Benjamin Hulett (tenor), Benjamin Narvey (theorbo) and Luke Green (harpsichord) are giving a programme which includes music by Handel, plus Greene's setting of Edmund Spenser's Amoretti from 1738. Spenser's sonnet cycle, Amoretti, was first published in the late 16th century. The 89 sonnets were written to correspond to readings from the Book of Common Prayer on specific dates (for a period of 3 months leading up to the date of Spenser's wedding), though the cycle has rather been undervalued compared to Spenser's other works.
The event starts at 7pm and is part of the London Handel Festival's Winter Season. The performers have a disc of Greene's Amoretti out on Naxos this autumn.
Further details from the London Handel Festival website.