A BAROQUE CHRISTMAS–Händel's "Messiah," Friday, December 17

 

Friday, DECEMBER 17, 2021 at 7:30pm

 

The concert hall will be open one hour prior to performance and patrons are invited to save their preferred seats by placing a coat. Ushers will monitor the hall. 

 

Broomfield Auditorium 

3 Community Park Rd, Broomfield, CO 80020

 

$60.00

  • Available

A BAROQUE CHRISTMAS–Händel's "Messiah," Sunday, December 19

 

Sunday, DECEMBER 19, 2021 at 2:00pm 

 

The concert hall will be open one hour prior to performance and patrons are invited to save their preferred seats by placing a coat. Ushers will monitor the hall. 

 

Broomfield Auditorium 

3 Community Park Rd, Broomfield, CO 80020

 

$60.00

  • Available

RESCHEDULED FOR FEBRUARY 26! ACROSS TIME ACROSS CULTURES

 

Saturday, FEBRUARY 26, 2022 at 4:00pm

 

Longmont Museum Stewart Auditorium 

400 Quail Rd., Longmont, CO 80501

 

The auditorium will be open one hour prior to performance and patrons are invited to save their preferred seats by placing a coat. Ushers will monitor the hall. Wine and concessions will be available in the lobby. 

$60.00

  • Available

FESTIVAL WEEK, MAY 2022

Performances:

 

“Contemporaneous Concertos,” Thursday, May 12 at 7:30pm

“Voices of the Chamber,” Friday, May 13 at 7:30pm

“Next Generations,” Saturday, May 14 at 4:00pm

“The Intimacy of J.S. Bach,” Sunday, May 15 at 4:00pm

 

First Congregational Church, downtown Boulder

 

$375 general admission (includes all 4 concerts and all Festival Week events)

 

A full schedule and other information (including restaurant discounts for ticket holders during festival week, master classes, lectures and more) will be provided to all ticket holders.

The sanctuary will be open one hour prior to performance and patrons are invited to save their preferred seats by placing a coat. Ushers will monitor the hall. Wine will be available and there will be an art exhibit in the building. 

 

$375.00

  • Available

frequently asked questions about ticketing and covid-19 policies


  • What are BBF's COVID-19 precautionary measures?

 

Boulder Bach Festival has developed protocols to ensure a safe environment for the musicians and the audience. Taking into consideration the recently updated Boulder County Health orders and our patrons’ safety concerns, our upcoming concerts on December 17 and 19 will be fully vaccinated events.

 

Children not yet eligible for the vaccine are invited to attend the December 19 performance at 2PM (only), and all audience members regardless of age must wear a mask at all times while attending both events, on December 17 and 19, unless otherwise notified by the BBF.

 

Ticket holders who do not comply with this policy will not be admitted.

 

 

AT THE CONCERT:

 

PLEASE BE PREPARED TO SHOW YOUR VACCINATION CARD AS EITHER HARDCOPY, OR DIGITALLY FROM “MYCOLORADO” APP OR YOUR MOBILE PHONE. Photocopies or printed copies on paper won’t be accepted unless they are the original, authentic vaccination card.

 

We are planning on up-to 50% capacity at the December performances, and up-to 60% capacity at First Congregational Church in May 2022. As regards masks and vaccines, we will update all ticket holders via email during the month prior to each concert and following CDC and Boulder County Guidelines. The safety of our patrons and artists is of primary importance to us!

 

  • Do I need to attend the specific time/date of the concert for which I purchased the ticket in October and December?

YES. Due to limited capacity seating and COVID-19 precautionary measures, patrons may only attend the time and date of the concert specific to the tickets they purchased.

 

  • Does purchasing tickets to Festival Week include the December and February performances?

No, the tickets to December and February performances are separate. Please add those to your cart individually.

 

 

  • How can I support the BBF’s insightful and relevant artistic and educational endeavors?

Donations of stock or cash (by check or online with a credit card) are graciously accepted. The BBF operates on cash flow and doesn’t yet have an endowment. We are seeking additional large sponsors to help us continue to present the distinct work we offer. For those of you outside of Colorado, we are planning to continue with digital concerts (and Live assemblies) post-pandemic, so you will always have access to the work. Additionally, we hope you’ll come to Boulder for some Bach performances and other presentations, rest and relaxation, and hiking.

 

*No additional fees or taxes

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