There have been some exciting recent developments in Handel House. We opened two new exhibitions recently – one about Handel’s music and one about Handel’s London. And we have put some new artefacts and furnishings on display – in particular Handel’s beautiful bookcase which we have on long-term loan from the Fitzwilliam Museum. If you have not visited recently, come and have a look at the changes.
Plus, if you come to the house on a Wednesday or Saturday morning you can now be sure of hearing some live Baroque music between 11.30am and 1.30pm every week.
Here are the 3 concerts we have in March that haven’t sold out. Get tickets while you still can!
Job Description Job Title: Research Assistant Line Manager: Deputy Director Contract: 12 month fixed-term contract Hours: 0.5 FTE (c.2.5 days per week) Salary: £23,000 pro rata Holiday: 25 days plus bank holidays pro rata Areas of Work Assisting the Deputy Director in the delivery of the narratives and displays in a new experience of […]
Handel and his music were very much present in Royal occasions in the 18th century. He created strong ties with the Royal family, and he was commissioned to compose music for various royal celebrations, including coronations. He was also hired by the royal family to teach the princesses to play the harpsichord. When Handel moved […]
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