We will sing from 10 to 3 with a break for dinner-on-the-grounds. Locals are encouraged to bring a dish to share.
We will sing in the Rosenfeld Hall lecture hall (different than in previous years). Please enter via side door on Grove Street; the main (courtyard) entrance leads to dormitory space.
The singing will be held in Rosenfeld Hall inside the first-floor auditorium. The venue is not equipped with automatic door openers, but is otherwise accessible. Two single-stall all-gender restrooms (one accessible) are located off the auditorium.
Street parking is free on Sundays. Yale’s parking lot 51, accessed from Temple Street between Elm and Wall Streets, is also free on the weekend, and is a four-minute walk from Rosenfeld Hall.
We ask that all attendees be vaccinated against Covid-19.
In addition, singers must perform a same-day Covid test and will be asked to provide evidence of a negative result (a photo is fine). If you are unable to access testing, we will have a limited number of rapid tests available at the registration table. Please stay home if you are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness, even if you test negative, or are a recent close contact of someone with Covid-19.
Masking is welcome but at each individual’s discretion. Rosenfeld Hall has mechanical ventilation vetted by Yale’s Office of Environmental Health & Safety as appropriate for gatherings; windows are on three sides of the room, and will be open throughout the day.
Any changes to our Covid policies will be announced by April 1.