Brooklyn Art Song Society Postpones Upcoming Concert due to COVID-19

By Francisco Salazar

The Brooklyn Art Song Society has postponed its upcoming performance due to COVID-19.

The organization noted that “it’s with great sadness that we must announce the postponement of ‘Beginnings, Middles, and Ends IV: Evidence of Things Not Seen,’ originally scheduled for this Friday, Jan. 7. Since the beginning of the pandemic it has been BASS’s guiding principle to continue to find a way to keep this music we love here when we need it the most while also keeping our performers, staff, and audience safe.”

As a result, BASS will reschedule the concert for Monday, May 23rd, 2022. The venue will remain the same, but it will be presenting the program in the larger sanctuary of the First Unitarian Church of Brooklyn.

For audience members who have RSVP’d to the concert, the reservation will be automatically transferred to the new date. If an audience member was on the waitlist, the increased capacity for the concert will allow waitlisted members to have a reserved spot.

Due to the postponement, BASS  will offer a free month of its Digital Concert Hall with the promo code BASSFAM.