London Handel Players joins O’Carroll Artist & Project Management’s roster
O’Carroll Artist & Project Management is delighted to announce management of the renowned period ensemble, the London Handel Players. Praised by the New York Times for their “soulful depth” and their “consummate skill and musicianship”, the London Handel Players captivate audiences across the world with their performances and recordings. The London Handel Players have performed across Canada and the United States, making their New York debut at the Frick Museum in 2012 and returning to perform at Carnegie Hall in 2014. Concerts have included performances at the Wigmore Hall, Kings Lynn Festival, Internationale Händel-Festpiele Göttingen, Varazdin Baroque Evenings, Spitalfields Festival, Newbury Spring Festival, Halle International Handel, Brighton Early Music Festival, East Cork Early Music Festival and in Spain, Ireland, Germany and Croatia.
Classical Music Magazine: These Women’s Works – Tasmin Little/Chandos
‘Not-so-little women emerge from the shadows’ Steve Moffat, Limelight Magazine, 20 May 2019
BEACH • SMYTH • CLARA SCHUMANN (TASMIN LITTLE, JOHN LENEHAN)
Not-so-little women emerge from the shadows.
Cellist Jonathan Swensen wins 1st Prize at the 2019 Windsor Festival International String Competition.
We are delighted to announce that cellist, Jonathan Swensen won 1st Prize at the 2019 Windsor Festival International String Competition. 2nd Prize was awarded to cellist Jamal Aliyev and 3rd Prize to violinist, Mathilde Milwidsky.
London Handel Player’s final Charterhouse concert of this Spring 2019 takes place on 5 May
Tickets for the London Handel Player’s concerts at The Charterhouse on 5 May are available on https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/london-handel-players-at-the-charterhouse-handel-vivaldi-tickets-53256474549
Don’t miss this beautiful concert in the most glorious of settings on Sunday, 5 May. A perfect way to pass away an hour on a Sunday afternoon.