Updated: Wednesday, September 15, 2021
(policies updated weekly)
As we enter our 2021-22 Season, our paramount concern is for the safety and comfort of our guests, artists, staff, and volunteers. We expect that in-person concerts will have modifications to ensure a healthy environment until the CDC and government health departments indicate it is safe to loosen these restrictions and begin returning to normal operations.
Seraphic Fire will follow the policies recommended and imposed by local jurisdictions and our venues at the time of each concert. Additionally, Seraphic Fire will require all concert attendees to provide proof of vaccination and be masked at all times while inside the concert venue. Children under 12, and individuals with a medical condition or closely held religious belief preventing vaccination, can instead provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR diagnostic test taken within 72 hours or a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken within 24 hours of the performance start time. Self-reported negative test results that are not from a test provider, laboratory, or health care provider will not be accepted. Additionally, masks must be worn by everyone entering the venue.
We are taking these precautions for the comfort and safety of our patrons, but also for our artists whose livelihoods depend on maintaining good health as they work and travel around the country. Our vocal artists are especially at risk of having their careers impacted by an illness that can cripple their valuable instrument.
In addition to the finest choral music performances in South Florida, here are a few things to expect when attending our concerts this season:
For our audience members and volunteers:
For our artists:
For our staff:
Questions? Please do not hesitate to be in touch should you need additional clarification or information regarding your concert experience. Email Info@SeraphicFire.org or call 305.285.9060. Messages will be returned within 24-hours.