Early Music in Columbus is pleased to present its 2015-2016 Event Calendar, featuring some new faces and old favorites in celebration of 36 years of early music in Columbus. Enjoy the finest arrangements and performers in beautiful venues throughout our city.
Join American lutenist, conductor, and musicologist Paul O’Dette on the campus of Otterbein University on Friday, March 11 as he presents French, Italian and English compositions and reveals the “Secret of the Muse.”read more
The Early Interval closes our season with “Secrets and Mirrors: Music of Ferrara and Mantua” on Friday, April 8 at 8:00 PM in Mees Auditorium on the campus of Capital University.read more
Our season began with this stunning performance on October 4. Atalante’s “Lamentarium” featured staged music of Monteverdi, Rossi, Marrazzoli and Mazzocchi.read more
“Madness” rocketed us from bliss to anguish and back with the music of of Baroque composers Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell and more when the Wayward Sisters and guest soprano Kathryn Mueller performed on October 25, 2015 in historic Mees Hall, Capital University.read more
This holiday tradition continued for its 25th year in grand fashion on January 9 and January 10 in the beautiful First Congregational Church in downtown Columbus. Share your concert thoughts with us on Facebook.read more
The Rose Ensemble explored the life and times of St. Francis of Assisi through music when they performed “Il Poverello” on February 5 in the downtown splendor of the First Congregational Church.read more