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

Announcing our 2022-2023 Season!

Friday concerts 7:30pm, First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Saturday concerts 7:30pm, First Unitarian Society, 306 N. Aurora St. Ithaca
Pre-concert talks are back! 6:45pm

Tickets: Individual tickets $30; Students and low-income $10.
All tickets are general admission; may be used in either Ithaca or Syracuse.

Vivaldi North to South

October 21/22, 2022 (Friday in Syracuse; Saturday in Ithaca)
Pre-concert talk at 6:45pm!
Peter Hedrick Memorial Concert
Spectacular concertos for oboe, recorder, chalumeau, and violin by Vivaldi and his contemporaries, Locatelli, Zelenka, and more.
Nina Stern, recorder and chalumeau; Geoffrey Burgess, oboe and chalumeau; Julie Andrijeski, violin; Stephanie Corwin, bassoon; Sarah Stone, cello; Deborah Fox, theorbo; Leon Schelhase, harpsichord

Characters of Paris

February 3/4, 2023
Jean-Philippe Rameau’s exquisite yet earthy Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts trios, played by Robert Mealy, violin; Beiliang Zhu, gamba; Leon Schelhase, harpsichord.

The Harp Speaks

March 10/11, 2023
Visions of medieval women, led by Christa Patton, harp


April 14/15, 2023
Cantatas and instrumental music by Benedetto Marcello and his wife Rosana Scalfi Marcello, and a fascinating story!

Our Covid-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

For everyone’s safety, NYS Baroque may require masking and social distancing in seating. If you are feeling ill, please stay home. We will gladly exchange your tickets. Please check our website before the concert for any recent updates to our policy.

English viol by Francis Beaulieu, Montreal

We are thrilled to re-introduce this program to promote and encourage young emerging artists in the early music field. More concerts this spring!


Our 2020-2021 Season is still available for online viewing!

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