The ProMusica cello quartet UCELLI presented an amazing masterclass and workshop for string students at Dominion Middle School on Friday, April 17th. The quartet kicked off the Featured Artist Series presentation with a performance of excerpts from their April 19th … Read More
Welcome to CityMusic Columbus! We are pleased to announce the 32nd CityMusic Presents Concert Series! This season is sure to please the music lover in all of us with a collection of amazing world, chamber, and jazz music artists! Most of our shows will be held at Via Vecchia Winery, located at 485 South Front Street in the Brewery District. This season, Copius Notes, also in the Brewery District, will be hosting two CityMusic events, and our November concert featuring Lao Tizer and Tizer Trio will be held at the Garden Theater in the Short North. For a complete list of performances, venues, and ways you can support CityMusic, please select an icon below!
CityMusic offers a variety of ways to buys tickets to an upcoming concert event. To order online, click the $ icon and select the artist or concert event. You can also order by phone at (614) 223-3093.
More than two-thirds of CityMusic's budget is raised from the generosity of donors like you! We share a belief in the power of music to change lives and we look to individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies to augment earned revenue from ticket sales. By donating to CityMusic Columbus, you are helping to ensure that we have an operating support budget that can sustain our contributions to the robust cultural life of our city.
Venues and Information
Most CityMusic events are held at Via Vecchia Winery, located in the Brewery District. This year, two CityMusic shows will be held at Copius Notes, a brand new music venue located on High Street in Columbus, and one show will be held at the Garden Theater in the Short North. For information on these venues, including driving directions and parking information, click on this link!
Latest from the blog
On Monday, June 8th, CityMusic Columbus and the MORE program presented local violinist extraordinaire, Kristen Peters, for Music and Reading at Livingston Library. For Music and Reading, Kristen presented “Violin Through the Eras,” taking students on a journey through the … Read More