Get ready for a clash of cultures as NEW music is performed on OLD instruments at New Baroque! Immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies, rustic sounds, driving rhythms and magic of a live orchestra. This in-person performance features stunning violin soloist Ada Witczyk, the latest winners of the international Ruzickova Composition Competition, and an orchestra led by baroque violin legend Simon Standage.
Complete your Sunday experience by visiting Mercato Mayfair’s fabulous food stalls (open from 12pm) after the show for a bit of indulgence.
When: Sun 29 Oct, 10.30am
Where: Mercato Mayfair, North Audley Street, London, W1K 6ZA
The London Handel Festival
The London Handel Festival’s Autumn Series begins in October with a range of events taking place at St George’s, Hanover Square — Handel’s church.
On October 25, The London Handel Players perform a special programme to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Handel moving into his home in Brook Street. This concert is in partnership with Handel Hendrix House.
The LHF 2024 Festival Launch takes place on 9 November open to all Members of LHF where Festival Director Gregory Batsleer and Musical Director Laurence Cummings will introduce the 2024 Festival. Later that month on 17 November, Adrian Butterfield and 2023 International Handel Singing Competition winner Florian Störtz are joined by Southbank Sinfonia for the concert From Muffat to Mozart, 100 years of glorious Baroque music.
Closing the Autumn Series on 7 December is the LHF’s renowned Messiah. This year, for the first time in his tenure, Musical Director Laurence Cummings conducts Handel’s masterpiece with the London Handel Orchestra, Choir of St George’s and soloists, Fflur Wyn, Anita Monserrat, William Wallace and Morgan Pearse.
Bridgewood & Neitzert
Expert restoration led by a passion and dedication for sound.
Founded 1982, widely recognised as one of the UK’s leading violin dealers,
restorers and makers offering a complete service to all string players from
student to professional, both modern and baroque.
Early Music Shop On-Line Web Site
Now you can browse the world’s largest source of early and historical musical instruments online, covering a vast catalogue of mediaeval, renaissance and baroque musical instruments. Thousands of products make this the largest and most comprehensive site of its kind on the web.
Violin String Shop
Violin String Shop offers a vast range of violin strings and accessories from manufacturers including Pirastro, Thomastik, D’Addario, Larsen, Jargar and Savarez Corelli.
British Viola Society
The British Viola Society (BVS) was originally formed as the English Viola Society in September 2007 by Professor John White (Honorary President) and Dr Louise Lansdown (President). The society aims to support, promote and encourage every aspect of playing, composing and research relevant to the viola in Great Britain. The rich and vast heritage of wonderful British violists and compositions gives the society a secure and multi-faceted foundation.
The society exists for the benefit of violists. If you would like to get involved, join the society, teaching, congresses etc., please visit the BVS website for contact details and joining information
London Cello Institute
The London Cello Institute provides cello lessons and courses for adults, from absolute beginners to very advanced cello students.
The Belsize Society (formerly the Belsize Residents Association)
The Belsize Society (BelSoc) is a charitable incorporated organisation, representing and run by local people interested in conserving and enhancing our area. We address issues such as conservation, street trees, local public services, traffic and parking and we aim to promote an increased sense of community through social events and four newsletters a year. Please read more about us and how to join us at http://www.belsize.org.uk/
The Belsize Baroque Orchestra is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.