2022-23 SEASON PASS - FULL SUBSCRIPTION

Performances:

 

"Journey to France" with Jory Vinikour

Saturday, October 15 at 4:00pm

Longmont Museum Stewart Auditorium

"Christmas Across the Ages" with Claire McCahan and CORE

Friday, December 16 at 7:30pm

Broomfield Auditorium

Vadim Gluzman and Angela Yoffe in Recital

Saturday, February 11 at 4:00pm

Longmont Museum Stewart Auditorium

"Sonic Alchemy" with Mina Gajić, YuEun Kim, and Coleman Itzkoff

Saturday, April 8 at 4:00pm

Gordon Gamm Theater, Dairy Arts Center, Boulder

"Il Grande Amore" with Ysmael Reyes, Zachary Carrettin, and CORE

Saturday, May 13 at 4:00pm

First Congregational Church, Boulder

 

For more information about each concert, visit its individual link above.

 

$280 general admission to all main season concerts.

$280.00

  • Available

Journey to France with Jory Vinikour, October 15

Visit the concert page for more information.

 

Saturday, October 15 at 4:00pm

Longmont Museum Stewart Auditorium

 

General Admission

 

$60.00

  • Available

Christmas Across the Ages, December 16

with Claire McCahan and CORE

Visit the concert page for more information.

 

Friday, December 16 at 7:30pm

Broomfield Auditorium

 

General Admission

$60.00

  • Available

Vadim Gluzman and Angela Yoffe in Recital, February 11

Visit the concert page for more information.

 

Saturday, February 11 at 4:00pm

Longmont Museum Stewart Auditorium

 

General Admission

$80.00

  • Available

Sonic Alchemy, April 8

with Mina Gajić, YuEun Kim, and Coleman Itzkoff

Visit the concert page for more information.

 

Saturday, April 8 at 4:00pm

Gordon Gamm Theater, Dairy Arts Center, Boulder

 

General Admission

 

Standard - $47.00

Full-time Student with ID - $22.00

 

Single concert tickets are sold on the Dairy's website.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

 



Il Grande Amore, May 13

with Ysmael Reyes, Zachary Carrettin, and CORE

Visit the concert page for more information.

 

Saturday, May 13 at 4:00pm

First Congregational Church, downtown Boulder

 

General Admission

$60.00

  • Available

frequently asked questions about ticketing and covid-19 policies


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

Boulder Bach Festival is committed to a safe environment for the musicians and the audience. Our public health policy is subject to change in consideration of local COVID-19 metrics, guidance from public health officials, and concerns from our patrons, and will often differ from those of other arts organizations.

COVID-19 vaccines are strongly encouraged. Face masks are optional but are strongly encouraged. To streamline the check-in and ticketing process, we do not need to verify vaccine documentation at the door. Artists will perform without masks.

If you are displaying symptoms of infectious disease, test positive for COVID-19 with or without symptoms, or believe you have been exposed to COVID-19 at any time in the 10 days prior to the performance, please do not attend.

BBF reserves the right to change this policy at any time prior to a concert - including but not limited to implementing capacity limits, mask requirements, and vaccine verification - and will email ticket holders if a change is implemented. Please review the latest posted policy and BBF emails for any updated protocols before attending a concert.

 

  •  How will I receive my ticket and be seated?

All tickets are will call. Give your name to the staff at the check-in desk to be checked in on the will call list. The ushers will hand you a program on your way into the hall.

 

All tickets are general admission. You are invited to save your preferred seat by placing a personal item on it before the concert, if you wish. The ushers will assist you.

 

Unless otherwise noted, the house opens one hour prior to the downbeat. Patron accommodation is not guaranteed before this time. If staff are making preparations inside the hall less than an hour before the concert, patrons may congregate in the lobby.

 

  • If I have a season pass, do I need to purchase a ticket through the Dairy's website for the April 8 concert?

No, you do not. The season pass includes admission to the April 8 concert; the Dairy box office staff will have your name on their will call list and hand you a physical ticket.

 

The link on the Dairy site is to purchase tickets for the April concert only. If you need an additional ticket, e.g. for a friend or family member to attend the concert with you, yes, you will need to buy them a ticket on the Dairy site; your guest will enter with that ticket while you enter with your season pass.

  • 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 offering performances of some repertoire online 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.