Los Angeles Master Chorale | Walt Disney Concert Hall



As we announced last month, we are back this fall with a full season of concerts in 2021-22, after almost two years away from the concert stage. We couldn’t be happier—and couldn’t be more grateful—to be returning to Walt Disney Concert Hall, sharing in the magic of our art form with you, our valued patrons and donors. We thank you for your steadfast support and know you’ll be amazed by the remarkable concerts we have in store. I hope you’ll join us. 

An important part of our work in preparing for our first concerts is making sure that our audience feels comfortable and safe as we continue to live with the COVID-19 pandemic.  To that end, all audience members must prove that they are vaccinated for coronavirus before entering one of our concerts, and they must wear masks indoors. Although a small minority will find these requirements onerous and invasive, we trust that most of our audience will find them to be reassuring and necessary.  

Unfortunately, our vaccine requirement means that children under 12 may not attend our concerts, as they cannot yet get a vaccination. If you have already purchased tickets for children or unvaccinated people, you may call our box office for a refund at 213-972-7282.  

Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the entire Music Center campus, has improved air circulation and filtration across all venues, becoming the first performing arts center to earn the UL Verified Healthy Buildings Mark for Indoor Air Quality. The Master Chorale staff and singers must be vaccinated to return to work. All staff will be wearing masks at all concerts, and although our singers will be performing without masks, they will be wearing them backstage and following all necessary safety protocols.  

Our COVID-19 safety policy is aligned with Los Angeles County Department of Health’s guidelines on COVID-19. As the department adopts changes to its policies, we will update guest requirements.  

We remain committed to making sure that all our audience members can feel safe and secure when they attend a Master Chorale concert so that you can focus solely on the music that our singers are so skilled at making. I hope you’ll agree that we are doing all we can to attain this goal and that you will be able to be a part of our 2021-22 season.

—Jean Davidson, President & CEO ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​