Friends


Friends Private View of 'The Music Party' and exhibition of 
paintings and drawings by Marcellus Laroon (1679-1772)

Handel House Museum, the home where George Frideric Handel lived and composed from 1723 until his death in 1759, is a beautiful combination of historic house and performance venue. It has a vibrant and unique atmosphere with daily music rehearsals, weekly concerts and exhibitions.

By joining the Friends you will enjoy free admission to the House, as well as advance information and priority booking for live music, events and workshops. Your donation will enable us to continue our education programme, and develop our partnership with the Royal National Institute of Blind People.

Handel House Friends celebrate Handel and inspire others to learn about and appreciate his music, his life and his home.

Join or Renew now. Choose from 3 levels of membership:

Aria Supporters from £40

  • Unlimited free general admission for 1 person per year
  • Newsletters and Live Music and Events mailings 3 times a year
  • Priority booking period on all Handel House events

Sonata Supporters from £75

  • Unlimited free general admission for 2 people per year (can be a joint membership)
  • Newsletters and Live Music and Events mailings 3 times a year
  • Priority booking period on all Handel House events
  • Invitation to Friends events

Cantata Supporters from £175

  • Unlimited free general admission for 2 people per year (can be a joint membership)
  • Newsletters and Live Music and Events mailings 3 times a year
  • Priority booking period on all Handel House events
  • Invitations to Friends events
  • Complimentary Handel House diary
  • Invitations to supporter events

For more information please contact Elizabeth Nicholson on +44 (0)20 7399 1964 or email Elizabeth.

  • George Frideric Handel

    Read about Handel's life & key points in his career. The Royal Collection © 2011, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  • The House

    25 Brook Street, Handel's home for 36 years. Find out how he lived & worked here & its restoration in 2001.
  • Jimi Hendrix

    Jimi Hendrix moved to 23 Brook Street in 1968 with girlfriend Kathy Etchingham image © Barrie Wentzell.
  • Capital Project

    Find out more about our plans to develop the museum
  • Photo Gallery

    See images of Handel, the House and much more!
  • Media and Music

    Click here to view our latest films about the museum, exhibitions and much more.
  • Musicians of the Month

    Find out more about the musicians who perform at Handel House
  • Calendar

    View all concerts and exhibitions here.
  • Donate

    Help safeguard Handel House's future by donating now.
  • Thank you

    Handel House receives no public subsidy and thanks individuals, trusts and foundations for their support.