Handel & Hendrix in London

Handel House Museum
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In a single street in London, separated by a wall, are the homes of two of history’s most significant musical artists. 25 Brook Street is the house that belonged to George Frideric Handel and the place where he composed some of the world’s most enduring baroque music, including Messiah. On the top floor of 23 Brook Street is the flat where, two centuries later, Jimi Hendrix lived with his girlfriend, record player and guitar. Both were the homes of musical innovators who chose London and changed music. Hendrix Flat opens 10 February 2016.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Opening hours

Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm (8pm on Thursday), Sunday 12pm-6pm. Last admission is 30 minutes before closing. Closed on Mondays and Bank Holidays

Admission charges

£6.50 Adults, £5.50 Concessions, £2.00 Children (5-16 years). Children free entry on Saturdays and Sundays.

Discounts

  • National Art Pass
Getting there

Nearest tube stations are Bond Street and Oxford Circus and there are numerous buses to Oxford Street, Bond Street and Regent Street.

Portraits of Handel and his contemporaries, early Georgian furniture, musical instruments, manuscripts.

Collection details

Fine Art, Music, Performing Arts

Key artists and exhibits

  • Hudson, Mercier, Nazari
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Exhibition: A Year in the Life of Handel 1723

A Year in the Life of Handel: 1723

  • 20 January — 31 August 2016 *on now

We continue our A Year in the Life of Handel exhibition series with an in depth look at 1723 – the year in which Handel took up residence in his Brook Street home. It was a busy year for the composer as his career flourished in the rich cultural life of Georgian London. Loans from national museums will join items from Handel House’s own collection to illustrate highlights of the worlds of theatre, art, literature, politics and science. As before the exhibition will be researched and written by our own Volunteers

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Included in admission charge.

£6.50, £5.50 concessions, £2 children (free on weekends)

Website

http://handelhendrix.org/whats-on/exhibitions/

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Welcome Home Hendrix

Welcome home, Hendrix - SOLD OUT

  • 13 February 2016 6:30-7:30pm *on now

This concert is now sold out

Former Handel House Composer-in-Residence Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian (harp, vocals) is joined by Chris Montague (guitars), Calum Gourlay (bass), and special guest the BAFTA-winning actress Jessica Hynes (vocals). They will present intimate arrangements of Hendrix’s music to celebrate the opening of the Flat; and launch new works based on wall-rubbings by artist Maya Ramsay.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£15, £7 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Re-interpreting Hendrix

Re-interpreting Hendrix - SOLD OUT

  • 14 February 2016 2-3pm

This concert is now sold out.

Benji Kirkpatrick reinterprets the songs of Jimi Hendrix acoustically and focuses on Hendrix’s often overlooked quality as a lyricist and songwriter. Stripping away the guitar and replacing it with bouzouki, mandolin and banjo, the show is set against a backdrop of original artwork created specifically to complement the songs

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£15 and £7 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Recorder Masterclass with Dorothee Oberlinger and Mirjam Munzel

Masterclass: Recorders with Dorothee Oberlinger

  • 16 February 2016 3:30-5pm

Recorder player Dorothee Oberlinger will put Handel House Talent recipient Mirjam Münzel through her paces for a masterclass in The Studio.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£7.50

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/masterclass-recorders-with-dorothee-oberlinger-and-mirjam-munzel

Recorder Masterclass with Dorothee Oberlinger and Olwen Foulkes

Masterclass: Recorders with Dorothee Oberlinger

  • 16 February 2016 1-2:30pm

Recorder player Dorothee Oberlinger will put Handel House Talent recipient Olwen Foulkes through her paces for a masterclass in The Studio

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£7.50

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/masterclass-recorders-with-dorothee-oberlinger-and-olwen-foulkes

Froberger: His Art and Influence

Froberger: his art and influence

  • 18 February 2016 6:30-7:30pm

To commemorate the 400th anniversary of Froberger's birth, Handel House Talent recipient Satoko Doi-Luck (harpsichord) will explore the art of his keyboard music and the influence he had on his fellow composers and beyond

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/froberger-his-art-and-influence

Baroque Odyssey

Baroque Odyssey - SOLD OUT

  • 25 February 2016 6:30-7:30pm

This concert is now sold out

Handel House Talent recipient Eleanor Minney (mezzo-soprano) explores music inspired by the legends of Ancient Greece, featuring works by Rameau, Charpentier, Handel and Purcell

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

The World of JS Bach

The World of JS Bach - SOLD OUT

  • 3 March 2016 6:30-7:30pm

This concert is now sold out.

