Community Programs + Partnerships

H+H reaches the community through exciting partnerships with some of Boston’s premier institutions, including the Boston Children’s Museum, Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, Boston Public Library, the Museum of African American History, New England Conservatory, and many others. Through our Heartstrings program, public school students, education program families, and other underserved communities receive free and discounted tickets to subscription series concerts, ensuring that the enjoyment of live music is accessible to all.

Handel’s Friends, Then and Now

November 13, 2014
$10, free for students
Location TBD
MIT professor emeritus and Handel scholar Ellen Harris intersperses content from her new Handel biography (George Frideric Handel: A Life with Friends) with aspects of H+H history. Learn more about Handel’s life and inner circle, as well as his reputation in the colonies during the composer’s lifetime and in Boston’s at the founding of H+H. Harris‘ talk will also include discussion of H+H’s long shift to returning to a Baroque performance style, starting in the late 19th century.

H+H at King’s Chapel

November 18, 2014
58 Tremont Street, Boston

Made up of members from the H+H Period Instrument Orchestra, the Rowe’s Lane Quartet performs two of the great string quartets from the Classical era, Haydn’s Joke quartet and movements from Mozart’s Dissonance quartet.
Future King’s Chapel recitals this season:
January 13, 2015
March 31, 2015
May 5, 2015
June 9, 2015