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Considered to be one of the leading Baroque composers of his time, George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) is celebrated for his operas, oratorios and chamber music. He adopted the nickname ‘The Great Bear’ due to his size and nature. He never married in his lifetime, and he died a very wealthy man aged 74. This blog offers five facts about this private man, his music and his legacy.

As a part of our Autumn 2018 touring season, we'll be presenting the music of Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa in our Triple Bill, under the title 'I will not speak'.

Hannah Leddy interviews score maker Peter Jones, who has prepared the new edition of ETO's Autumn 2013 production of Agrippina.

Last week we made a start on the exciting process of putting together a new production; Handel's Xerxes. See our plans for this project and its supporters.

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