Nothing exists in a vacuum, even a genius as rare as that of JS Bach. Handel House Talent recipient John Crockatt (violin) presents his music surrounded by works from those composers whom he counted amongst his closest friends

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Friday Late: Adult Pub Trail

Friday Late: Adult Pub Trail

  • 4 March 2016 5-8pm

Come along to Handel & Hendrix in London and participate in its first Friday Late, a monthly late night opening of the building with its own drop-in events programme. The first late opening will be full of fun activities devised by Composer-in-Residence, Hunter Coblentz. Follow a quirky quiz trail around the homes of Handel and Hendrix with fun interactive and immersive experiences to be had. Prizes for the best quiz answers will be given out and all visitors will be given 10% off their first drink at the local pub, the Iron Duke, where the trail will end

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10

Booking
Drop in from 5pm, last admission at 7pm.

Website

http://handelhendrix.org/whats-on/events/friday-late-adult-pub-trail/

Hendrix as Muse

Hendrix as Muse

  • 5 March 2016 2-3:30pm

Dr Christian Lloyd, author of the new Hendrix Flat guide book, will talk about his research for the book and indulge us in anecdotes and facts discovered during his literary journey. The book offers a rare insight into Hendrix at home and Hendrix’s life in London. Christian will sign copies of the book after the talk, which will be available in the gift shop

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£15 and £7 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/hendrix-as-muse

Stanley Sadie Lecture: Handel and London's Playhouse Stars

Stanley Sadie lecture: Handel and London's Playhouse Stars

  • 7 March 2016 6:30-8pm

Handel scholar Dr Berta Joncus will explore the music Handel composed for the stars of London playhouses, and how these performers influenced his works. This lecture is in memory of Stanley Sadie (1930-2005), who was a leading British musicologist and the driving force behind the creation of Handel House

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
Free but booking essential

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/stanley-sadie-memorial-lecture-handel-and-londons-playhouse-stars

British Harpsichord Society: Star Instruments

BHS: Star Instruments

  • 8 March 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Much used in the English and French music, the viol and the harpsichord share a range of repertoire. This programme focuses on viol music set for the keyboard, in a variety of periods, from the beginning of a famous English viol school in the 16th century to the famous French viol master Forqueray from the 18th century.

Marie van Rhijn (harpsichord) will perform these pieces along with arrangements she has prepared herself to further illustrate the fluidity of this repertoire which was often written for other basso continuo instruments such as the theorbo, organ and flute.

Programme
William Byrd (1543-1623)
A lesson of voluntarie, from My Ladye Nevells Booke of Virginal Music

Marin Marais (1656 – 1728)
Pieces in B minor from Second livre de Pièces de viole
Prélude, Courante , Sarabande, Menuets ,Gigue, Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully

Jean-Baptiste-Antoine Forqueray (1699 – 1782)
Suite No.3 in D major from Pièces de viole mises en pieces de clavecin
La Ferrand, La Régente, La Tronchin, La Morangis ou La Plissay

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/british-harpsichord-society-star-instruments

Directed by Handel

Directed by Handel

  • 10 March 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Handel House Talent recipient Olwen Foulkes (recorder) and Nathaniel Mander (harpsichord) present a programme of music popularised, performed, and composed by Handel's fellow London theatre musicians alongside celebrated works by Handel himself. Amongst lesser-known names, this recital will also include music by Corelli, Dieupart, and Sammartini

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Handel on Two Harpsichords

Handel on Two Harpsichords - SOLD OUT

  • 17 March 2016 From 6:30pm

This concert is now sold out

Harpsichordists Nicholas Jackson and Graham Jackson perform works for two harpsichords including Handel’s Suite for Two Harpsichords. Only the first harpsichord part of this work exists, but Thurston Dart (1921-1971) wrote a reconstruction for the second part. The Suite has four movements, the fourth of which is a Chaconne which Handel did not appear to complete. Nicholas Jackson has added a further 24 bars to complete it and this concert will see its first performance. Handel’s grandiose Passacaille is also adapted to two harpsichords.

