As part of the larger Bard College community, our driving principle is to operate with a duty of care for all—our artists, audiences, students, and staff—alike.
In order to share performances with as many audience members as possible, we ask that you read the following information and commit to participating in our community of care.
Protocols may change. Please refer back to this page and to Fisher Center email communications for the most up-to-date guidance and policies. We will continue to assess our COVID protocols and guidelines, as well as consistently monitor new developments, recommendations, and mandates from the CDC and New York State government.
While we understand that there are varying levels of audience expectations when it comes to safety protocols, we appreciate your understanding that Bard College and the Fisher Center have carefully reviewed and implemented these policies with the intent to be adaptable and compliant, regardless of any new waves or variants, minimize risk, and allow for the continuation of our programs while keeping our artists, audience, staff, and greater Bard community of students and faculty safe.
This information was last updated on January 4, 2023.
Health and Safety
What are the health and safety protocols for Fisher Center performances?
Protocols may change. Please check back closer to your performance for updates.
ALL GUESTS OF THE FISHER CENTER
- We highly recommend that all guests be fully vaccinated.
- Masks are recommended—but not required—for all.
- We strongly recommend that all unvaccinated guests remain masked at all times.
If you have recently tested positive for COVID, you may only attend an event if all of the following are true:
- It has been at least five days since you tested positive.
- You are no longer experiencing symptoms.
- If it has been more than five days but less than 10 days since testing positive, you will remain masked at all times while indoors.
- We ask that all unvaccinated guests remain masked at all times.
- We ask that you test negative for COVID within 24 hours before attending an event at the Fisher Center.
Where will performances take place?
Productions will be staged for in-person audiences at the Fisher Center. Select performances will also be available to livestream on our virtual stage, Upstreaming.
How do I watch livestream events?
Viewing details and how-to instructions will be available at the time of purchase.
What are some of the best practices for viewing livestreams?
Check your connection speed. We recommend a download speed of at least 5 mbps. Click here to test your connection.
Check your web browser. For best results, we recommend using the latest version of Chrome, Safari, Edge, or Firefox (note: we do not support Internet Explorer).
You can access performances on a PC or Mac in the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Edge, or Safari or on your mobile device using the latest version of the Safari or Chrome apps.
Cast the performances to your smart TV from your desktop computer or mobile device using Chromecast or AirPlay, or connect your computer to your TV with an HDMI cable. We do not recommend trying to access the links in a connected/smart TV browser.
Where can I find out more about your daily activities and announcements?
Tickets and Seating
What if I need accessible seating?
When reserving your tickets, please contact us if you have questions about accessible seating. The Box Office can be reached by telephone at 845-758-7900 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I purchase tickets?
You may purchase tickets 24/7/365 right here on our website.
Our physical Box Office is open Tuesdays—Fridays 10 am – 5pm, as well as 1 hour before any performance.
To speak with a ticket agent, call 845-758-7900 or email email@example.com. Please have your credit card information ready when you call.
Phone & Email Hours
Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm
Thursday: 10 am – 8:30 pm
Friday: 10 am – 8:30 pm
Saturday: 12 pm – 8:30 pm
Sunday: 9 am – 3 pm
I have a credit from previous ticket purchases. How can I use my credit?
Credit can be used in the following ways:
- To purchase 2023 Season tickets
- Kept on file for future Fisher Center events
- Donated to support the Fisher Center
If you’d like to use your credit in any of the ways mentioned above, please contact a Box Office representative at 845-758-7900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happens if I suspect I am ill and can no longer attend a performance?
For the safety of all in attendance, we ask anyone feeling unwell to stay home. Whenever possible, we will offer exchanges to later performance dates, a credit toward future performances, or the option to donate your tickets.
How can I help support the Fisher Center?
Thank you for offering your support for the Fisher Center and Bard Music Festival. Donations of all sizes are appreciated and help us in our efforts to continue presenting extraordinary performing arts programming.Ways to Support