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Welcome, First-Time Concert Goers!

We are so excited for you to join us at one of our upcoming events. If you have any questions ahead of your visit, feel free to look over our Concert Attendance FAQs sheet.

Still have questions? Reach out to and we will be happy to provide you with any additional information you may need.

Photo: Sam Brewer

Our Commitment to You

We believe that the best musical experiences are nurtured in spaces where all people feel celebrated and secure. In an effort to reduce harm, create accountability, and correct behavior, we encourage our community to report all incidents of racism, discrimination, and harassment. Each incident will be reviewed by our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee to ensure that appropriate actions are taken.

Click here to fill our our Racism, Discrimination, Harassment Incident Report Form.

Introducing Our Newest Educational Initiative!

We are thrilled to offer our "Do You Know Her?" blog as part of our ongoing educational initiatives. With this series, we hope to expose our audiences to a range of female composers throughout history and celebrate their often overlooked achievements.

Over the course of four weeks, we showed a spotlight on four remarkable women: Vittoria Aleotti, Fanny Mendelssohn, Rebecca Clarke, and Ethel Smyth. These composers span centuries and genres, and are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to musical matriarchs.

Red text asks "Do you know her?", set against a cream background with red framing accents and a red border.

More Posts Coming Soon!

Cappella Clausura Stands with #BlackVoicesMatter

Cappella Clausura is committed to integrating anti-racism into all aspects of our organization: audience, artists, administrators, and board. We recognize the long history of racism within our field and pledge to follow a path of equity, diversity, and inclusion. We believe that the best musical experiences are nurtured in spaces where all people feel celebrated and secure. Our mission has always been to lift up the voices of women whom our field has historically overlooked, and we remain committed to including the voices of other underrepresented communities.

Click here to learn more about #BlackVoicesMatter: A Pledge of Anti-Racism in Choral Practice.

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