Other works include JS Bach’s ‘Art of Fugue’ which contains two mirror fugues for two harpsichords which are re-workings of two three-part fugues. Welsh composer Tomkins’ ‘Fancy’ is one of the first known keyboard pieces in duet form. Other works include Mozart’s Fantasia K 594 and Scarlatti’s pupil Soler who wrote six concertos for two organs or harpsichords to play with his pupil the King’s son Prince Gabriel.

Programme
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)
Passacaille in G minor arr. for two Harpsichords by Nicholas Jackson

Suite for Two Harpsichords in C minor (Chaconne completed by Nicholas Jackson)
Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Chaconne

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Contrapuncti 12a & 12b for two harpsichords
‘The Art of Fugue’

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1792)
Duet Sonata in C Major K19d
Allegro, Minuet, Allegretto

Fantasia in F minor K594 for a Mechanical Organ inside a Clock
Adagio, Allegro, Adagio

Thomas Tomkins (1573-1656)
A Fancy for 2 to play

Padre Antonio Soler (1729-1783)
Concerto No.6 in D major for two Harpsichords
Allegro, Minuet and four Variations

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/handel-on-two-harpsichords

Violin Masterclass with Amandine Beyer and John Crockatt

Masterclass: Violin with Amandine Beyer

  • 18 March 2016 11am-12:30pm

Handel House Talent violinist John Crockatt is joined by one of his idols, Amandine Beyer, in an open masterclass in The Studio

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£7.50

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/masterclass-violin-with-amandine-beyer

British Harpsichord Society: Harpsichord Masterclass

BHS: Harpsichord Masterclass

  • 19 March 2016 2-4pm

The British Harpsichord Society welcomes a new generation of harpsichordists to an afternoon masterclass with Nathaniel Mander. It is a chance to delve into the expressive and inspiring world of the beautiful Ruckers style harpsichord at Handel House

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£15 and £7 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/british-harpsichord-society-harpsichord-masterclass-10

Virtuosity in the Early Baroque

Virtuosity in the Early Baroque

  • 24 March 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Most early 17th century composers of instrumental music were also acclaimed virtuoso players themselves. The fruitful imagination of Italian composers such as Marini, Ucellini and Castello contributed to the development of an idiomatic style of writing for the violin, making use of virtuosic runs, leaps and forays into high positions, leading to an expanded range of the instrument's technical and expressive capabilities by the 1650's. Meanwhile, transformative and revolutionary developments in keyboard music were taking place with the work of Frescobaldi, who published his First Book of Toccatas in 1615. All these innovations quickly spread throughout Europe, influencing musicians and composers such as the Austro-German violinist and composer Johann Heinrich Schmelzer. These transformations and works did strongly influence many major composers of the generations ahead.

Grounds (basso ostinato) were often the medium of choice of these instrumental virtuosi and composers to showcase their mastery of their instrument, as well as their contrapuntal writing skills. “La Folia” is one of the earliest and most arranged chordal patterns used for this purpose. In our own arrangement of the old Spanish tune, The Barokers will take you on a journey through three countries and over a hundred years of music-making. The Barokers are Lucía Veintimilla (violin), Jennifer Tsang (recorder), Isabel Esain (viola da gamba) and Yeon-Jeong Jeong (harpsichord).

