Let beauty in . . . safely
Your health and safety first and foremost
Our top priority is to let you open up to moments of incredible beauty once again, free of any worries. Thank you for taking the time to reply to our survey and sharing your concerns and suggestions with us. We assure you that all possible precautions will be taken and all sanitary and preventive measures strictly maintained at our concerts, for the safest possible environment. We’re enforcing the following measures to keep you safe while you enjoy precious moments of beauty:
- Handwashing is mandatory, and all areas are cleaned frequently.
- Physical distancing must be observed when moving around indoors.
- Since May 14, 2022, wearing a mask or face covering is no longer mandatory in indoor places. The use of it is now optional and at the discretion of each. Wearing a mask remains recommended for vulnerable people and older adults.
A shared sense of safety
In our most recent survey, 96% of respondents who attended the first concerts of the 2021–2022 season said they had complete confidence in the health measures in place.
Tap into the emotion
The musicians of Les Violons du Roy and La Chapelle de Québec apply distancing and are therefore permitted to perform without masks or face coverings once in place on the stage. You get the benefits. Join them once again to share the emotion of making music together and their delight at seeing you.
Truly committed to our audiences
We work closely with concert halls (Palais Montcalm – Maison de la musique, Bourgie Hall, and Maison symphonique de Montréal) that implement health protection practices. We care about the safety of everyone involved with our organization, and we continue to work hard to make your experience with us as wonderful as it can be.
There for you
Questions about what we’re doing to protect your health? Let us know!