“Since the pandemic began in early 2020, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra has successfully and consistently taken steps to ensure health and safety. As we approach our 60th Anniversary season and the return to in person performances we will continue to do so. All ASO staff and musicians are fully vaccinated. The ASO will also require all audience members to show proof of vaccination and to wear masks for all our indoor concerts at Maryland Hall, until further notice.
“The health and safety of our family of musicians, staff, board, and audience is our highest priority. We want everyone to feel comfortable attending our performances, knowing that 100% of the people in the venue are vaccinated and masked, providing the best possible protection.
“Further information on how we will proceed regarding proof of vaccination will be sent to ticket holders prior to our first concert on October 1, 2021. We expect that showing a vaccination card or vaccination confirmation app along with a valid ticket for entry should be sufficient. “
The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra’s next performance is Saturday, September 4, outdoors at Quiet Waters Park. Masks policy to be determined by park officials.
Pops in the Park – Saturday, September 4, 2021, 5:30pm – (Quiet Waters Park) This free annual Labor Day Weekend outdoor concert features audience favorites by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Scott Joplin, Leroy Anderson, Duke Ellington, John Williams and more. Pre-register at AnnapolisSymphony.org/Park for a FREE TICKET to participate in drawings for door prizes given out during the performance.
Masterworks 1: Opening Night Celebration – NATI PLAYS TCHAIKOVSKY – Friday/Saturday, October 1 & 2, 2021, 8pm – (Maryland Hall) Features Concertmaster and Annapolis Symphony Academy Director Netanel “Nati” Draiblate as soloist performing Tchaikovsky’s beloved Violin Concerto plus Claude Debussy’s epic depiction of the sea La Mer.
See the complete ASO 2021-22 schedule of concerts and ticket information at annapolissymphony.org