Jeanette Sorrell in Conversation
- Amelia Freedman in Conversation
- Decade by Decade - 100 Years of German Song
- All Sing! Choir
- Danish String Quartet in Conversation
- Young Producers
- Paul Lewis in Conversation
- Wigmore Hall 110th Anniversary Archive pt1
- Wigmore Hall 110th Anniversary Archive pt2
- John Gilhooly Announces The New 2012/13 Season
- Christian Blackshaw: Mozart Series
- Andras Schiff Explores the Beethoven Piano Sonatas
What are Podcasts?
Podcasts are audio files that are automatically delivered directly to your desktop computer, and can be transferred to your iPod or other MP3 player. To listen to Wigmore Hall podcasts either right click on the podcast link and click Save Link As or left-click on the link and listen through your browser.
Must I have an iPod or similar MP3 player?
No. While many podcast users do listen on their portable MP3 players, you can always enjoy podcasts straight from your PC.
Wigmore Hall RSS Feeds
Wigmore Hall's RSS Feeds will allow you to get the latest information on our forthcoming concerts and latest news as soon as it is published without visiting our website.
What is RSS?
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Where can I get a News Reader?
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