“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 plus four afternoon lectures, two masterclasses, and artist meet & greet event)
A full schedule and other information 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. There will be a two-room exhibit about the musical artists spanning BBF's 41-year history.
*Online sales end two hours prior to downbeat on May 12 (5:30pm). After this time, purchase a ticket at the door.
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.
Our Festival Week concerts will be fully vaccinated events. We are limiting ticket sales to 60% capacity at First Congregational Church.
In light of low COVID-19 hospitalization rates in Colorado and Boulder County, and to streamline the check-in and ticketing process, we will no longer need to verify vaccine documentation at the door.
Face masks are now optional but are highly encouraged. Artists will perform without masks; all artists and staff are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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, and contact the Bach’s Office for a refund or to donate your ticket to a student.
We will continue to review the data and reinstate masking or other protocols if necessary. Please review this page and BBF emails for any updated protocols before attending a concert. If you feel uncomfortable with the protocols or become sick, please contact us for a refund or to donate your ticket to a student.
No, the tickets to December 2021 and February 2022 performances are separate. Please add those to your cart individually.
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.