An internationally renowned venue for chamber music and song, Wigmore Hall presents over 400 concerts and 350 events every season. An essential platform for the world's most sought-after soloists and chamber musicians, the Hall also fosters the careers of talented young artists, some of whom make their first professional appearance in London on the Wigmore stage. Alongside the Artistic Programme, Wigmore Hall Learning manages and runs a highly-respected and broad-ranging community and education programme. The Hall's pioneering education and outreach projects reach over 16,000 people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities every year, both at the Hall and in the local community.
Wigmore Hall Learning devise and deliver study events, lecture recitals, masterclasses, workshop days, family days, family concerts, schools concerts, musician training, teacher training, early years workshops, composing workshops, and an array of small and large-scale community and outreach programmes, throughout the season. Focused activities take place at the Hall and in community settings such as schools, hospitals, community centres and residential care homes.