Please note: This concert is in the past and has already taken place.


Handel and Hendrix in London
23 & 25 Brook Street



Thomas Augustine ArneCantata 'The Morning'
Henry PurcellThe Fairy Queen: 'Hark, the Echoing Air'
Henry PurcellI'll sail upon the Dog Star, Z.571 no.6
George Frideric HandelAlceste, HWV 45
Domenico ScarlattiKeyboard Sonata in C major, K.159
Thomas Augustine ArneWhere the bee sucks
George Frideric HandelAthalia, HWV 52
George Frideric HandelOttone: La speranza e giunta in porto, HWV15
François CouperinLe Rossignol en amour; La Linote efarouche
George Frideric HandelSemele, HWV 58: 'Where e’er you walk'


Charles MacDougall – tenor
Katarzyna Kowalik – harpsichord

Programme Note

For this May’s Museums at Night, we’re celebrating the annual fortnight-long festival that gave Mayfair its name.   

This May we have an evening of live music, performances and interactive activities to celebrate a forgotten part of London’s history.

On the first floor, in Handel’s Music Room, Baroque musicians Charles MacDougall (tenor) and Katarzyna Kowalik (harpsichord) will reveal a narrative celebrating the coming of Spring using some of Handel’s greatest operatic pieces.

Other performances will take place throughout the house, including an acoustic set by English folk songstress Olivia Chaney. 

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