Venues & Directions
Our concert venues are as much of the experience as our music. Because much of Early Music from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods were performed in large and lofty palaces and cathedrals, we attempt to replicate these surroundings when possible so that the music may be heard with the acoustics of that time for the most beautiful sound.
Each venue for our 35th Anniversary season (2014-2015) has been carefully selected to provide you with both a beautiful musical and visual experience.
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
Located in the Battelle Fine Arts Center on the campus of Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, this 275-seat recital and lecture hall is used for small theatre productions and music performances, as well as classroom and meeting spaces.read more