Education

LONDON & KIDS: WIGMORE HALL LEARNING MUSIC PROGRAMME

02/06/2016,
Last November I attended a piano recital at the Wigmore Hall, considered one of the world’s great concert hall for chamber and instrumental music. But I was amazed by their extraordinary Learning’s pioneering program, that reaches over 16.000 people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities every year.
Now approaching its 115th birthday, Wigmore Hall is livelier than ever, offering music-making of outstanding quality and an array of activities in the broader community.
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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. Their  programme areas comprise Schools, Early Years, Families, Community (which includes work in hospitals, care homes and centres for homeless people), Study and Young People.
From Chamber Tots in the Community ( which takes musical workshops to nurseries across London), to Music for Life (an interactive music programme for people living with dementia and their carers), the Wigmore Hall Learning Program delivers  over 400 projects and events every year.
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If you live in London with kids, please check their chamber zone program. It offers an amazing opportunity to experience superb chamber music performed by international artists in a beautiful concert venue.

 

A limited number of free tickets are available for each selected Chamber Zone concert for  8-25 year olds. These are allocated on a first come, first served basis and tickets must be booked before 6:30pm on the date of the concert. Full-price tickets can be booked at the same time for accompanying adults.

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And for families with babies and toddlers, the Wigmore Hall offers an early years programme that includes a series of relaxed and informal concerts for parents/carers and their babies, one-off workshops for 1 – 5 year-olds, and even early years music-making training for teachers.

Each of their events for under 5s is carefully designed to meet the needs of this particular age group.

You can find complete information about all the activities on their  website

 

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Photos curtesy Wigmore Hall.

Photo credit for these photos is Benjamin Ealovega.

 

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