Have a few questions?
Is the venue accessible?
The Engineers Club is wheelchair accessible, and Baltimore Concert Opera offers seating in compliance with ADA guidelines. Please call the Baltimore Concert Opera office (443.445.0226) in advance of your visit, so that we may personally arrange for your wheelchair access at the club through the rear entrance of the building.
What about Group discounts?
Bring a group, and save! Groups of 10 or more receive discounted tickets and priority seating. For group sales inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children at the opera?
BCO welcomes children over the age of 6 who are able to sit quietly through a performance. All children must be accompanied by an adult, and must have their own tickets. Children and adults who disrupt the performance will be asked to leave at the discretion of the House Manager. Please use your own discretion as to whether the subject matter in each production is appropriate for your child. Visit the individual show event pages for descriptions and plot summaries.
What SHOULD I wear?
You will probably feel most comfortable in business casual attire, but the opera is a great excuse to dress up more formally as well! Our guests dress in khakis, cocktail dresses, jackets, dresses and suits - please no jeans or T-shirts. The most important thing is to celebrate a great night out!
Note: Our ballroom IS a historic space. Although we do our best to try to keep the space at a perfect temperature, the gilded age architecture, stage lights, and full audiences tend to keep temps fluctuating - we advise bringing layers to maintain your perfect personal temperature!