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Mozart Concert Postponement Reminder
Due to the surge of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, Berkshire Opera Festival has made the important and necessary decision to postpone our upcoming "Mid-Winter Mozart" concert. 
 
The concert will now be held at 4:00 PM on Sunday, March 27, 2022, at Saint James Place in Great Barrington

Current ticket holders will automatically have their tickets exchanged to this new concert date. If you have a scheduling conflict and are unable to attend the concert on its new date, please contact BOF to either request a refund or to convert your ticket purchase to a tax-deductible donation. We respectfully request that any refund requests be submitted to BOF no later than Friday, March 18

Please email BOF with any questions you may have at Events@BerkshireOperaFestival.org

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MID-WINTER MOZART
A not-to-be-missed performance for Mozart enthusiasts of all ages!

Sunday, March 27, 2022 @ 4:00 PM
75 minutes (no intermission)

Saint James Place
352 Main Street, Great Barrington, MA
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Concert made possible in part by the generosity of John O'Brien and Jamie Lehrer
BOF 2022 Season Auditions
BOF is excited to announce orchestra and chorus auditions for our upcoming 2022 summer season!  All positions are paid and all auditionees will also be considered for the substitute list.

Orchestra Auditions
BOF is holding auditions for SECTION VIOLIN positions. Auditions will be held on Saturday, February 12, in New York City. NOTE: The deadline to apply for an audition slot is Friday, January 21

Chorus Auditions
BOF is looking for choristers for our summer 2022 mainstage production of Don Giovanni and beyond!  We will be holding auditions for SOPRANOS, ALTOS, TENORS, and BARITONES/BASSES on Saturday, March 26 in Great Barrington.  
 
CLICK HERE to visit our website for additional information on both audition opportunities, including how to apply.
A Note of Thanks to Our BOF Family
Happy 2022! As we begin a new year, the leadership of Berkshire Opera Festival would like to take a moment to express our sincere gratitude to our BOF patrons and donors for your ongoing dedication and support, especially to those who made generous contributions during our recent 2021 year-end campaign. 

We are excited to be able to share our full 2022 season plans with you in the coming weeks. Our ability to plan and perform isn't completely back to normal (as evidenced by the need to postpone our Mid-Winter Mozart concert) but we are light years ahead of where we were in 2020. Today we are armed with much more knowledge and methods for keeping our audiences and artists safe, but that doesn't mean we won't continue to face challenges in the months ahead. Staffing shortages, supply chain issues, closures of longtime business partners, and the ending of government emergency relief funds are concerns facing all industries and communities, including BOF. Our resilience and confidence to keep pushing forward when faced with these obstacles are entirely thanks to you. 
Thank You, and Here's to a Happy and Healthy 2022!
Berkshire Opera Festival Leadership from left: Brian Garman, Artistic Director and Co-Founder, Abigail Rollins, Executive Director, and Jonathon Loy, Director of Production and Co-Founder. (Photo: Andrea Yu)
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