Booking tickets through Wigmore Hall
There is a non-refundable administration charge of £2.00
Phone: 020 7935 2141 (7 days a week: 10am–7pm. Days without an evening concert: 10am–5pm)
There is a non-refundable £3.00 administration charge for each transaction. This includes the return of your tickets by post if time permits.
In person: 36 Wigmore Street, London, W1U 2BP
No advance booking during the half-hour prior to the performance
Discounts of 10% are available for groups of 12 or more, subject to availability.
Students can benefit from £5 tickets to selected concerts, which are advertised in the monthly Student e-newsletter. These can be purchased in person from the Box Office or by telephone on 020 7935 2141.
All student tickets will be held for collection on the day of the concert, when you will need to bring a valid student ID.
Facilities for Disabled People
Tubes: Bond Street (Central & Jubilee lines), Oxford Circus (Bakerloo, Central & Victoria lines).
Buses: A number of bus routes pass along Oxford Street.
Visitors to Wigmore Hall can be dropped off and picked up from outside the main Foyer doors on Wigmore Street. Please contact the Box Office for further details or visit www.wigmore-hall.org.uk
Wigmore Hall: Inspiration and joy
Dvořák String Sextet
Soloists of the London Philharmonic Orchestra
Chamber music can be subtle, and it can be sublime. But sometimes, it’s just about a group of musicians getting together and simply having fun. Dvořák's String Sextet is sunny, songful and packed with Bohemian folk-rhythms, all exactly as enjoyable as you’d expect from the composer of the 'New World' Symphony. Schubert, meanwhile, wrote his Octet while he was on holiday: a cheerful cavalcade of love songs, hunting horns, musical jokes and operetta hits, all crammed into six exuberant movements that bubble with inspiration and joy. The music of friends – come and share it today.
Tickets are now only available from Wigmore Hall Ticket Office.
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