Handel + Haydn Society To Stream New Concerts Through Fall

By Logan Martell

The Handel and Haydn Society has announced that it will stream five new concerts through the fall, featuring company musicians performing works from Handel, Bach, Vivaldi, and more.

The weekly streams are free, but the suggested donation for listeners is $10; season subscribers and donors of over $100 will receive additional content and early access to performances.

“We are committed to bringing our audience the incredible historically informed performances they have come to expect from H+H even during this pandemic,” said David Snead, President and CEO of the Handel and Haydn Society, in a press release. “We miss you in the concert hall and are delighted to be finding new ways to share our music!”

Their concerts will begin with on September 29 with “The Magic of Bach,” performed at Fraser Studio. The program includes works such as “Trio Sonata in G Major, BMV 1038,” and “Trio Sonata in G Major, BMV 1039.”

The season continues on October 13 with “The Magic of Vivaldi,” and a concert titled “Glories of the Baroque” on October 27.

On November 8, the company will present one performance of “Every Voice,” a concert that celebrates the voices of the Boston community. Led by countertenor Reginal Mobley, this year’s concert will honor women and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

Their fall programming will conclude on November 24, with “The Magic of Handel.”