The Institute publishes a Newsletter twice a year. Regular items include short research articles, and previews and reviews of Handel festivals, conferences and opera productions, in the UK and overseas.
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Articles from past newsletters:
Ruth Smith: ‘Timotheus, Alexander, Semele and Handel’
Donald Burrows: ‘Carestini and the Italian movements in Handel’s English oratorios’
Donald Burrows: ‘”Something necessary to the connection”: Charles Jennens, James Hunter and Handel’s Samson’
Anthony Hicks: ‘Acis and Galatea in 1736’
David Charlton: ‘The Frenchman who met Handel’
Andrew V. Jones: ‘Percy Young (1912–2004): an appreciation’