Have you missed singing with others in person? You’re invited to join members of the Cathedral Choral Society to shake the dust off your vocal cords in a series of summertime community singing events. Or, you’re welcome to come and just listen as live music returns!
There is no charge for CCS SummerSings, and sheet music will be provided for you upon arrival.
Please read the registration information carefully before you register.
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The All Hallows Amphitheater at Washington National Cathedral
3101 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016
Please read all of the following before registering.
Before registering, make sure you have a copy of your Covid-19 vaccination record either as a .pdf or a digital image (jpg, png, etc.).
- All attendees, including spectators, must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination. Date of final shot must be 14 days prior to SummerSing events. You will not be able to complete the registration without uploading a copy of your proof of vaccination.
- Your registration will only be considered confirmed after it is reviewed by a CCS staff member. You will receive an email either confirming your registration or asking for additional information within 24-48 hours after you submit your registration.
- In the case of a medical exemption for vaccination, a letter signed by a medical doctor stating the reason for the exemption must be provided at the time of registration for the event, along with proof of recent (within 1 week of event) negative Covid-19 test. The exemption should be uploaded during the registration; the negative Covid-19 test should be brought to the check-in on the day of the event.
- Registrations will only be available online, and registrations MUST be completed by noon on the Friday before the event. The box office will not be open for walk-up ticket sales. No day-of registrations will be available.
- All attendees, regardless of age, must register.
- All registrations will be delivered digitally; no paper tickets will be issued.
- You may not transfer your registration to another person, regardless of their vaccination status.
- All events will be held at the Washington National Cathedral Amphitheater.
- Parking is available on the streets surrounding Washington National Cathedral or in the Cathedral’s parking garage, with limited parking in front of the Amphitheater itself.
- Please be prepared to show a government-issued ID upon arrival.
- A packet of music will be provided for you upon arrival.
- All participants are required to be fully vaccinated by the day of the event, or to provide a medical exemption and negative Covid-19 test (see Registration Information).
- Upon arrival, attendees must wear masks and go directly to their seating locations and stay in their location for the duration of the event.
- You will be socially distanced from each other participant. Each ‘seat’ will be marked, but seats will not be assigned. Seat choice is first-come-first-served. Participants will be allowed in beginning at 2:30 pm.
- Events will run approximately 60 minutes in length with no intermission.
- No chairs will be provided but participants may bring folding chairs and/or blankets.
- Attendees may bring their own non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy. No food is allowed.
- The only restrooms open to the public are in the parking garage at Washington National Cathedral.
- Washington National Cathedral and Amphitheater are smoke-free facilities. Smoking, including E-cigarettes, is prohibited.
- With the exception of service dogs assisting patrons with disabilities, pets are not permitted.
- Should official government-imposed capacity guidelines change, Cathedral Choral Society reserves the right to change social distancing parameters.
- In the case of inclement weather, the event will be cancelled. The Cathedral Choral Society will notify registrants by email and will post an alert on the website and on social media channels.
SummerSing 4: In Taberna
September 19, 2021 3:00 PM
Rock out with Canon Michael McCarthy, Director of Music at Washington National Cathedral, on selections from Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana — perhaps the closest choral music ever got to heavy metal!