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Summer Season at Wigmore Hall

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Wigmore Hall is livelier than ever this year with a packed summer season of concerts and events.

At the heart of Wigmore Hall’s summer season is the core chamber, piano and vocal repertoire upon which its reputation as the international home of chamber music is built, but with almost 200 concerts and events, there are also visits from legendary jazz musicians, Yiddish cabaret and forays into the avant-garde.

Highights include:

24-year-old Mao Fujita performs a complete cycle of Mozart piano sonatas over five consecutive nights

Contemporary and 20th-century music of the avant-garde, by composers Erwin Schulhoff, Cathy Berberian, Peter Maxwell Davies, John Zorn, and Colin Jacobsen, performed by Claron McFadden, Elaine Mitchener & Apartment House, JACK Quartet and Brooklyn Rider.

Pianist Rebeca Omordia presents a day devoted to celebrating music and musicians from Africa in the second African Concert Series(Sat 13 May)

Legendary jazz pianist Fred Hersch makes his Wigmore Hall debut (Sat 27 May).

The Cardinall’s Musick performs all three of William Byrd’s masses on the 400th anniversary of the composer’s death.

Nitin Sawhney performs his critically acclaimed 1999 album Beyond Skin, unplugged in a special acoustic concert at Wigmore Hall (Thu 20 Jul).

Sunday Morning Concerts continue throughout the summer offering an hour of music for just £16 (£14 concession), including a complimentary glass of sherry, coffee or juice.

Further Information:  Wigmore Hall (