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Too Hot to Handel Too

On November 11, 2010, squib-box presented Too Hot To Han­del Too at Handel House Museum.

The Handel House Museum is located on the upper floors of 25 and 23 Brook Street, London. 25 Brook Street was the res­i­dence of George Frid­eric Han­del between 1723 and 1759 and 23 Brook Street was the home to rock leg­end Jimi Hen­drix 1968–1969.

After the crit­i­cal acclaim of Too Hot To Han­del, squib-box was invited back to the Han­del House Museum to cel­ebrate the genius of these two musi­cal leg­ends simul­ta­ne­ously. In this sequel, we imagined what would have hap­pened if Han­del and Hen­drix would have met as neigh­bors and the jam ses­sion that would have followed.

Loré Lix­en­berg — mezzo-soprano
Mark Knoop — harp­si­chord
Adam de la Cour — voice/guitar
Fed­erico Reuben — live elec­tron­ics
Dominic Lash — dou­ble bass
Steve Noble — drums
Neil Luck — miscellaneous

 


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