Wigmore Hall ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽน๐Ÿ›

London has a marvellous concentration of venues with great acoustic for classical music performances of all kinds. My favourites are the more intimate ones, like Wigmore Hall, perfect for chamber music, with a varied programme of world class performances every day of the week. Originally named Bechstein Hall, from the piano manufacturer, which had a showroom next door, and commissioned the venue at the end of the XIX century, The concert hall reopened after the First World War under its current name and a new ownership. Since then it has hosted many great composers and interpreters who loved this venue and its amazing concert programmes, including Benjamin Britten, Arthur Rubinstein and Andres Segovia.

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