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Wigmore Hall was built in 1901 by the German piano firm Bechstein next to its then showrooms on Wigmore Street and was intended to be both impressive yet intimate enough for recitals.

Today, Wigmore Hall still attracts a cultured audience thanks to its civilised concerts. Particularly popular are the lunchtime and coffee concerts although the chamber music and jazz performances are also likely to sell out well in advance.

Ranked #206 of 225 clubs in London

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By Nancy G.

I cannot review this Wigmore Hall performance as it is taking place tomorrow, but if it in any way compares with the same program presented by these consummate artists in Carnegie Hall this past weekend it will change your view of Szymanowski and it will change your life. Nancy Garniez, New York City

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