Dear Friends of Early Music,
As program director for Early Music in Columbus, none of my responsibilities is more interesting and exciting than working with The Friends of Early Music Board of Trustees to select artists for each season! We work to bring you the best musicians from across the United States, Canada and Europe who specialize in early music and we are especially proud of this year’s slate of artists. Experience Italian Baroque classics, ancient Celtic traditions, a silent film accompanied by music from Old and New Spain, vocal music from Estonia as well as music from the Mediterranean and Tuscany.
All of this and MORE — on our 2013-14 season!
Katherine Kruse Wolfe
Program Director, Early Music in Columbus
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March 28, 2014
1 College and Main
8 pm concert
7:30 pm pre-concert lecture
Explore the rich variety found in the vocal and instrumental music that was composed and performed in Florence, Venice, Ferrara, Rome and the other great musical centers of early Italy. Learn more about this performance and how to purchase tickets.
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1 College and Main
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