Wigmore Hall's renowned Learning programme reaches a broad and diverse audience through innovative creative projects, concerts, events and online resources.
It inspires new connections between people and music, and builds connections between people through music.
Its Schools and Early Years programme includes extended projects devised and delivered in partnership with partner music hubs, as well as one-off opportunities such as concerts, workshops and teacher training.
SEN Concert: Juice - Tuesday 25 April: 11:00AM
- Sam Glazer presenter
Explore the voice alongside vocal ensemble Juice and presenter Sam Glazer in an energetic and engaging concert. Expect a wide range of classical, contemporary and folk music, with lots of audience participation in both singing and body percussion.
This concert is ideal for SEN students of all ages and bookers will receive a teachers’ resource pack in advance of the concert.
Key Stage 2 Concert: My Iris - Wednesday 12 July: 11:00AM
- Pete Letanka presenter
This is Trish Clowes’s jazz organ quartet with a twist!
Come and experience music that conjures vivid colour and imagery, with links to literature and history, in this concert presented by Pete Letanka. Trish’s pieces juxtapose startling melodies and ethereal whispers with intricate textures and earthy grooves. This concert is the perfect way to celebrate the end of the school year.
Further Information and Booking
All our Key Stage concerts last approximately one hour in duration, without an interval.
Tickets cost £3.50, subject to a £1.00 booking fee. This fee covers the whole booking and is not per ticket.
To place a booking for the above concerts, please contact the Learning Department on: 020 7258 8240