Handel for All

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Handel for All

All Handel’s music online, on film, free, anytime, anywhere.

The English Concert is embarking on an ambitious journey to build a new legacy, by filming every single piece of Handel’s music and creating an online resource that is free and accessible to anyone, anywhere.

Handel for All will offer:

  • Online library which when complete will feature video recordings of all of Handel’s works available anywhere, anytime for free
  • As new works are recorded they will be added to the online portal
  • Vivid and engaging performances
  • A rich and accessible resource for people of all ages and abilities
  • Insight and knowledge shared by leading musicians
  • Support for the continuing development of the outstanding talent of the future
  • New interpretations of well-known pieces as well as pieces that are seldom heard
  • The chance for TEC to develop its audiences of the future
  • Digital and self-led sessions for use in schools and at home
  • Music Minus One – interactive digital learning materials
  • A rich resource for academic institutions and cultural researchers

Join us as we capture a new golden age in music. All of Handel’s music, filmed and accessible for all.

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A new legacy for all

The English Concert has been the leading interpreter of Handel’s music for almost 50 years, celebrating and sharing the work of Britain’s most famous composer and making it relevant to audiences of today.

Now we are building a new legacy and we invite you to join a voyage of discovery. One that will allow you to explore new interpretations of well-known pieces. One where you will discover pieces seldom heard.

By embracing the possibilities and reach of digital technology, Handel for all will give people of all ages, everywhere, the chance to enjoy a unique musical heritage.

Handel for all will provide a rich and accessible resource of vivid and engaging performances, support the development of early career musicians, give children and young people the chance to participate through interactive digital learning materials, provide digital and self-led sessions for use in schools and at home, and provide a resource for academic institutions and cultural researchers.


Director’s Circle

George and Daphne Burnett

Handel Champions

Alison Balsom and Sam Mendes
Alan Gemes
Dr Richard Golding
Joe and Lucy
and Sally Reeve

The English Concert in America

Robert L. Turner

The Sarah and Howard Solomon Foundation

Judith G. Smith

Paul J. Sekhri

Andrew Martin Weber

Beth and Gary Glynn

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stark

And other anonymous donors


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