Early Music A Cappella Ensemble | New York City
Jin Krista Kang, Co-Founder and Artistic Director | Tom Jim Solon, Co-Founder

We're back and ready to share the joy of music once again. COVID-19 has impacted everyone and the arts were not spared. As with many other organizations, Canticum Scholare relies on CDC and local New York City and State guidelines to ensure the safety of our members and guests. This year, we are adopting safety measures for all our concerts.

Canticum Scholare will require our guests to present proof of full vaccination. This can take the form of an original CDC vaccination card, Excelsior Pass, Key to New York pass, a photocopy of the CDC card, and a photo of the card. As things stand, the fluidity of the pandemic may change the way we deal with our health and safety procedures for our concerts. Any changes to these protocols will be announced to our guests.

As keeping our audience and members safe is our priority, we reserve the right to require all our guests to wear masks and/or appropriate face coverings while attending all Canticum Scholare events. Our artists will be unmasked during the performance therefore we will ensure a safe distance between the artists and audience members during the actual performance.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding and we look forward to meeting you all once again.


The New York Observer hails Canticum Scholare as "... superlative ..." and "[Canticum’s] sound was lustrous ... and brilliantly shaped."

—October 2015