WMC 2021/22 Season Tickets (IN PERSON)

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Washington Master Chorale

Washington, DC

Washington Master Chorale

"... a sound worth hearing" - Anne Midgette, The Washington Post


To ensure the health and safety of all Washington Master Chorale performers, staff, and patrons, the following policy has been implemented for all in-person performances: 

All staff and WMC singers will be fully vaccinated and masked at all times.

All in-person attendees MUST be masked at all times, distance from WMC staff and other patrons, and fully vaccinated. A WMC staff member will reach out to all season ticket holders to ask for proof of vaccination. Patrons are expected to stay home in the event that they are alerted to a potential exposure. 

Ticket holders who do not comply with these policies will not be permitted to attend the performance and no refund will be issued. If you do not feel that you are able to follow WMC's COVID-19 protocols, we encourage you to join us virtually through our WMC Virtual 2021/22 Season Pass or our individual live-streamed concert options.

Protocols for the December and March concerts will be updated as circumstances develop. 


Sunday, October 24, 2021, 5:00 PM
Church of the Epiphany
Washington, D.C

We open our season with the strikingly beautiful new works from the Canadian choral tradition including the Washington premieres of  Timothy Corlis's Missa Pax and Marjan Mozetich's Flying Swans. The highlight of the program will be the Washington Premiere of D.J. Sparr’s The Healers on texts by Filipino-American poet Janine Joseph, and co-commissioned in partnership with the Houston Grand Opera.  The commission honors all the healthcare workers and other essential workers who continue to serve our society so valiantly. The concert will also feature Benjamin Britten's masterpiece Hymn to St Cecilia, as well as beautiful works by Virgil Thomson, Eriks Ešenvalds, Imant Raminsh, and others.


Saturday, December 11, 2021, 7:30 PM
Church of the Epiphany
Washington, D.C.

Don't miss WMC's annual holiday concert with seasonal choral classics, and rarely heard masterpieces, as well as caroling with timpani brass and organ, and closing with Silent Night sung by candlelight.


Sunday, March 20, 2022, 5:00 PM
Church of the Epiphany
Washington, D.C.

In the spring we present our long anticipated program of works from the Hebraic tradition, including profound and radiant works from Jewish High Holiday liturgies, Eric Whitacre's Five Hebrew Love Songs, and the world premiere of Henry Dehlinger's Kohelet (The Teacher), a passionate and thrilling new extended work for mixed chorus and chamber ensemble, jointly commissioned in collaboration with Santa Clara University and the Santa Clara Chorale.


WMC Virtual Season Pass (2021/22)

In addition to tickets to each of the three season concerts, season ticket holders are provided with access to the live-stream links for each performance in case they decide they are not able to join us in person for any reason. 

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