Music from Bach and Before

Our concert series is internationally known for presenting excellent historically-informed performances and brilliant musicians from around the world. We are fortunate to bring you some of the best performers in early music today in our 40th season.


Arizona Early Music seeks a qualified individual to fill a part-time position as Executive Director. In consultation and collaboration with the Board of Directors, this individual will be responsible for leading the organization, implementing its goals, managing its administrative functions, and articulating its vision through public communications, marketing, and fundraising. This position reports to the President of the Board of Directors. For more information, please see the Positions page.

Here is a preview of our upcoming 2021 / 2022 season. Check back soon for more details. Tickets will be available in the Fall.

The Aulos Ensemble

The Final Tour
Sunday, November 14, 2021 ~ 3:00 pm

Tucson Baroque Music Festival

Celebrating our 40th anniversary
Thursday, January 27–Sunday, January 30, 2022


House of Hapsburg
Sunday, February 27, 2022 ~ 3:00 pm

Ronn McFarlane and Paul O'Dette

Lute Duo
Sunday, March 27, 2022 ~ 3:00 pm

The Tallis Scholars

Program TBD
Wednesday, April 20, 2022 ~ 7:30 pm

We bring you the best and we hope you will enjoy it as much as we do!

Concert details, dates, and artists are subject to change.

AEM is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Considering a donation? Please see the Support page.

Would you like to volunteer? Please send us an EMAIL.

Arizona Early Music has received an AZ Organizational Relief Grant (ORG). Administered by the Arizona Commission on the Arts, the AZ ORG Program directs relief funds allocated by Governor Doug Ducey from the State of Arizona’s Crisis Contingency and Safety Net Fund in support of arts and culture organizations across the state.

Arizona Early Music has received a Tucson CARES for Arts and Culture Grant funded by the City of Tucson We Are One/Somos Uno Resiliency Fund administered by the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona. The Tucson CARES for Arts and Culture Grant program directs federal relief funds allocated to the City of Tucson through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.