COVID Safety Protocols

Your New Jersey Symphony Orchestra is very excited to return to our venues for the 2021–22 season, and safety remains of the utmost importance.

In coordination with our venues, we will adhere to the safety protocols set by each venue, while also monitoring current guidance from the CDC and from state and local health authorities. Given the evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will update these protocols if circumstances require.  

Patrons attending performances are currently required to either show proof of COVID-19 vaccination via a vaccine card or through an app such as the Docket App OR present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 2–3 days of the performance date.

If you have tickets for upcoming performances, we recommend that you review your preferred venue’s policies in advance of attending a concert. Venues may have similar policies but some may vary and these policies may continue to evolve. Patrons without proper documentation as required by the venue will not be admitted to the performance. 

For quick reference, visit these links to review your preferred venue’s safety policy: 

We will provide links to State Theatre New Jersey in New Brunswick and Richardson Auditorium in Princeton policies later in 2021 as we approach our first concert dates at those venues. 

Additionally, all New Jersey Symphony Orchestra employees (staff and musicians) are required to be fully vaccinated no later than September 28, 2021, except for any person exempted as a matter of law. In these isolated cases, no in-person work will be permitted. Parallel mandatory vaccine policies are also in place for guest conductors and visiting artists. 

If you have any questions about venue safety measures we encourage you to contact your venue directly, or you can contact Patron Services at 1.800.ALLEGRO (255.3476), Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm.