Rachel Brown  flute and recorder


Adrian Butterfield  violin


Oliver Webber  violin


Clare Salaman  violin and hurdy-gurdy


Rachel Byrt  viola


Katherine Sharman  cello and gamba


Cecelia Bruggemeyer  double bass


Peter Buckoke double bass


Silas Wollston  harpsichord and organ


Three Bach Cantatas, One Theme: Who is my Neighbour? NEW Recording available to purchase from 7pm on Monday, 7th September.

Music for Palm Sunday, London Handel Players, April 2020

 Watch this introduction to our exciting new Baroque dance project!

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The London Handel Players is a world class ensemble bringing together leading period-instrument specialists in the field of baroque chamber music.

From the smallest forces (duos, trios and quartets) our ensemble expands to flute/recorder with strings and harpsichord (larger-scale chamber works and concertos) to present a vast repertoire of gems from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. As well as our collaborations with renowned singers such as Dame Emma Kirkby, Daniel Taylor, Charles Daniels and Peter Harvey, the London Handel Players present ground-breaking choreographies with celebrated baroque dancers, Mary Collins and Steven Player, and innovative crossover (baroque/folk) programmes with Celtic fiddler Alasdair Fraser and his cellist duo partner Natalie Haas.

Closely associated with the London Handel Festival, we perform regularly at Handel’s church, St George’s Hanover Square and at the Handel House Museum and Wigmore Hall in addition to music societies and festivals worldwide.


London Handel Players Live Concert


"Consummate skill and musicianship"

We are pleased to announce that we will be performing three beautiful Bach cantatas on 6th September at 4pm at All Saints’ Church, Tilford.

Tickets for the live concert are £20 and details are on the Tilford Bach Festival website Click Here


For those unable to attend in person tickets to watch the concert online will be available for purchase from this website from 7pm on Monday 7th September and will cost £15.

Vivien Schweitzer

New York Times, 30th January, 2012

Purchase online tickets in advance