Finding Handel will be taught in an Online Course at the City Lit
Finding Handel, a magnificent story drafted by Helen Dymond will be a part of an online course at the City Lit. The book is to be taught in the winter program of the Music History book club, starting on 12th December 2022. The course is to be online which would compare the historical record of the events to the novel, as well as some of the themes and works discussed in the novel. Get registered for the course here.   Helen Dymond, in her book, gives an intriguing insight into the composer's life after an accident that lead him to question his life decisions. This story also unveils Handel's ever-lasting love for music reminiscing his journey as a classic composer. Moreover, the novel gives a sneak-peak into Handel's spiritual beliefs. Get the book here.    Helen Dymond developed a fascination for Handel in the early 1080s after her performance in the Handel Opera Chorus. Her inspiration leads her to perform in several of Handel's plays. During her forty years of the academic journey, she mainly taught English and Humanities. She also taught at the City Lit, London, about Handel’s Operas and Oratorios.
12, Dec 2022 - 01, Jan 1970
Music History Book Club, Online Course, City Lit