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Holiday Concert with Brooklyn Baroque

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Morris-Jumel Mansion

65 Jumel Terrace

New York, NY 10032

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Join us for an intimate holiday concert by Brooklyn Baroque and friends, held in the Mansion's Octagon Room!

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The Morris-Jumel continues an annual tradition, hosting Brooklyn Baroque’s Holiday Concert in the elegant Octagon Room for the 21st season! Join us for an intimate evening of 18th century music within the halls of Manhattan's oldest surviving house. Enjoy works by Bach, Vivaldi, Boismortier and Abel, among others.

Due to the pandemic, seating is very limited, so get your tickets now!

More visting information can be found on our website. https://www.morrisjumel.org/covid19

Health and Safety Guidelines:

Face coverings are required for all visitors over the age of two. The Morris-Jumel Mansion has masks available if you do not have your own. The Center for Disease Control recognizes that wearing masks may not be possible in every situation or for some people, including when masks may exacerbate a physical or mental health condition, lead to a medical emergency, or introduce significant safety concerns. The Morris-Jumel Mansion has face shields available for those who cannot wear a mask.

Refusal to wear a face mask or face shield will result in denied entry. Additionally, face coverings must be worn for the duration of your stay. CDC guidelines advise that face coverings should: (1) Reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nose; (2) Fit snugly against the sides of the face.

Proof of Vaccination and a photo ID are required for all visitors in accordance with the “Key to NYC” mandate. Please be prepared to show these items to staff members in order to be permitted into the building and make sure that you arrive early before the performance begins to show these items at check-in.

Proof of vaccination may include: (1) NYC COVID Safe app, (2) Excelsior Pass, (3) CDC Vaccination Card (or photo of card), (4) NYC Vaccination Record, (5) An official immunization record from outside NYC or the U.S. Valid I.D. includes your name accompanied by a photograph OR your date of birth, such as: (1) Driver’s license, (2) Government I.D. card, (3) IDNYC card, (4) Passport, (5) School I.D. card

In advance of booking your visit, please review our visitor guidelines and procedures listed on our website which will help orient you before you arrive and ensure that you get the most out of your museum experience. We reserve the right to deny entry to anyone not abiding by these guidelines to ensure the safety of our staff and other visitors. Visit: https://www.morrisjumel.org/covid19

By completing this registration process, you agree to abide by our visitor guidelines and procedures, which serve to help keep our museum community safe.

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Morris-Jumel Mansion

65 Jumel Terrace

New York, NY 10032

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The Morris -Jumel Mansion is a historic house museum that seeks to preserve and interpret Manhattan’s oldest residence, one that has witnessed the evolution of northern Manhattan from rural countryside to a dynamic multicultural community. Through historic site tours and education programs, the museum interprets the mansion in the context of domestic life in New York City, the influx of European immigrants to Washington Heights, the City Beautiful movement at the turn of the century, the life of the Jumel Terrace Historic District, and more. Morris-Jumel Mansion seeks to serve as a cultural resource for an audience of national and international visitors and, in particular, the diverse audiences of the City of New York.

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