Handel House has a rich performing history. Handel held rehearsals and performances at 25 Brook Street nearly 300 years ago and a regular concert series, established in 2001 when the house opened to the public, has been honouring this tradition ever since. The historic resonance of performing and listening to music in the house is heightened further by the many works Handel composed here from 1723 until his death in 1759. Alongside the weekly Thursday Live concert series, Handel House hosts a regular series for the British Harpsichord Society and collaborates with many other organisations such as the Keyboard Charity Trust and the British Clavichord Society.
The opening of the Hendrix Flat on the 10 February 2016 has paved the way for an expanded music programme. Jimi Hendrix often listened to, played and wrote music in his flat at 23 Brook Street and, with the our new contemporary venue, The Studio, Handel & Hendrix in London will present concerts and events that honour Hendrix’s rich musical tastes.
To propose a concert for either the baroque or contemporary concert series, please complete the form below. Please be aware that we programme up to a year in advance.