Together, Elspeth Robertson and Nathaniel Mander present a recorder and harpsichord recital at the Handel House Museum.
The recorder is an instrument with a long and diverse history, meaning that today’s recorder player has a rich and varied repertoire to select from. Elspeth will explore this body of repertoire with a programme journeying through the 17th and 18th centuries, featuring works by some of the most highly renowned composers of the time.
At its heart will be flamboyant Italian works accompanied by French, German and Dutch repertoire. Elspeth will also showcase a range of recorder instruments – from the early Ganassi-style soprano to the 18th century voiceflute.
Elspeth Robertson is part of Handel House Talent, an new scheme to further the career development of promising young professional baroque music performers.