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September 27, 2021
Thank you for being a patron and supporter of the Choral Arts Society of Washington.
As we prepare to return to live, in-person musical experiences, the health and safety of you, our cherished patron, is at the forefront of all our thinking and decisions.
We endeavor to make your time as an audience member at our Choral Arts experiences not only personally radiant, transformative, and memorable, but also welcoming, safe, respectful, and healthy.
Below you will find more information on how we endeavor to keep audiences, artists, collaborators, and staff healthy and safe for the foreseeable future while COVID-19 continues as a global health pandemic. We’ve included information on what we and our partner venues are doing to ensure your experience is a welcoming and safe one.
If you have any questions or concerns at all feel free to reach out to our patron services team at email@example.com.
Thank you for your belief in the power of choral music to move people to find shared purpose, discover shared passion, and connect with the music within themselves. We can’t wait to see you again in person soon in our 2021-22 season – the last with our treasured Artistic Director, Scott Tucker.
The Choral Arts Board, Staff, and Chorus
How will Choral Arts promote a welcoming, safe, respectful, and healthy audience experience?
Health and Safety Policies at our venues change rapidly. Please visit the venue websites for the most up-to-date information regarding requirements for patrons.
As of May 15, 2022, the Kennedy Center will no longer require vaccine verification to attend indoor events and performances; however, masks will still be required for all patrons, regardless of vaccination status, inside all theaters during performances at the Center unless actively eating or drinking. The Kennedy Center has routinely utilized the latest available information in consultation with the Cleveland Clinic and Inova to evaluate and adjust health and safety policies and will continue to do so as local and national conditions evolve
Currently, audience members at our performances are required to (1) wear masks while inside and (2) provide proof of full vaccination or either a negative COVID-19 PCR test result from a test taken within 72 hours of the performance or a negative professionally administered COVID-19 antigen test taken within 6 hours of the performance. Proof of full vaccination or a negative test result will be collected at the venue prior to entry into the performance.
Health and Safety Policies at our venues change rapidly. Please visit the venue websites for the most up-to-date information regarding requirements for patrons. Requirements at the venues are in addition to the ones stated above.
For questions concerning Choral Arts tickets purchased through the Choral Arts Society of Washington for performances at the The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Washington National Cathedral, please contact us at BoxOffice@ChoralArts.org.
For questions concerning Choral Arts tickets purchased through The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, please contact The Kennedy Center box office: https://www.kennedy-center.org/contact/
PLEASE NOTE: These protocols are subject to change. While Choral Arts has taken a number of measures to improve patron safety, including those described above, they are not an absolute protection against contracting COVID-19. Patrons assume the risk of infection by attending Choral Arts experiences.
VACCINE AND TESTING RESOURCES