The first concert in our series inspired by Kensington Palace’s exhibition Enlightened Princesses. This group of concerts celebrates the musical worlds of three 18th century princesses and the part they played in the shaping of British culture.
Handel House Talent soprano Emily Owen presents a programme of music all about becoming a princess.
New and improved guided tours
Starting 27 September we will be offering regular one-hour guided tours every Wednesday morning at 10am. Each week will be one of 3 tours – focusing either on Handel House, the Hendrix Flat or a highlights tour which includes both together.
A lot of work and research has been put into making these tours and we are very excited to get them up and running.
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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