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A Feast of Handel!

Music and anecdotes to celebrate Handel's 250th anniversary, served with light refreshments!

Thursday 19th March at 7:30pm:
Heston Community Centre, Vicarage Farm Road, Hounslow TW5 0EE

Friday 20th March at 7:30pm:
St Margarets Roman Catholic Church, St Margarets Road, TW1 1RL

Saturday, 21st March at 7:30pm:
Isleworth Public Hall, South Street, Isleworth, TW7 7BG

 

A Feast of Handel

We performed a selection of Handel’s music – both sacred and secular – to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the great composer’s death.

Janet Oates – Conductor
Helena Brown – Musical Director

Part 1
Coronation Anthem: The King Shall Rejoice Chorus
Readings 1 - Caroline Slater and Stan Streather
Samson: Recitative and Aria : Let the Bright Seraphim Anthony Agius, Janet Oates, Alison Jackson
Israel in Egypt: Duet: The Lord is my strength Sally Pinney, Jacqui Siverstone
Readings 2 - Caroline Slater, Stan Streather, Neville Bayross, Tom Beaton and Rohan D'Souza
Messiah: Duet: O death, where is thy sting followed by Chorus: Thanks be to God Gerald Place, Neville Bayross and Chorus


Part 2
Italian Cantata: Nice, che fa? che pensa Janet Oates
Introduction to Alcina - Laurence Slater and Caroline Slater
Alcina, Act 3 Julia Hessey, Jacqui Silverstone, Rohan D’Souza,: Delia Steven, Sally Pinney, Len Marchant, Chorus

Singers:

Sopranos:
Julia Hessey
Sally Pinney

Jacqui Silverstone
Martine Meyer

Altos:
Neville Bayross
Rohan D’Souza
Delia Steven

Tenors:
Gerald Place

Basses:
Stan Streather
Anthony Agius
Tom Beaton
Len Marchant

Orchestra:

Violins:
Nicola Jackman (leader)
Chris Hobson
Linda McDonald
Robert Beattie
Anna Page


Violas
Fleur Hatherall
Tony Wilson


Cello
Jeanette Edwards

Viola da gamba
Gerald Place

Double Bass
Katherine Morrison

Recorders
Stephen Bower
Margaret Berger


Bassoon

Anna Bosanquet

Trumpets
Alison Jackson
Helen Minors


Harpsichord
Keiko Hadjipetrov
Norman MacSween
Helena Brown


 

 

 
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