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Virtual subscriptions for Folger Consort's 2021/22 season are on-sale now

Become a subscriber to Folger Consort's 2021/22 season of early music and guarantee the best seats at our in-person concert programs at St. Mark's Church on Capitol Hill, access to video performances from the season, and more. For the 2021/22 season, we are also offering a separate digital subscription with discounts on access to our on-demand concert videos as they are released. Check back here for more details once subscriptions to the 2021/22 season go on sale.

Click here to purchase your virtual subscription today.

Please note that dates, times, and locations for in-person performances are subject to change as the Folger responds to the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19.
 
Season Dates:
 
Virtual concert available for streaming October 22, 2021: Henry Purcell and Music of 17th-Century London
 
December 10-18, 2021: A Medieval Christmas
 
 

Subscriptions come with benefits:

  • The best seats at the best price at in-person performances
  • Free ticket exchanges
  • Free access to the Early Music Seminar series hosted by Artistic Director Robert Eisenstein, offered online via Zoom
  • Free access to other Folger Consort programming offered virtually, such as Listening Parties
  • Ticket discounts to Folger Theatre performances and O.B. Hardison Poetry Series events
  • E-minders and special offers

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For more information on subscribing, please contact our Box Office at 202.544.7077 or email FolgerBoxOffice@folger.edu.

Click here to purchase your virtual subscription today.

We are closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19 and will adapt our offerings and experience as circumstances evolve. We are deeply invested in the safety and comfort of our audiences and will work with ticketholders to ensure flexibility throughout the season.

Subscriptions purchased in 2020 for the 2020/21 season will be honored for the 2021/22 seaon. Current Folger Consort subscribers will have access to any upcoming performances as announced – whether virtual, in-person, or both – as well as any additional Folger Consort programs that are scheduled, such as Early Music Seminars or other virtual events.