The Handel Institute
The Handel Institute

Forthcoming Recordings

Note: This is a selective list of forthcoming commercial recordings that will feature Handel's music, but release dates will vary between different territories. Some things below might be available in some parts of Europe long before they are released elsewhere. We try to avoid unsubstantiated gossip, and generally will only tell you about recordings that have been confirmed by the labels or the artists as already "in the can". There is useful listing of recent, new and forthcoming recordings of baroque music maintained at Presto Classical.

Messiah (HWV 56)

Messiah DoyleJulia Doyle (soprano)
Tim Mead (countertenor)
Thomas Hobbs (tenor)
Roderick Williams (bass)
RIAS Kammerchor
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin
Justin Doyle
2 CDs

Alexander's Feast (HWV 75)

Alexander's Feast Ghirlanda Vox OrchesterMarie Sophie Pollak (soprano)
Tobias Hunger (tenor)
Krešimir Stražanac (bass)
Vox Chor
Vox Orchester
Lorenzo Ghirlanda

Human Love, Love Divine
- duets (and arias) for soprano and tenor -

Handel Human Love Rial SanchoNuria Rial (soprano)
Juan Sancho (tenor)
Krešimir Stražanac (bass)
Capella Cracoviensis
Jan Tomasz Adamus


La Francesina: Handel's Nightingale
- arias from operas and English-langauge works that Francesina sang for Handel between 1738 and 1745 -

Francesina Sophie Junker Sophie Junker (soprano)
Le Concert de l'Hostel Dieu
Franck-Emmanuel Comte

Rodelinda (HWV 19)

Lucy Crowe (Rodelinda; soprano)
Iestyn Davies (Bertarido; countertenor)
Joshua Ellicott (Grimoaldo; tenor)
Jessica Dandy (Eduige; mezzo-soprano)
Anthony Roth Costanzo (Unulfo; countertenor)
Brandon Cedel (Garibaldo; bass)
The English Concert
Harry Bicket
(recorded September 2020; to be released by Linn Records in 2021)
Crowdfunding appeal



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