33 Seasons of Early Music in the Finger Lakes and Central New York

Announcing our 2021-2022 Season!

We’re so excited to announce our 2021-2022 concert series with music ranging from 14th century Italian madrigals to the works of Clara Schumann!

We are grateful for your support and cooperation as we return to live music! Please feel free to reach out to us at info@nysbaroque.com for more information.

Triumph Now with Joy and Mirth
Friday September 17 7:30pm First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Saturday September 18, 2021 7:30 pm First Unitarian Society 306 N. Aurora St. Ithaca
Plucky music of the renaissance and early baroque with Laura Heimes, soprano,
Michael Leopold, Dan Swenberg, and Deborah Fox, lutes



The Panther and the Rose
Wednesday November 10 2021 7:30pm First Unitarian Society, 306 N. Aurora St. Ithaca
Thursday November 11 2021 7:30pm First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Medieval music from 14th century Italy, dances and madrigals by Ciconia, Landini, and more
This concert (postponed last year) is free! Patrons may also purchase tickets for the virtual version which will be streamed December 1-January 1.  This free concert will last 75 minutes without intermission.


Reginald Mobley, countertenor
Friday March 25 2022 7:30pm First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Saturday March 26 2022 7:30 pm First Unitarian Society, 306 N. Aurora St, Ithaca
We are thrilled to present this remarkable singer and Handel specialist; music of Handel, Ignatius Sancho, and more.


A Grand Sound
Friday April 29 2022 7:30pm First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Saturday April 30 2022 7:30 pm First Presbyterian Church, 315 N. Cayuga Street, Ithaca
Celebratory German and Italian 17′ century music for voices and trombones
Music of Buxtehude, Schein, Schutz, Rosenmüller, and more

Our 2020-2021 Season Available for online viewing!

You can find more information last season and how to stream individual concerts on the concerts and events page.

The Panther and the Rose
Reginald Mobley, countertenor
A Grand Sound
Diderot String Quartet