Miyabi Duo
Image credit: © Benjamin Ealovega

Recommended for families with children aged 7-11
Family Concert: Strum, Pick and Slide
Sat 06 Jul 2024, 2.00pm
Children £10, Adults £12

This concert will be approximately 1 hour in duration, without an interval.


Important Information

This performance will be British Sign Language-interpreted. If you require seats with good visibility of the signer, please sign up to our Access List by filling out an Access List Application form.

The form and more information can be found here. For any assistance or questions about booking, please email our Box Office at boxoffice@wigmore-hall.org.uk, quoting BSL Seating in the subject line. Or you can call our Box Office on 020 7935 2141 - view opening hours

Wigmore Hall is equipped with a loop to help hearing aid users receive clear sound without background noise. Patrons can use this facility by switching their hearing aids to T. A loop is also installed at the Box Office window.


  • Tim Keasleypresenter
  • Miyabi Duo
    • Paul WhittakerBSL interpreter



    Join the Miyabi Duo and presenter Tim Keasley on an adventure to discover the worldwide influence of our six-stringed companion, the guitar. With our guitar on our back, we will strum, pick and slide our way across the globe, exploring music from Argentina to Japan, and even imagine new locations to visit and make music together!

    Booking Information

    First Time Booker Offer: If you are new to family events at Wigmore Hall, you can buy your tickets for half price, either by phone or in person.

    £1 Tickets: You can purchase family events at Wigmore Hall for £1 if you are referred to us through a partner organisation or if you face financial barriers. For more information, see wigmore-hall.org.uk/1-pound-ticket

    Applicable for £1 Ticket Scheme

    Applicable for First Time Booker offer

    CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust, renowned for bringing chamber music to young people and young people to chamber music, is delighted to present this concert in association with Wigmore Hall

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