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Handel Remixed: Volume II – 3 October 2020

Handel Remixed: Volume II – 3 October 2020

Saturday 3 October, 4pm and 7pm, Unit 8 Copeland Park, Copeland Road, Peckham, London SE15 3SN

After last year’s exhilarating debut appearance, Festival Voices return to the London Handel Festival with a varied setlist of well-known Handelian choruses and arias from the Coronation Anthems, Jephtha and Tamerlano, remixed live with electronic music in FV’s unique house style. Featuring baroque ensemble, chorus and a wicked dose of playfulness, Handel Remixed: Volume II will challenge conventions, surprise the sense and inspire the imagination in ways the composer would no doubt have utterly relished.

FESTIVAL VOICES
ENSEMBLE FV
GREGORY BATSLEER Conductor
NICO BENTLEY Producer/DJ

Performance running time is approximately 50 minutes.

This event is advanced booking only.

Audience members will be positioned standing in household / support bubble groups of one, or two up to a maximum of three people in distanced ‘pods’. As part of the booking process you will be asked to tell us how you want your tickets configured.

This is a standing only event, please contact the London Handel Festival Box Office to discuss access and seating requirements email:Boxofffice@LondonHandelFestival.org.uk

We are implementing Covid-19 safe arrangements for our audiences based on current government guidance and following robust risk assessment. It is vital, for your own health and safety and that of others, that you adhere to the arrangements that have been put in place and can be found here.

The audience will have their temperature screened on arrival at the venue.  If we assess (at our sole discretion) that your temperature is 38oC or above, you, and those who were to be in your household/support bubble, will not be allowed to enter the venue and the face value of your tickets will be refunded within 7 days to the card you used for booking the tickets.  Temperature data is only used for the purposes of assessing conditions of entry and is not retained in any way.

The UK Government and the NHS have recently released guidelines on how businesses should maintain records of visitors to their venues in order to support the NHS Test and Trace Service in England. As part of the booking process you will be asked to give an up to date telephone number on which you can be contacted for Test and Trace purposes.