COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

The health and safety of our audience members, artists, volunteers, and staff is our greatest concern. As such, we will be requiring all audience members, staff, volunteers, and artists to be masked and fully vaccinated against COVID-19. We will continue to incorporate the newest guidance, research, and regulations into our planning, and will update you as our guidelines change.

✔Wear a mask
✔Show proof of vaccination
✔Stay home if you’re not feeling well

Consort staff, artists, volunteers, and contractors are all fully vaccinated.

Face masks are required at all times (except when eating/drinking in designated areas). We require patrons to wear a well-fitted mask covering the nose and mouth at all times at the concert venue, including through the performance. Artists will enter the performance area masked, but certain artists may be permitted to remove their mask while performing as needed.

All individuals will be required to show proof of full vaccination each time they enter a Bach Consort performance presenting either digital documentation on a smartphone or a physical copy of their vaccination cardand a photo ID. Patrons under the age of 12 or individuals with a medical or religious exemption to vaccinations will be required to show proof of a NEGATIVE Covid-19 PCR/NAAT test taken within 48hours of their arrival to a Consort performance.

Stay at home if you are feeling sick. Please take care of yourself and do not attend a performance if you have a fever or any covid-19 symptoms, have tested positive for covid-19 within the past 14 days, or have had close contact with anyone who is confirmed or is suspected of having covid-19.


The Director's Series

Concerts in a Majestic Space

Experience the thrilling music of Johann Sebastian Bach in the majestic spaces of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral, St. Mark’s Capitol Hill, and the state-of-the-art Music Center at Strathmore.


The Chamber Series

Concerts in an Intimate Setting

Enjoy smaller-scale works in the intimate Live! at 10th & G on Friday evenings and at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, nestled in Old Town Alexandria, on Saturday evenings..