Concert Ticket Order Form

Order your concert tickets now!  All concerts at 7:30 in Evans Hall on the campus of Connecticut College except student concerts where noted. Single tickets are $25 general admission, $20 for students and seniors.  Series subscription (8 concerts) is $150 general admission, and $120 for students and seniors. Tickets will be held under your name at the door on the night of the concert.  

Concert Series Subscription
Don't miss a concert! Save with a pass for the whole series.
$150
$120
Tuesday 7.16 ~ Diana's Hunt - Alkemie
Stunning music from 14th-century Italy and newly-composed repertoire inspired by the medieval bestiary.
$25
$20
Thursday 7.18 ~ Amherst Baroque Soloists
Dazzling French Baroque music, with AEM Baroque Academy faculty.
$25
$20
Friday 7.19 at 8:00 pm ~ Baroque Opera: #Anchi"Io
Fully-staged Baroque opera scenes #Anch'Io. Ariadne's "Me Too" moment is dramatically depicted in six operatic retellings of the Greek myth by Monteverdi, Conradi, Handel, and Haydn. Performed by students of the Amherst Early Music Festival.
$25
$20
Saturday 7.20 ~ A Tapestry of Early Music
A festive evening with many top international musicians. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque French Music.
$25
$20
Sunday July 21 ~ 3:00 p.m. Martin Bernstein
In Crozier Student Center - free to the public. Martin Bernstein, recorder, with friends in concert.
July 19,20,21 ~ Music & Instrument Exhibition
In Crozier Student Center - free to the public. Instrument makers and dealers, music publishers and organizations.
Tuesday 7.23 ~ Saskia Coolen, Bart Spanhove, Xavier Diaz-Latorre
AEM faculty Saskia Coolen, and Bart Spanhove, recorders, with Xavier Diaz-Latorre, lute and theorbo.
$25
$20
Friday 7.26 ~ Il Trovatore
Poets and singers of the 13th-century troubadour diaspora, with Benjamin Bagby.
$25
$20
Saturday 7.27 ~ A Second Tapestry of Early Music
A festive evening with many top international musicians. Medieval, Renaissance, and French Baroque music.
$25
$20