2021-2022 Season FAQs

We are very excited to welcome you back—in person!—to our 2021-2022 season. The safety of our musicians and patrons is our top priority. Music of the Baroque will comply with all guidelines set forth by government officials as well as by our venues. Current guidelines are listed below. If you have additional questions, please contact the box office at 312.551.1414.

Requirements for concert attendance

All audience members at all venues are required to show proof of vaccination and photo ID prior to entering the facility. Masks covering nose and mouth are required at all times while in our venues.

In order to enter, you will be asked to present proof that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in the form of a vaccination card. Fully vaccinated means you have received a second dose of an authorized two-dose vaccine, or a single-dose vaccine, at least 14 days prior to the date of the event.

Starting February 28, as an alternative, you may gain entry by presenting a **negative COVID-19 test (a negative PCR result from a test taken within 72 hours of the event or a negative result from a rapid test administered within 6 hours of the event). No at-home tests are permitted

The most efficient way to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test result is using the My Bindle app. My Bindle is a digital wallet, available to download and use free of charge, where you may upload a photo and your vaccination card or test result. You may also present a paper copy of your card or test result along with a photo ID.

Immunization records may be accessed through the State of Illinois's Vax Verify service.

Vaccination policies and testing protocols will also extend to staff, artists, and crew.

Further information can be found on the Harris Theater and North Shore Center websites.



Additional FAQs

Will you still be providing virtual concerts for those unable to attend in person?

All concerts are available on demand starting four days following the last performance for 30 days. Subscribers receive automatic access to all on-demand concerts in their subscription packages. A virtual subscription is available for purchase as are individual passes.

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What happens to my tickets if a concert is canceled or I do not feel safe attending?

All patrons have the option to donate the cost of their tickets as a tax-deductible contribution, exchange for a future concert, hold it as a credit, or receive a refund should the pandemic force us to cancel concerts.

We also ask that you stay home if you do not feel well. If you can no longer attend a concert, please call the box office at 312.551.1414 to discuss your options regarding your tickets.

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I have a cancelled concert credit. What are my options for redemption?

We are offering the following options for redeeming credits. To confirm your credit amount or to redeem, please contact our box office by email or by calling 312.551.1414:

  1. Apply the credit toward your 21/22 renewal (Note: your subscription invoice includes a unique code that will allow you to do this online; enter this code here)
  2. Apply the credit towards an additional ticket or MOB CD
  3. Convert the credit to a donation to support our transition out of the pandemic

To confirm your credit amount or to redeem, please contact our box office by email or by calling 312.551.1414


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