Katarzyna Kowalik: Harpsichordist, Early Music Specialist
26/04/2018   7:30 PM
Royal Baroque: Italian Greatest Hits of the 1600s.
Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead, London NW3 1DN
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Royal Baroque ensemble:

Christiane Eidsten Dahl – baroque violin
Rebecca Vučetić – recorders
Kaisa Pulkkinen – baroque harp, recorders
Kate Conway – viola da gamba
Katarzyna Kowalik - harpsichord

Music by Merula, Marini, Uccellini, Vivaldi and others.

Part of the Baroquestock Festival
27/04/2018   7:00 PM
Hanseatic Reflections
Schott Music London, 48 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7BB
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Naomi Okuda Wooderson - recorder
Chris Hartland - oboe
Jan Zahourek - viola da gamba
Katarzyna Kowalik - harpsichord

Music by Handel, Telemann, Mattheson, Roman, Linike.
16/05/2018   4:00 PM
Classical Opera Educational Project Finale
TBC

Each year Classical Opera deliver annual MOZART 250 Education Project to between 60 and 120 primary school children and their teachers. Through a series of workshops with period-instrument musicians, children learn about Mozart’s music, devise their own plots and texts, compose their own music and finally perform their finished operas to an audience of family and friends.
18/05/2018   7:00 PM
The May Fayre
Handel & Hendrix in London
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Inspired by the infamous annual celebration that took place near Brook Street for most of the 18th century, we’re bringing back the May Fayre for the 2018 Museums at Night festival.

An extra special evening of live Baroque music, dramatic performances and interactive activities to celebrate the history of Mayfair.

Venue: Handel House and the Hendrix Flat
Tickets: £15-25
20/05/2018   6:00 PM
Jane Austen's Music - Literary Music
Tabley House, Knutsford, Cheshire
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A programme dedicated to Jane Austen, featuring music from the period, readings and anecdotes, presented by the Literary Music.
www.literarymusic.co.uk
22/05/2018   6:30 PM
Music and Medicine - Royal Baroque ensemble
Handel & Hendrix in London
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Royal Baroque return to Handel House to perform music by composers such as Marais, Froberger, and Handel. The pieces reflect the composers' illnesses, anxieties concerning surgery without anaesthesia as well as the remedies of the time and healing powers of music.

Tickets: £12
10/11/2018   10:00 AM
Couperin 350th Anniversary
The Old Library and Chapel, Emmanuel College, Cambridge
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On Saturday 10 November 2018, the exact 350th anniversary of the birth of the great French composer François Couperin (1668 – 1733), there will be celebration featuring a complete performance of his keyboard works in one day, on harpsichord, spinet, clavichord and organ. This will include the four books of Pièces de clavecin (1713, 1717, 1722 and 1730) in order, as well as the two organ masses.

The professional performers will include Mark Kroll, Jane Clark, Penelope Cave, Katarzyna Kowalik, Aidan Phillips, Luke Green, Satoko Doi-Luck, Jonathan Hellyer Jones, Mark Purcell, Francis Knights, Dan Tidhar and many others.


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