Frederick A. Binkholder, Artistic Director


Vaccination and COVID-19 Safety Practices

Current Vaccination Policy

We are requiring proof of vaccination and masking for all attendees and singers to participate in our concert, as well as limiting the capacity of each concert to allow for distancing. Specific requirements for all policies are listed at the bottom of this page. We do not have the capacity to accept negative COVID-19 Test Results in lieu of vaccination.

Because of that, we are also offering an On-Demand ticket option for those that cannot or choose not to attend concerts in person. Please view each individual concert listing to determine the On-Demand options available.

COVID-19 FAQs

What types of proof are accepted for vaccination?

You can bring a physical copy of your vaccine card, a photo on a phone or printed out, a printout from your medical provider, or a printout from your state's vaccine registry. All must have a name displayed that can be matched to your ID.

The vaccine registries for D.C., Maryland and Virginia are listed below:

What about ID?

All guests must present some form of ID that includes their full name, preferably a driver’s license or passport. Proof of vaccination must match the patrons’ ID.

Do I have to wear a mask?

Yes. Masks must be worn within the venue by all patrons at all times.

What do you mean by "fully" vaccinated?

“Full vaccination” means that either 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose of FDA or WHO authorized double-dose vaccines or that 14 days have passed since receiving the sole dose of FDA or WHO authorized single-dose vaccines.

My child isn't fully vaccinated yet. Can they still attend, either with or without a negative COVID test?

Unfortunately, no. In order to protect our singers, we have decided not to admit anyone who is not vaccinated, and we do not have the capacity to check for negative COVID tests. We recognize that vaccines were only approved for children under 12 at the end of October, and therefore many children will not be fully vaccinated yet. While we will miss them, we look forward to welcoming more family and friends in March.