Last update: January 11, 2022
As we enter a concert season unlike any we have experienced before, we are reaching out to update you on our current status and plans as we move forward.
For the 2021-2022 concert season all concerts will be held at Symphony Hall, Boston. We will be complying with the policies that Symphony Hall has laid out. To help you plan your visit to Symphony Hall please read the Safe in Sound: Symphony Hall page on their website for information about health and safety measures.
All of our concerts are available to live stream! Information about the live stream option for each concert can be found on the concert's page:
Per Symphony Hall: Effective February 23, 2022.
All visitors must present full proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test each time they enter Symphony Hall. Fully vaccinated is defined as having had your second COVID-19 vaccination at least two weeks before your concert date.
Options for proof of vaccination:
Acceptable COVID-19 tests:
Proof of a negative test can be in the form of a photo or email of negative test results from a clinic, testing center, medical professional, or a time-stamped photo of an at-home test.
Per Symphony Hall: Everyone aged 2 years or older is required to wear a CDC-approved mask during all indoor public events in Symphony Hall, except when actively eating or drinking. Children under 2 years old are not required to wear a mask but will need proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter the hall.
At this time, our performances will not be socially distanced.
All musicians, guest artists, and staff are required to show proof of vaccination. Performers are not required to wear masks onstage. Musicians and all other staff are required to wear masks while working offstage or attending indoor events.
Boston Philharmonic and Youth Orchestra performances will include an intermission.
Yes, all visitors will need to provide proof of vaccination each time.
We look forward to greeting you in the concert hall again! In the meanwhile, we send you our warmest wishes for good health as we navigate these challenging times.