Programme
Marco Uccellini (c.1603-1680)
Aria sopra la Bergamasca from Il terzo libro delle sonate, arie et correnti a 2. 3. per sonare con diversi instromenti

Dario Castello (c.1590-1658)
Sonata Quarta for 2 sopranos and continuo from Sonate concertate in stil moderno, libro secondo

Jacob van Eyck (c.1590-1657)
Bravade from Der Fluyten Lust-Hof

La Folia
Arrangement by The Barokers

Frescobaldi (1583-1643)
Tocatta decima from Toccate e partite d'intavolatura di cimbalo, libro primo

Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (c.1620-1680)
Sonata terza from Sonatae unarum fidium

Marini, Biagio, (1597-1665)
Sonata sopra La Monica from Sonate, sinfonie, canzoni..., opera VIII

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/virtuosity-in-the-early-baroque

London Handel Festival Concert

London Handel Festival concert

  • 24 March 2016 12-1pm

As part of the London Handel Festival, a special lunchtime concert featuring harpsichordist Laurence Cummings and recorder player Rachel Brown takes place in The Studio

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Booking opens 19 January 2016. Please visit www.london-handel-festival.com for details and booking information.

Website

http://www.london-handel-festival.com

Easter Fun

Easter Fun

  • 27 March 2016 11am-6pm

Drop in to Handel House to enjoy a family friendly Easter trail and a host of Easter activities in our new studio space, perfect for learning activities. The house will be filled with live music and Easter joy.

Please note that drop-in admission will only apply to Handel House and not to Hendrix Flat.

Suitable for

  • Any age
  • Family friendly
  • Especially for children

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £5 children to buy on the door

Booking
Buy on the door

Website

http://handelhendrix.org/whats-on/events/easter-fun/

Recreating Hendrix's Home

Recreating Hendrix’s Home

  • 30 March 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Exhibition designer Catherine Halcrow and Deputy Director Martin Wyatt discuss the process of reconstructing Jimi Hendrix’s flat. From guitars and LPs to wall sconces and wastepaper baskets, they will reveal the challenges of furnishing a 1960s home

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/recreating-hendrixs-home

Mr and Mrs Arne

Mr & Mrs Arne

  • 31 March 2016 6:30-7:30pm

ARCATA BAROQUE explore the life and musical development of Thomas Arne, told through his relationship with two singers; Cecilia Young, a favourite of Handel who became Mrs Arne, and Charlotte Brent, Arne’s protégé and mistress. Elin Harries (soprano), Carina Drury (cello) and Nathaniel Mander (harpsichord) perform

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/mr-mrs-arne

Friday Late: Lyrical Inspiration

Friday Late: Lyrical Inspiration

  • 1 April 2016 5-8pm

Come along to Handel & Hendrix in London and look around their historic homes. Follow lyric-writing prompts planted by our Composer-in-Residence, Hunter Coblentz, to stimulate your poetic responses to what you see and hear. The best lyrics will be chosen by Hunter who will use them to write a song which will be available to listen online with a credit to the lyricist. All visitors will get 10% off their first drink at the Iron Duke, our local pub to finish the evening off

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10

Booking
Drop in from 5pm

Website

http://handelhendrix.org/whats-on/events/friday-lates-lyrical-inspiration/

Trio Aporia

Pièces en Concert

  • 7 April 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Esteemed baroque and contemporary ensemble, Trio Aporia premiere a new work by former Composer-in-Residence Edwin Hillier, alongside Rameau’s wonderfully theatrical Pièces en concert and enchanting and exotic Rameau-inspired new music from Geoffrey Poole and Duncan Druce. Trio Aporia are Stephen Preston (flute), Richard Boothby (viola da gamba) and Jane Chapman (harpsichord)

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/pieces-en-concert

British Harpsichord Society: The Splendour of Venice

BHS: The Splendour of Venice

  • 12 April 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Carole Cerasi (harpsichord) explores some of the most exciting and pleasing keyboard music to come out of La Serenissima in the course of two centuries. From Giovanni Picchi’s almost barbaric dances, via Bernardo Storace’s imaginative and exciting Ciacconas and Passacaglias, to Baldassare Galuppi’s elegant and lyrical sonatas, the music of Venice offers far more than Vivaldi’s ubiquitous violin concertos. A number of these wonderful works were appropriated by Bach as a way of absorbing the Italian style, and his version of the Concerto RV310 provides a suitably exuberant ending to this recital. Galuppi told the historian Charles Burney that the definition of good music is ‘vaghezza, chiarezza, e buona modulazione’ (beauty, clearness, and good modulation). There is no doubt that the strongest candidate for those qualities in this programme is JS Bach; however each of the Italian composers presented has a clear and individual voice that is far too seldom heard and deserves to be enjoyed.

