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Find out what’s coming up this month in the homes of our two musical innovators who chose London and changed music.

An Italian Journey

Tuesday 10 March, 6.30-7.30pm

Pawel Siwczak invites you to a recital of music inspired by Italy.

The Handelian Draw

Tuesday 17 March, 6.30-7.30pm

The works of composers influenced by Handel both musically and personally.

It’s a Man’s World – Postponed

Thursday 19 March, 1-2pm

Delve into some of Handel’s greatest trouser roles.

Handel on the Move – Postponed

Tuesday 24 March, 6.30-7.30pm

Chamber music related to Handel’s relocation from Germany to England.

Hendrix Talks

Saturday 28 March, 11am-12pm

This month’s talk will look at the timeline of the guitar riff, what makes a riff iconic, and how it is formed.

Don't miss out next Friday Late!

Hendrix Flat Friday Late

Early bird tickets are on sale now. 

From our friends

The London Handel Festival and The Brook Street Band presents “Royal Chamber Music” a programme of music by Handel, Lanzetti and Porpora, composers supported by ‘rival’ branches of the Royal family, George II and his son, the keen cellist Frederick, Prince of Wales. London’s colourful music scene is brought to life with Handel’s music a uniting force.

Saturday 4th April, 3.30pm and 5pm, St. George’s Hanover Square.

Rachel Harris and Kathryn Parry (violins), Tatty Theo (cello), Carolyn Gibley (harpsichord).

Book Tickets

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Handel’s Royal Anthems
Posted on Wednesday June 01, 2022

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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