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Wigmore Hall Opens 2021/22 Concert Season Tomorrow


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Wigmore Hall will re-open its doors to the public tomorrow, launching the 2021/22 concert season with a recital by the British pianist Paul Lewis.

Over September and October, Wigmore Hall will stage nearly 100 events - from a concert for babies up to one-year-old to performances by leading international instrumentalist and singers including cellists Gautier Capuçon, Alisa Weilerstein; pianists Leif Ove Andsnes, Sergei Babayan, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Seong-Jin Cho, Till Fellner, Martin Helmchen; singers Diana Damrau, Sabine Devieilhe, Christian Gerhaher, Jakub Józef Orlińskiand violinists Isabelle Faust, Ning Feng, Christian Tetzlaff, Frank Peter Zimmermann. Visiting ensembles include Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Borodin Quartet, Camerata RCO (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), Le Concert Spirituel, Pavel Haas Quartet and Quatuor Ebène.

In addition to several broadcasts on BBC Radio 3, nineteen of the concerts will also be streamed live on the Wigmore Hall website to a worldwide audience. A particular highlight, on 14 October, Wigmore Hall Associate Artist the British soprano Gweneth Ann Rand joins film star Adjoa Andoh for a special concert celebrating the artistry of African-American singers - Marian Anderson, Jessye Norman and Grace Bumbry - all of whom had long associations with the Wigmore Hall. The concert will also include two world premieres by Black British composers Errollyn Wallen and Clement Ishmael.

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