October 4, 2022
Conrad Tao, Pianist
November 13, 2022
The Raleigh Ringers
January 24, 2023
Geneva Lewis, Violin
March 21, 2023
May 4, 2023
American Brass Quintet
Dear Friends of Tryon Concert Association,
After what seems like forever, the Covid 19 pandemic appears to have reached a new phase. Following the issuance of recent CDC guidelines, our Board has relaxed restrictions for attendance at our remaining two spring concerts (April 4 and April 18). We will continue to monitor the situation and will let you know what future policy changes may be needed as facts warrant.
A return to additional ticket sales
For our two remaining spring concerts only, individual ticket sales will be permitted, and we will offer special discounted subscriptions for those who wish to attend both concerts. Tryon Concert Association retains discretion regarding the number of additional tickets or special subscriptions to be sold.
The use of face masks for the remaining two spring concerts will be at each attendee’s discretion.
We continue to strongly encourage Covid 19 vaccinations for our subscribers.
If you are feeling ill before a concert, or know you have been recently exposed to any persons who have tested positive for Covid 19 or have been exposed themselves, we respectfully request that you stay home and not come to the concert.
Enhanced cleaning by the Tryon Fine Arts Center
Tryon Fine Arts Center has been outfitted with the Pure and Clean air purifier system which the venue assures provides the ultimate air protection for the space with both air and surface purification. Pure and Clean has been proven to reduce 99.96% of airborne SARS-CoV2 viral particles (the virus that causes Covid 19) within 3 minutes.
Hand sanitation stations will be available for your use in the lobby.
Finally, we thank you for your understanding and support during this unusual concert season. We are naturally pleased that we can return to a less restrictive concert experience for all of you!
Sincerest best wishes,
Kymric Mahnke, President