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Venue: Wigmore Hall, London

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Address36 Wigmore Street
United Kingdom
Google maps51° 30' 59.644" N 0° 8' 54.090" W
October 2020
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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LondonFrancesco Piemontesi (please note change of artist)

Francesco Piemontesi, Piano

LondonGould Piano Trio

Mozart, Clarke, Ravel
Gould Piano Trio

LondonSiobhan Stagg (please note change of artist and programme)

Beethoven, Schubert, Debussy, Strauss R.
Siobhan Stagg; Jonathan Ware

LondonSteven Isserlis & Connie Shih

Hahn, Saint-Saëns, Adès, Chaminade, Fauré, Franck
Steven Isserlis; Connie Shih

LondonSteven Isserlis & friends

Steven Isserlis; Lucy Crowe; Alina Ibragimova; Timothy Ridout

LondonWinterreise (please note change of artist and programme)

Schubert: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911
Alice Coote; Christian Blackshaw

LondonSamling Artist Showcase 'Sea Pictures'

Sibelius, Elgar, Fauré, Rimsky-Korsakov
Madison Nonoa; Angharad Lyddon; Patrick Terry; Benson Wilson

LondonTamsin Waley-Cohen & Huw Watkins

Beethoven, Knussen, Janáček, Watkins
Tamsin Waley-Cohen; Huw Watkins
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Pavel Kolesnikov distinctive and self-effacing at Wigmore Hall

Pavel Kolesnikov © Wigmore Hall
Scriabin and Liszt juxtaposed at Wigmore Hall, with rare and tender Schubert and a thoughtful Beethoven Tempest
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A richly rewarding evening of diverse repertoire from Pike and Roscoe

Jennifer Pike and Martin Roscoe © Wigmore Hall
From Mozart and faux Pugnani to a Miklós Rózsa rarity, this was a brilliant showcase for the British-Polish violinist's artistry. 
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Piano wizardry from Mariam Batsashvili at Wigmore Hall

Mariam Batsashvili © Wigmore Hall
The young Georgian pianist thrills in the brilliance and technical wizardry of Thalberg and Liszt as well as Schumann's Fantasiestücke
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Elisabeth Brauß brings sensitive insights at Wigmore Hall

Elisabeth Brauß © Wigmore Hall
As part of Wigmore Hall's autumn series, German pianist Elisabeth Brauß performed works of three centuries with maturity, elegance, and finesse.
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From the sublime to the surreal: Louise Alder returns to Wigmore Hall

Louise Alder © Wigmore Hall
Louise Alder and Roger Vignoles offer French charm in their return to Wigmore Hall.
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Schiff stresses line and lineage in Beethoven's last sonatas

Sir András Schiff © Wigmore Hall
Beethoven's summation of his keyboard writing is open to a variety of interpretations. Sir András Schiff asserts noble tradition over revolutionary impulse.
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Quality performances by the Nash Ensemble at Wigmore Hall

Adrian Brendel and Richard Hosford © Wigmore Hall
Two contrasting works from the Nash Ensemble made for a fine evening of the very best quality chamber music at Wigmore Hall, gratefully received in the hall and by many online.
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Aspects of love from the Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective

The Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective play Korngold © Wigmore Hall
A wide-ranging programme from the shape-shifting ensemble at Wigmore Hall explores love in its many guises. 
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