COVID Protocols

We are very excited to welcome you to our 2023-2024 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

Music of the Baroque strongly recommends proper wearing of masks at all times for audiences including while in line to enter, when in close proximity to others, and throughout the performance. At this time, masks are optional at all our venues. Guidelines may change in accordance with public health recommendations, so please check our website and pre-performance reminders for updates. Proof of vaccination is currently not required for audience members. Please note that all staff and artists are fully vaccinated.

Further information about safety and cleanliness measures at our venues 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 the amount 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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