The Bayerische Staatsoper has announced that it will be able to perform to a full house at the start of its 2021-22 season.
The news comes following the Bavarian State Government’s resolution which will allow the house to open at full capacity.
The company announced that in order to be able to perform at a full capacity, audience members must present a negative COVID test, proof of vaccination, or proof of recovery from COVID-19. Also, all audience members must wear masks at all times even while seated during the performance.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Bayerische Staatsoper has been applying strict health regulations and noted that it will continue to monitor developments on a daily basis.
The company also announced it has had to postpone the sale of tickets for October performances until Sept. 4. The Bayerische Staatsoper’s 2021-22 season opens on Sept. 17 with an Opera for all concert.