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Wigmore Hall - Chamber Ensembles Live Screenings

Thanks to the foresight of the Wigmore Hall, high quality videos of concerts are now available to be viewed and bought.

Some Chamber Ensemble performances can be accessed below, but we do recommend you buy this song recital: Gerald Finley & Julius Drake - Songs by Tchaikovsky, Musorgsky and Ned Rorem.

The Sixteen (available until May the 2nd)

Programme included works by Purcell, Taverner, Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Tomkins, Almeida, Thomas Weelkes, John Sheppard and Byrd.

Fretwork (available until May the 2nd)

Johann Sebastiani: St Matthew Passion

Stile Antico (available until May the 2nd)

Programme included works by Victoria and Guerrero.

Tenebrae (available until April the 30th)

Programme included works by Heinrich Schütz, Bach and Max Reger.

Alina Ibragimova - Violin, Arcangelo (available until April the 29th)

Programme included works by Vivaldi, Locatelli, Bach and Corelli.

12 ensemble - available until May the 18th

John Tavener: The Lamb

Witold Lutosławski: Musique Funebre

Beethoven: III. Molto adagio from String Quartet Op. 132

Oliver Leith: Honey Siren: Journey (CP1919)

Carducci String Quartet - available until May the 16th

Mendelssohn: String Quartet No. 6 in F minor Op. 80

Rebecca Clarke: Poem

Shostakovich: String Quartet No. 2 in A Op. 68

Apartment House - available until June the 8th

Programme included works by Satie, John Cage, Mindaugas Urbaitis, Christian Wolff, John Lely, Walter Zimmermann, Jim O'Rourke and Gerhard Rühm.

Septura - available until June the 1st

Programme included works by by Ravel, Debussy and Gershwin.

Fretwork - available until May the 25th

Programme included works by Antony Holborne, Matthew Locke, John Jenkins, Orlando Gibbons, William Lawes, Purcell and Robert White.

Dunedin Consort - available until May the 23rd

Bach: Brandenburg Concertos No. 5, No. 6 and No. 4.

The Cardinall's Musick - available until May the 17th

Programme included works by: Byrd, Taverner, Tallis, Thomas Weelkes, William Mundy, Richard Farrant, Christopher Tye and Phillippe de Monte.