Early Music in Columbus is excited to present its 2014-2015 Event Calendar, presenting some new faces and old favorites in celebration of 35 years of early music in Columbus. Enjoy the finest arrangements and performers in beautiful venues throughout our city.
Join us in welcoming this highly sought-after group of young British singers whose collaborations have already earned two Grammy nominations and continue to garner awards for their vitality and imaginative sound. Stile Antico performs “From the Imperial Court: Music for the House of Hapsburg” on March 6, 2015 at the First Congregational Church in Columbus.read more
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.read more
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.read more
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!”read more
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.read more
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.read more