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Pavel Kolesnikov at Wigmore Hall
26 October 2020: ‘The Tempest’ This concert will be live streamed on the Wigmore Hall website in HD, and all concerts in the Autumn Series will be available on demand for 30 days after the date of the concert. This
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Finding the “Essence of Bach”
How a lifelong love of Bach led this pianist to transcribe the complete solo cello suites “Bach first became my beacon when I was about 10 years old. I remember sneaking a peek at my piano teacher’s notebook and seeing
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The World at Your Door: VirtuMasterClass
The COVID-19 Pandemic closed everything around the world from your office to your favourite restaurant to your favourite concert halls and then, slowly, we figured out how to Zoom, the wonders of online ordering and delivery, and the concerts that
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Eric Lu at Wigmore Hall
10 October 2020: Schubert This concert will be live streamed on the Wigmore Hall website in HD, and all concerts in the Autumn Series will be available on demand for 30 days after the date of the concert. This generous
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Robin Tritschler at Wigmore Hall
Graham Johnson, piano6 October 2020: Schubert This concert will be live streamed on the Wigmore Hall website in HD, and all concerts in the Autumn Series will be available on demand for 30 days after the date of the concert.
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The Nash Ensemble at Wigmore Hall
3 October 2020: Brahms and Dvořák This concert will be live streamed on the Wigmore Hall website in HD, and all concerts in the Autumn Series will be available on demand for 30 days after the date of the concert.
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Sir András Schiff at Wigmore Hall
4 October 2020: Schumann & Janacek5 October 2020: Beethoven This concert will be live streamed on the Wigmore Hall website in HD, and all concerts in the Autumn Series will be available on demand for 30 days after the date
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En Pleine Lumière
Shining a Light on Piano Music by Women Composers
It seems extraordinary to us now, in these equality-conscious times, that women composers and musicians were, until fairly recently, sidelined, ignored or simply erased from music history. Now, women such as Clara Schumann, Amy Beach and Cécile Chaminade are recognised
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