COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL
Given the overwhelmingly-postive feedback we received from patrons at our last concert series, we are continuing with the following COVID-19 policy:
The Phoenix Chorale continues to be deeply committed to the health and safety of everyone, not only within our organization but also those who attend our concerts.
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, Phoenix Chorale has implemented protocols that align with medical and public health advice, and which comply with the guidelines set by the CDC, our State and local governments, and the venues in which we perform.
According to the CDC’s COVID-19 Community Levels for safety, Maricopa County’s current Safety Level is: LOW
• For the safety and welfare of our artists, we strongly encourage all patrons to be fully vaccinated and boosted when attending our concerts. To that end, we have verified that all Phoenix Chorale personnel, including artists, staff and volunteers have been vaccinated prior to participating in any Chorale activities.
• At this time, masking at Chorale events will be encouraged but not required UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED BY PHOENIX CHORALE. If you are at high risk for severe illness, talk to your healthcare provider about whether you need to wear a mask and take other precautions.
• People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should refrain from attending the event.
As we are in a transitional time when many of our patrons are still not comfortable with attending events with an unmasked audience, irrespective of CDC guidelines, we are offering the following choices this concert cycle:
April 29th at Camelback Bible Church – Masks Encouraged
April 30th at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral – MASKS REQUIRED
May 1st at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church – Masks Encouraged
Should you hold tickets for our Trinity performance and wish to attend unmasked, we would be happy to exchange tickets for one of our other two shows (or vice versa).
These protocols may change at any time in accordance with the CDC’s COVID-19 Community Levels for safety and our hosting venue’s policies. Changes will be clearly communicated in advance of any performance.