Frequently Asked Questions S30

Are you hosting In-Person concerts this season

Unfortunately, no.


Out of an abundance of caution, the beautiful church we call our home has made the difficult decision to not allow in-person gatherings of any kind for the foreseeable future.


Though we cannot offer you in-person concerts this season, we are thankful that we still will be filming each performance as planned.  You can enjoy our beautiful performances by purchasing video tickets to enjoy our concerts from the comfort of your own home.

When and how will I receive access to the concert video?

All ticket purchasers this season will receive access to the videos within two weeks after each concert.  We will email you the video link and instructions to enjoy each professionally produced video which will include an exclusive post concert artists’ discussion.  Each video will be available to you to watch for three weeks as many times as you would like.



The video link will be sent to the email used when you purchased your tickets.



Saturday, October 24, 2020 Filming

(Video ticket link available for viewing November 7, 2020 – November 28, 2020)


Saturday, December 19, 2020 Filming

(Video ticket link available for viewing January 2, 2021 – January 23, 2021)


Saturday, February 13, 2021 Filming

(Video ticket link available for viewing February 27, 2021 – March 20, 2021)


Saturday, March 13, 2021 Filming

(Video ticket link available for viewing March 27, 2021 – April 17, 2021)


Saturday, May 1, 2021 Filming

(Video ticket link available for viewing May 15, 2021 – June 5, 2021)

How do I watch the Vimeo video on my smart TV?

There are many ways that you can watch a Vimeo video on your Smart TV.  Below are two links that provide options on how to watch:


How do I watch on my smart TV?

Supported TV App platforms





Can I watch the concert video on my TV even if my TV does not have internet access?

Yes, as long as your computer, tablet or phone has internet access!  If you don’t have internet access directly through your TV, you can link your computer or device  to your TV very easily with an adaptor and your TV’s HDMI cord (more information below). You can also cast videos from your iPhone or iPad directly to your TV screen — all you need is a Chromecast receiver and the free Vimeo app, which acts as the remote.


If you don’t have Chromecast, depending on your device or computer, you would need either a USB to HDMI adaptor or a Mini DisplayPort or for some ultra-thin computers, a USB-C adapter. You could also project your iPhone onto your TV using a Lightening to HDMI adaptor.  (In addition to the Amazon links here, these adaptors can be found at your favorite electronics store such as Staples or Best Buy).


NOTE: Consult your computer manual for exact specifications of your computer outputs and options so you know what adaptor will work with fit hardware.


Once you have your adaptor, plug it into your computer, then plug one end of the HDMI cord into your adaptor and the other end into your TV.

Is there a program guide available for this season?

Yes, we printed up a limited supply of program guides for our subscribers and mini-subscribers, those will be mailed at the end of October.


All concertgoers can access our program digitally at any time by visiting the link below:


Musical Masterworks Season 30 Program guide