Look forward to the new year at Wigmore Hall

Look forward to the new year at Wigmore Hall

Editors Choice

Dolly Bagnall

November 30, 2021

Book a visit to Wigmore Hall in the new year for more exceptional performances from the world’s finest musicians.
Highlights include the return of Artists in Residence Sergei Babayan, Arcangelo and Alina Ibragimova, as well as concerts from Christian McBride, Leonidas Kavakos, Hilary Hahn and Jakub Józef Orliński with Il Pomo d’Oro.
In March the Hall will also be welcoming Sir András Schiff and Quatuor Mosaïques for an inspiring 6-concert long Haydn Festival.
Tickets for concerts up to March 2022 are on sale now.



  • Piano Lover says:

    Please NO SCHIFF!!!

  • Peter San Diego says:

    I look forward to many events, but with the arrival of the Omicron variant, I look forward in hope mixed with trepidation. Pfizer/BioNTech might have an Omicron vaccine out in a month or so, but it will take another couple of months of efficacy testing before being publicly available.

  • Radnor says:

    This is a bit of agony to read as we do not even have any proper concerts with such wonderful artists to book a ticket to go and hear. Can I move to London? Is it allowed? I am not coming from South Africa.

  • horbus rohebian says:

    I think Sir András Schiff has shares in the hall.

  • Mark Mortimer says:

    Not quite my impression. Sir Andras Schiff gave a recent Wigmore Hall lecture/recital on the Schubert B Flat Sonata D960- probably the most sublime performance I’ve ever heard- even by his lofty standards in this repertoire.