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Southbank Sinfonia Baroque

12th April 2013

Friday 12 April  7pm
St George’s, Hanover Square, St George Street
London, W1S 1FX


Southbank Sinfonia Baroque
Adrian Butterfield director
Vox Musica: Michael Berman conductor
Bethany Seymour soprano
Tom Verney counter-tenor

A rich programme of works from the great musical centres of
Handel’s Europe. His exhuberant Te Deum, written to celebrate
the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, was his first commission from the
Royal Family and established his career in London.

Handel   Overture: Alexander’s Feast
Rameau   Suite from Hippolyte et Aricie
Zelenka   Magnificat in C major
Corelli   Concerto Grosso Op 6 No 7 in D major
Handel   Utrecht Te Deum

Tickets: £12 - free to full-time students - unreserved seating

Booking will start online on 14 January and by telephone on 21 January

Adrian Butterfield

Bethany Seymour

Tom Verney

Past Events

HANDEL MESSIAH 4th December 2014 More Details
OXFORD BAROQUE 12th April 2014 More Details
HANDEL DEBORAH 9th April 2014 More Details
HSC SHOWCASE 4th April 2014 More Details
LA SERENISSIMA 31st March 2014 More Details
HANDEL ARIODANTE 20th March 2014 More Details
LA NUOVA MUSICA 12th March 2014 More Details
HANDEL MESSIAH 5th December 2013 More Details
HSC Final 2013 11th April 2013 More Details
Coffee Cantata 9th April 2013 More Details
Handel Imeneo 14th March 2013 More Details

London Handel Festival

Horton House
8 Ditton Street
UK, TA19 0BQ


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