The Early Interval

On April 24, join “The Early Interval” for its spring concert exploring the colorful vocal and instrumental music that was composed and performed in 13th-century Spain. The concert, held in Mees Hall on the campus of Capital University, will be accompanied by visual examples of the colorful art of 13th-century Spain.

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The Aulos Ensemble

Our first concert of the year! On October 3, The Aulos Ensemble presented “A Tale of Two Cities,” a program combining the gems of Handel and Rameau along with an intoxicating suite from Purcell’s “The Fairy Queen.” Our program was preceded by a well-attended wine and cheese reception.

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Hesperus

From our Facebook page 11/07/2014: “What a tremendous performance by Hesperus as they provided a sublime soundtrack for ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’. Bravo!”

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British Twelfth Night with The Early Interval

A warm treat in the dark and dreary winter, our resident Early Music ensemble, “The Early Interval,” took us on a trip to Britain for our traditional Twelfth Night Concert held this year on January 3 & 4, 2015. The neo-Gothic splendor of the First Congregational Church provided perfect backdrop and acoustics for medieval carols, the music of William Byrd, and music for a consort of viols by John Dowland and other composers, among other arrangements.

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Ayreheart

Co-presented by the Columbus Guitar Society and featuring founder and Grammy nominee Ronn McFarlane, Ayreheart treated us with historical music from the British Isles on February 6 . The concert, performed at Mees Hall on Capital University’s campus, featured two lutes, voice, colascione, and percussion.

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Stile Antico

“Sublime” was a word used to describe the performance by this highly sought-after group of young British singers. Stile Antico performed “From the Imperial Court: Music for the House of Hapsburg” on March 6, 2015 at the First Congregational Church in Columbus.

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