Celebrating our 40th Season

Celebrating our 40th Season

Tucson Baroque Music Festival
January 28–30, 2022 – POSTPONED
Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church | 2331 E Adams Street, Tucson, AZ  >> Map

Due to the national surge of COVID-19 cases, Avi Stein (Artistic Director of TBMF) and Arizona Early Music have made the difficult decision to postpone this month’s performances.

Ticket Holders
If you have already purchased tickets for the Tucson Baroque Music Festival, or are a Season Subscriber, you have four options to consider:

  • Keep Your Ticket(s) – Tickets that are kept will be valid for the rescheduled performances.
  • Donate Your Ticket(s) – January 2022 has proven to be one of the hardest months since the early days of the pandemic for musicians and presenters alike. In an effort to assist our musicians during this difficult period of lost income, Arizona Early Music is offering compensation to the performers who were scheduled to join us this month. Your donated ticket(s) will directly contribute to this essential aid for our artists.
  • Full Refund – Festival Pass Holders (including Season Subscribers) would receive a $70 refund per pass. Individual ticket holders would be refunded $30 per ticket.
  • Exchange Your Ticket(s) – Planning on attending another one of our concerts this season, but haven’t purchased a ticket yet? Exchange your ticket(s) for one or more of equal value to a future program.

Please write to us at tickets@azearlymusic.org or call us at (520) 314-1874 by February 15 to let us know your decision. If we do not hear from you, we will hold your tickets for the rescheduled performances.

“Across the Alps” — Baroque Influences from Italy
Friday, January 28 at 7:00 pm – POSTPONED

“Heaven and Earth” — Music of J. S. Bach
Saturday, January 29 at 3:00 pm – POSTPONED

“Apollo and Daphne” — Music of G. F. Handel
Sunday, January 30 at 3:00 pm – POSTPONED