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September Highlights

Our weekly Baroque concerts start up again this month, plus don’t miss the return of our annual gig celebrating the anniversary of Jimi Hendrix’s arrival in London.

Have a look at everything we have coming up.

Cellists in Handel’s London

Tuesday 4 September, 6.30-7.30pm

Renowned cellists Tatty Theo & Anthony Pleeth start our new season off with a wonderful programme of music written for the cello in Handel’s London.

Hexachordum Apollinis

Tuesday 11 September, 6.30-7.30pm

Former Handel House Talent musician Satoko Doi-Luck returns to Handel House to play one of Pachelbel’s finest pieces for the harpsichord.

Masterclass with David Watkin

Thursday 13 September, 1-2.30pm

David Watkin’s performances have been called “Revelatory” by BBC Music Magazine and “Definitive” by The Guardian. Come and find out why at this masterclass with our very own Octavie Dostaler-Lalonde.

Hendrix Talks

Saturday 15 September, 11am-12pm

The first in a series of four hour-long focus sessions for guitarists and music lovers looking at the different ways that Hendrix revolutionised how the guitar is played.

Hendrix at The Troubadour

Saturday 22 September, 7.30pm until late

After the huge success of our previous Hendrix anniversary gigs, this time we’re taking over the legendary West London venue where legend has it Jimi Hendrix used to jam long into the night.

A German Immigrant in London

Tuesday 25 September, 6.30-7.30pm

A concert inspired by Handel’s experience as a German living in 18th century London, in the very room where he spent much of his time.

Masterclass with Jordi Savall

Wednesday 26 September, 11am-12.30pm

One of the biggest names in early music for over 40 years, Spanish conductor and viol player Jordi Savall will be stopping off at Handel House for a masterclass with viola da gamba player Kate Conway. Tickets won’t last long for this one!

From our friends:

Handel: The Triumph of Time & Truth
Friday 19 October, Kings Place, London

Originally developed as a small chamber piece entitled Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno, this piece charts Handel’s development as a composer as he rescored it into a fully-fledged oratorio towards the end of his life. Part of Time Unwrapped.

Book tickets here.

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