We may have been forced to cancel our concerts for this period of lockdown but in the meantime you can enjoy these videos from the musicians who would have been performing for us in Handel House!

Below are a series of videos recorded from the homes of our fantastic roster of musicians, released at the same time that their concerts would have taken place.

Please note that we have taken the decision to pay all our performers regardless of these concert cancellations.
If you could support this with a donation of your own it would be hugely appreciated. It is possible to donate online here.

The Dancing Star – Ensemble Molière

Handel House regulars Ensemble Molière continue our series of recordings from lockdown. So good it's like being at the real concert!Inspired by their programme The Dancing Star, featuring the music Marie Sallé, one of the first female choreographers, would have danced to on the stages of Paris and London in the first half of the 18th century. Handel & Hendrix in London are continuing to pay all our performers regardless of concert cancellations.If you could support this with a donation of your own it would be hugely appreciated: https://handelhendrix.org/get-involved/support-us/donate/

Posted by Handel & Hendrix in London on Tuesday, 16 June 2020

The Dancing Star - Ensemble Molière

Handel House regulars Ensemble Molière continue our series of recordings from lockdown. So good it’s like being at the real concert!

Inspired by their programme The Dancing Star, featuring the music Marie Sallé, one of the first female choreographers, would have danced to on the stages of Paris and London in the first half of the 18th century.

Musical Intervals – Olwen Foulkes (recorder), Carina Drury (cello), Satoko Doi-Luck (harpsichord)

Fantastic work by Olwen Foulkes, Carina Drury & Satoko Doi-Luck on this recording of Handel's Recorder sonata in F major. This piece would have been part of their concert at Handel House this week. Please note that in an attempt to mitigate the financial losses made by our fantastic rosta of musicians, we have taken the decision to pay all our performers regardless of concert cancellations.If you wish to support this with a donation of your own it would be a hugely appreciated and timely contribution to The Handel House Trust: https://handelhendrix.org/get-involved/support-us/donate/

Posted by Handel & Hendrix in London on Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Musical Intervals - Olwen Foulkes (recorder), Carina Drury (cello), Satoko Doi-Luck (harpsichord)

Fantastic work by Olwen Foulkes, Carina Drury & Satoko Doi-Luck on this recording of Handel’s Recorder sonata in F major.
This piece would have been part of their concert entitled Musical Intervals at Handel House this week.

The Scarlatti Sphere – Masumi Yamamoto (harpsichord)

Yesterday evening we would have hosted a concert by Handel House regular Harpsichordist Masumi Yamamoto playing music inspired by Italian Baroque composer Domenico Scarlatti.Instead enjoy this video from Masumi bringing the music of her programme from her home to yours.Please note that in an attempt to mitigate the financial losses made by our fantastic rosta of musicians, we have taken the decision to pay all our performers regardless of concert cancellations.If you wish to support this with a donation of your own it would be a hugely appreciated and timely contribution: https://handelhendrix.org/get-involved/support-us/donate/

Posted by Handel & Hendrix in London on Wednesday, 3 June 2020

The Scarlatti Sphere - Masumi Yamamoto (harpsichord)

Yesterday evening we would have hosted a concert by Handel House regular Masumi Yamamoto playing music inspired by Italian Baroque composer Domenico Scarlatti.
Instead enjoy this video from Masumi bringing the music of her programme from her home to yours.

Souvenir of Lully – Asako Ogawa (harpsichord)

Harpsichordist Asako Ogawa presents this beautiful piece that she would have performed at her concert Souvenir of Lully at Handel House this week.

Posted by Handel & Hendrix in London on Wednesday, 15 April 2020

Souvenir of Lully - Asako Ogawa (harpsichord)

Harpsichordist Asako Ogawa presents this beautiful piece that she would have performed at her concert ‘Souvenir of Lully’ at Handel House.

Standing Tall (Jonatan Bougt, theorbo)

This afternoon we would have had a concert by the amazingly talented Handel House Talent musician Jonatan Bougt Guitar & Theorbo. Instead enjoy this video from Jonatan bringing the music of his programme from his home to yours!Please note that in an attempt to mitigate the financial losses made by our fantastic rosta of musicians, we have taken the decision to pay all our performers regardless of concert cancellations. If you wish to support this with a donation of your own it would be a hugely appreciated and timely contribution to The Handel House Trust: https://handelhendrix.org/get-involved/support-us/donate/

Posted by Handel & Hendrix in London on Thursday, 9 April 2020

Standing Tall - Jonatan Bougt (theorbo)

This afternoon we would have had a concert by the amazingly talented Handel House Talent musician Jonatan Bougt.
Instead enjoy this video from Jonatan bringing the music of his programme from his home to yours!

Handel at Eastertide

Tonight Handel House would have hosted a recital entitled Handel at Eastertide. Instead, musicians Clara Kanter (mezzo-soprano), Kate Conway (viola da gamba), and Satoko Doi-Luck (harpsichord) have created this video of one of the Handel pieces they would have performed.

Posted by Handel & Hendrix in London on Tuesday, 7 April 2020

Handel at Eastertide - Clara Kanter (mezzo-soprano), Kate Conway (viola da gamba), and Satoko Doi-Luck (harpsichord)

Tonight Handel House would have hosted a recital entitled Handel at Eastertide.
Instead, musicians Clara Kanter (mezzo-soprano), Kate Conway (viola da gamba), and Satoko Doi-Luck (harpsichord) have created this video of one of the Handel pieces they would have performed.