The programme will include works by Giovanni Picchi, Bernardo Storace, JS Bach, Antonio Vivaldi and Baldassare Galuppi

Suitable for

  • Family friendly

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/british-harpsichord-society-the-splendour-of-venice

Much Ado About Music

Much Ado About Music

  • 14 April 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Baroque Encounter explore the atmospheric and enchanting world of music written for the theatre, most notably Restoration Theatre, created and designed to be played and sung both on and off stage. Baroque Encounter are Glenn Kesby (counter tenor), Lauren Brant (recorders) and Claire Williams (harpsichord) with guest performer David Beaney (recorders)

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/much-ado-about-music

The World of the Sun King

The World of the Sun King

  • 21 April 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Ensemble Ste. Geneviève presents an evocative mix of music written in Paris around the time of King Louis XIV. Secular and sacred vocal music is mixed with instrumental pieces to capture the spirit of the time. Ensemble Ste. Geneviève are Emily Atkinson (soprano), Ben Sansom (violin), Mary Pells (viola da gamba) and Martin Knizia (harpsichord)

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/the-world-of-the-sun-king

Signor Corelli's Violin

Signor Corelli’s Violin

  • 24 April 2016 2-3:30pm

Corelli’s fiery influence stems far and wide, determining the virtuoso violin fireworks seen in Handel, Vivaldi and Leclair’s stunning trio sonatas. The Brook Street Band perform and are Rachel Harris, Farrah Scott (violins), Tatty Theo (cello) and Carolyn Gibley (harpsichord)

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£15 and £7 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/signor-corellis-violin

Handel meets Hendrix: Places in Time

Handel meets Hendrix: Places in Time

  • 27 April 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Two renowned musical innovators, Mark Wingfield (electric guitar) and Jane Chapman (harpsichord) encapsulate the legacy of Handel and Hendrix conjuring atmospheric and exciting 21st century musical worlds. Harpsichord and electric guitar create an exhilarating merging of sound

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/handel-meets-hendrix-places-in-time

The Harp at Chiswick House

The Harp at Chiswick House

  • 28 April 2016 6:30-7:30pm

Serafina Steer (harp) presents a programme of harp music associated with Chiswick House, the 3rd Earl of Burlington and later Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/the-harp-at-chiswick-house

Harpsichord Masterclass with Menno van Delft and Satoko Doi-Luck

Masterclass: harpsichord with Menno van Delft

  • 29 April 2016 1-3pm

Esteemed harpsichordist, Menno van Delft will work with Handel House Talent recipient Satoko Doi-Luck in a masterclass held in The Studio

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£10 and £6 students

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/masterclass-harpsichord-with-menno-van-delft-and-satoko-doi-luck

Harpsichord Masterclass with Menno van Delft and Aidan Phillips

Masterclass: harpsichord with Menno van Delft

  • 29 April 2016 11am-12:30pm

Esteemed harpsichordist, Menno van Delft will work with Handel House Talent recipient Aidan Phillips in a masterclass held in The Studio

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Tickets
£7.50

Booking
Booking line: +44(0)20 7399 1953
Friends booking: Monday 16 November, 10am
Public booking: Monday 30 November, 10am

Website

https://www.arttickets.org.uk/handel-hendrix-in-london/masterclass-harpsichord-with-menno-van-delft-and-aidan-phillips

Getting there

Nearest tube stations are Bond Street and Oxford Circus and there are numerous buses to Oxford Street, Bond Street and Regent Street.

Handel & Hendrix in London
25 Brook Street
Mayfair
London
Greater London
W1K 4HB
England

Website

www.handelhendrix.org

E-mail

mail@handelhendrix.org

Telephone

Information

020 7495 1685

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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