2023-24 Wigmore Hall season

George Fu piano

The 2023-24 season at Wigmore Hall, which runs from September 2023 until July 2024, has recently been announced by John Gilhooly. Three CMF Artists will perform at the venue during the season.

Of the season, John Gilhooly said ‘As we celebrate the new season, recent news has cast a long shadow over the future and well-being of classical music in the UK. While Wigmore Hall’s belief in the intrinsic value of music is unwavering and we continue to do what we do best – bringing the best of classical music performed by the finest musicians to the widest possible audience – we will be re-doubling our effort to introduce classical music to young people from the earliest possible age. We hope our new £1 ticket scheme for struggling families will be a signal to parents and teachers that it is never too early to start and that children’s musical education needn’t be a victim of the cost of living crisis.’

Misha Mullov-Abbado

The exceptional jazz bassist Misha Mullov-Abbado performs with Viktoria Mullova on Friday 5th July.

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Helen Charlston

Composer-soprano Héloïse Werner performs a programme of music mostly by women composers, including a new work of her own, with mezzo soprano Helen Charlston, harpist Anne Denholm and pianist Mishka Rushdie Momen on Saturday 2nd March. Helen will also perform on 23rd October with Sholto Kynoch piano.

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George Fu

Pianist George Fu will perform with Tamsin Waley Cohen (violin) over the festive season, on Saturday 30th December. 

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Tickets go on public sale on Thursday 4th May.


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