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With summer fast approaching, we’ve been busy preparing lots of exciting things for the coming season.

However, you don’t have to wait until then. April is well under way and coming up we have a day of Easter fun, a historical exploration of the Harpsichord, and an explanation of various Baroque musical forms.

The Art of Variation

Tuesday 11th April 2017, 18:30

Explore the art of variation between ciacconas, passacailles and doubles. Marta López Fernández (harpsichord) includes a repertoire by Frescobaldi, Muffat and Louis Couperin.

Easter Hallelujah!

Saturday 15th April 2017, 11:00-18:00

This Easter Saturday we are celebrating all things Messiah. Messiah is most commonly associated with Christmas, however the second and third parts focus on Easter. Therefore, this seems like the perfect excuse for us to display some of our finest Messiah scores, and have the house filled with live music.

Plus families will have the opportunity to create our own Hallelujah chorus made from Easter eggs.

Heritage of an English Harpsichord

Thursday 20th April 2017, 18:30

With only a handful of tickets remaining, make sure that you do not miss Satoko Doi-Luck explore the history of English keyboard music through performing on two of the Handel House instruments.

Summer 2017 events on sale now

We are coming towards the end of our Spring events, but don’t worry, tickets are now available for our series of Summer events, running from May to August.

We have an orchestra on a boat going down the Thames, the chance to walk through London as Jimi would have seen it, and another Hendrix Flat party, this time celebrating Woodstock.

Find out more here.

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