Covid Protocols for Season 31
Our priority is the health and safety of our audience, musicians, staff and volunteers.
This season, Musical Masterworks is taking several precautions for your safety in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the most up-to-date information on the COVID-19 pandemic and current government recommendations, please click here to review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.
Watch Dr. Sten Vermund, Dean at the Yale School of Public Health, discuss Musical Masterworks’ safety protocols. We are thankful to the Shoreline Arts Alliance for providing the tools to guide us in safely reopening.
The COVID-19 situation is very fluid and both the severity of the pandemic and government guidance regarding it change frequently. Accordingly, we may revise or modify the following protocols at any time.
Vaccination and Booster Requirements
This season we are requiring all concertgoers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Booster shots are required for admittance if your last vaccine was more than 6 months ago.
Entry to the church will be denied to patrons who do not provide the documentation as required at performance check-in. No exceptions.
Vaccine verification can be provided by showing a physical copy of your Covid Vaccine card, or a photo on your phone of your Covid Vaccine card or by showing your vaccine and booster information in a vaccine app.
Additionally, we require all musicians, staff and volunteers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
We require that masks be worn at all times by everyone in the audience.
Musicians will be required to wear masks when they are not performing on stage.
In order to promote socially distanced seating during the performance, we have reduced our attendance to half capacity. We encourage all concertgoers to give each other space (6 feet) while seated for the performance. Please take your seats immediately upon arrival to the concert.
The first few rows of seating will be closed to ensure appropriate social distancing from the musicians.
We encourage you to remain in your seats during intermission.
Have you experienced any of the following symptoms in the past 48 hours?
- fever or chills
- shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- muscle or body aches
- new loss of taste or smell
- sore throat
- congestion or runny nose
- nausea or vomiting
The fine print
Please keep in mind that while we have protocols in place for your safety, we cannot guarantee that all steps will be followed at all times. Also, we cannot guarantee that the protocols will fully eliminate the risk of COVID-19 spreading at the church during our performances. Attendance is at your own risk.