Venues & Directions
Our concert venues are as much a part of the experience as our music. Because much of the music from the medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods was performed in either large and lofty cathedrals or intimate private chambers, we attempt to replicate these surroundings when possible so that the music may be heard with the acoustics of that time.
444 E. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
This beautiful gothic-style downtown church is located at the intersection of East Broad Street and East Ninth Street next to the Columbus Museum of Art. Easily accessible and plentiful free parking is available in lots behind the church and to the west of the church. Access the church sanctuary from the east and west doors. The handicapped entrance is at the back of the church.
1 College Avenue
Bexley, OH 43209
Part of Capital University in Bexley, Ohio, Mees Hall is home to both the Mees Auditorium and The Huntington Recital Hall. The hall is just south of the main gates of the university at the intersection of East Main Street and Drexel Avenue. Parking is available in various lots on campus. Patrons of our series may park in faculty/staff or student lots during our performances. Limited street parking is available on Main Street.
Access this campus map for more detailed assistance in locating Mees Hall:
2254 East Main Street
Bexley, OH 43209
The historic and newly-renovated Drexel Theater is located in Bexley, Ohio, near the corner of E. Main St. and College Avenue and directly across from the Capital University campus. Parking is available in the lot behind the theatre (access from Drexel Avenue), on the north side of East Main Street, both sides of Drexel Avenue, and nearby side streets. After 6pm on weekdays and on the weekends, additional parking is available at the Bexley municipal parking lot (two driveways west of the theatre) and the south side of East Main Street.
**All venues are handicapped accessible.**
This historic performance hall located on the campus of Capital University was constructed in 1926 and was fully renovated in 1992. It is named for Rev. Dr. Otto Mees, who served as president of Capital from 1912-1946.read more
This historic church located at 444 East Broad Street in Downtown Columbus was built in 1852 and still welcomes a vibrant and active faith congregation.read more
Named among the “Ten Best Art Blessings” by The Columbus Dispatch, the Drexel is Columbus’ premier arts cinema, providing unique programming in an eclectic, neighborhood film-going experience.read more