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St Matthew Passion

Soloists:
Rogers Covey-Crump
Sion Goronwy
Grace Davidson (replacing Rachel Nicholls)
Simon Baker
Ian Partridge
Christopher Dixon

London Handel Orchestra
leader Adrian Butterfield
conducted by Denys Darlow

St George's, Hanover Square, London

Good Friday, 18th April 2003 at 2.30pm

Part of the London Handel Festival 2003


Queen's Jubilee Concert
St George's, Hanover Square, London
Wednesday 29th May 2002 at 7.00pm

HANDEL
Concerto Grosso in E minor, op. 6 no. 3
The Choice of Hercules
Cantata: Diana cacciatrice
Ode for St Cecilia's Day

Soloists
Emma Kirkby (soprano)
Julianne de Villiers (mezzo-soprano)
Clint van der Linde (counter-tenor)
Ian Partridge (tenor)

The London Handel Choir and Orchestra
conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras / Denys Darlow

Part of the 25th London Handel Festival
10th March to 29th May 2002




Handel House Birthday Concert

Messiah

Sally Bradshaw
David Bates
Ian Partridge
Christopher Dixon

Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra
conducted by Laurence Cummings

St George's, Hanover Square, London

Saturday 23rd February 2002 at 6.30pm

Come and Sing - rehearsal at 3.30pm
£12/£10 to sing; £10/£8 audience
Book through the Handel House Museum: 020 7495 1685


Handel House Celebration Concert
Thursday 22 November 2001, 7.00pm
St George’s Church, Hanover Square
London, W1

Those taking part:
Sir Charles Mackerras
Denys Darlow
Laurence Cummings
Simon Callow
Lesley Garrett
Joanne Lunn
Louise Winter
Ian Partridge
Mark Dobell
Michael George
Simon Williams
London Handel Players

Adrian Butterfield, Rachel Brown, Laurence Cummings
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Box Office
020 8244 3651
£30 – Nave – SOLD OUT
£20 – Side Aisles and Front Row of the Gallery – SOLD OUT
£10 – Restricted View in the Side Aisles and the Rear Gallery

Programme:

1. Handel Concerto Grosso opus 6 no 5 in D major HWV 323
OAE and Sir Charles Mackerras conductor

2. Simon Callow – A description of life in Georgian London 1739

3. Handel Serse HWV 40 "Frondi tenere…Ombra mai fu"
Michael Chance counter-tenor
Louise Winter mezzo-soprano, OAE and Laurence Cummings conductor

4. Handel Rodelinda HWV 19 "Vivi Tiranno"
Michael Chance counter-tenor

Samson HWV 57 "Let the Bright Seraphim"
Lesley Garrett , OAE and Laurence Cummings conductor

5. Keeble Voluntary number 1 in G major
Roseingrave Double Fugue in E minor
Simon Williams organ

6. Handel L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato HWV 55
Duet "As steals the morn upon the night" – Joanne Lunn soprano, Mark Dobell tenor
Air & Chorus "These delights if thou canst give" Mark Dobell tenor
OAE, London Handel Chorus and Denys Darlow conductor

Interval

6a. Simon Callow – Reading from Ode to St Cecilia’s Day by Alexander Pope.

7. Handel "Look Down, Harmonious Saint" (In Praise of harmony)
Ian Partridge tenor, OAE and Denys Darlow conductor

8. Handel Guilio Cesare HWV 17 "Svegliatevi nel core"
Louise Winter mezzo-soprano, OAE and Sir Charles Mackerras conductor

9. Handel Trio Sonata Opus 2 no 1
London Handel Players

10. Simon Callow – Musical side to Handel and the end of his life.

11. Handel Messiah HWV 56 "Rejoice Greatly"
Lesley Garrett soprano, OAE and Sir Charles Mackerras conductor

12. Handel Messiah HWV 56 "The Trumpet shall sound"
Michael George bass, OAE and Sir Charles Mackerras conductor

13.Handel Messiah HWV 56 "Hallelujah Chorus"
All and the OAE and Sir Charles Mackerras conductor