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Early Music Concerts 2010-2011: (UK) Handel House Museum -- Events At A Glance

Contributed by Admin on Nov 02, 2010

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 If you have time, please visit the ever so busy concert schedule of the Handel House Museum. A little something for everyone.

Thursday 4 November, 6.30pm     
Composer-in-Residence season: Jane Chapman
An Alchemist's Dream - Jane Chapman

Tuesday 9 November, 6.30pm     
Hop, Skip and a Jump
With Tom Foster

Thursday 11 November, 6.30pm     
Composer-in-Residence season: House Music
Handel House will become a sound house with each room becoming an individual performance space to be experienced in a promenade-like fashion.

Monday 15 November, 6.30pm - SOLD OUT     
Stanley Sadie Memorial Lecture Christopher Hogwood CBE : Performing Handel
We are delighted to be able to welcome the celebrated conductor, musicologist and keyboard player Christopher Hogwood CBE, to deliver this year’s Stanley Sadie Memorial Lecture in the elegant library of the Royal Institution.

Thursday 18 November, 6.30pm     
Composer-in-Residence season: juice
The experimental a cappella trio juice draw on world music, jazz, folk and pop in their alt-classical performances.

Saturday 20 November, 7.00pm     
Dangerous Liaisons–Forbidden Love Spirituoso and guests
Ensemble-in-Residence, Spirituoso will take the audience on a moving journey through elements of art in 18th century Europe .Exploring contrasting passions... love, lust, deception, grief and joy are enacted through music and movement, uniting two characters in a forbidden love. Spirituoso and guest artists on period instruments and baroque dance.

Thursday 25 November, 6.30pm SOLD OUT     
Handel’s Recorder Sonatas
Kohei Koike (recorder) and Nicholas Parle (harpsichord) perform Handel’s Complete Recorder Sonatas.

Sunday 28 November, 3-4pm     
Master and Apprentice
For the 300th anniversary of Thomas Arne’s birth the Burney Players will perform a concert of his music interspersed with reading from Charles Burney’s diaries.

For more information, visit the Handel House Museum website.