Arizona Early Music

Arizona Early Music

Dedicated to enriching contemporary life with music from the past.

Thank you for celebrating our 40th season with us!

More information on Arizona Early Music’s 2022–2023 series will be available soon.

Save the Dates: Concert venues to be announced.

ACRONYM | Sunday, November 13, 2022 ~ 3 p.m.
Dreams of the Wounded Musketeer | Music of Valentini, Bertali, Schmelzer, Rosenmüller, and others

Twelfth Night | Sunday, December 11, 2022 ~ 3 p.m.
Diverse Bizzarie | Duos by Corelli, Bach, Costello, and others, featuring violinist Rachell Ellen Wong and harpsichordist David Belkovski

Ars Lyrica Houston | Sunday, January 22, 2023 ~ 3 p.m.
Crossing Borders | A festive program including villancicos and romances for voices and ensemble plus festive instrumental works from colonial and Latin American culture

Tucson Baroque Music Festival | February 10–12, 2023
Across the Alps
| Friday, February 10 ~ 7 p.m.
Heaven and Earth | Saturday, February 11 ~ 3 p.m.
Apollo and Daphne
| Sunday, February 12 ~ 3 p.m.

Les Délices | Sunday, March 26, 2023 ~ 3 p.m.
Winds of Change | Chamber music from the eve of the French and Haitian Revolutions, including works by the Chevalier de St. Georges, Boccherini, and a new composition by Sydney Guillaume

Ensemble Caprice | Sunday, April 23, 2023 ~ 3 p.m.
Sweet! French Baroque Music and Chocolate | Led by recorder virtuoso Matthias Maute

Online ticket sales for the 40th Season have now ended available.

You can find out more about early music—its styles, composers, and instruments—in our What is Early Music? set of pages. Watch and listen to some remarkable musical works from the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. Learn what to expect when you attend at our Concert FAQs page.

Arizona Early Music thanks our Season Sponsors, Moglia Family Foundation and Schlaikjer-McIntyre Family Fund, and the grantors and organizations that help make our concerts possible: