The youth ensembles of the InterSchools Orchestras perform a concert of traditional, contemporary, and holiday works for string orchestra and concert band.
**ATTENTION TICKET BUYERS – COVID POLICY.**
You need to be fully vaccinated, having received all appropriate doses against COVID-19. “Fully vaccinated” means the performance date you are attending must be no less than 14 days after your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or no less than 14 days after your single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. If you received your vaccination outside the U.S., please read below:
Masks or face coverings will be required to be worn in the theater at all times.
You need to present your government issued photo ID.
You need to verify that you are fully vaccinated, either through the Excelsior Pass, Excelsior Plus Pass, or your CDC Card (physical card or photo).
Children between the ages of 5 and 11 are now eligible to receive the COVID vaccine. We encourage all who are eligible to receive the COVID vaccine to do so.
For those under 12 years old (and not fully vaccinated), and those who do not qualify for the vaccination, you must provide proof of a negative Covid PCR test (not a rapid test) within 72 hours of the performance which needs to be uploaded to the Excelsior PLUS Pass.
Proof of a COVID test is not required for infants as long as they are in the arms, and share the same seat, as their adult caregiver.
INTERNATIONAL COVID VACCINATION INSTRUCTIONS – If you received a Covid-19 vaccination (outside of the US): Before purchasing a ticket, you must email [email protected] and inform us of the show you are planning to attend and that you received a vaccine outside of the US, no later than a week prior to the date of the event. You will then receive instructions, via email.
If you are feeling any COVID-related or flu-like symptoms on the day of the show, please note that you will not be permitted into the theater. Stay home or seek medical attention, and be safe.
This event may move to another date. A community chorus, The Brooklyn Women’s Chorus was formed in October 1997 by Park Slope resident and musician, Bev Grant. With a repertoire ranging from South African freedom songs to socially relevant songs by contemporary American songwriters like Garth Brooks, Jackson Browne, Pat Humphries and Bev Grant, song topics range from freedom and justice to peace, resistance and women’s labor history. Their albums include Brooklyn Women’s Chorus and the Power of Song, and I Will Sing, which was recorded live at Tribeca PAC in 2014. The Brooklyn Women’s Chorus is its own sanctuary for women who are seeking community and a safe place to find and raise their voice in song.
As of now, the phone-line is only taking messages. Your message is very important to us. The best way to reach out for now is via email. If you have questions about tickets, email [email protected] If you are a rental client, please email [email protected] For any other general inquiries, please email [email protected]