A NOTE ABOUT HEALTH & SAFETY

COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR SEASON 79

North Carolina Master Chorale is excited to return to in-person concerts. The Triangle arts community is operating in a dynamic COVID-19 environment. Along with North Carolina Symphony, Carolina Ballet, North Carolina Opera, and North Carolina Theatre, NCMC is dedicated to making the health and safety of our singers, guest artists, staff, and patrons our top priority. Toward that effort, all patrons of NCMC concerts will be required to follow the safety protocols below. These health and safety guidelines could change as the public health situation evolves. Please be sure to view health and safety notices issued prior to each concert.

 

NCMC will carefully monitor and implement guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the State of North Carolina, Raleigh's public health services, and our season's concert venues. We ask you to please familiarize yourself with the following attendance requirements:

Proof of Vaccination

Patrons are required to provide proof of vaccination for entry into concerts or a negative COVID-19 test for entry into concerts. NCMC will accept a negative PCR result from a test taken within 72 hours of the concert. You must present a paper copy or digital image of your vaccination card or test result along with a photo ID.

Self-Monitoring


We ask that you please self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. Patrons who feel unwell, or who have had any COVID-19 Symptoms or a positive COVID-19 test within 10 days of a concert, or have had close contact with anyone confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19, agree to be respectful of other patrons and stay home. 

Masking


All patrons must wear a face mask, regardless of vaccination status, while inside concert venues.

Distancing


While NCMC and our host venues are not requiring distancing, in line with guidance issued by the CDC, we do ask that all patrons are respectful of others who may wish to maintain social distance.

Risk


All patrons understand that there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place. Patrons who attend in-person concerts voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. Please follow health & safety protocols to help mitigate risk for us all.

Compliance


NCMC is committed to protecting the health and safety of our singers, staff, and patrons. The decision to attend our concerts serves as your acknowledgment and acceptance of the potential risks posed by COVID-19 and your agreement to comply with all health and safety guidelines. NCMC and our host venues reserve the right to deny entry to or remove visitors in violation of our guidelines. Anyone who is disrespectful or discourteous to our singers, guest artists, staff, or patrons will be asked to leave.
 

We encourage everyone who can to be vaccinated for COVID-19 at their earliest opportunity. You can find a vaccine location close to you by using this tool from vaccines.gov.

If you have additional questions, please contact Stephen via email. Should you choose to request a refund for any tickets purchased before November 1, 2021, please email Stephen.