FAQs

Q: “Are you a religious choir?”

A: The Chorus is not affiliated with any religious organization, and students from all backgrounds are welcome to sing with us.  Many of our supporters are from various faith backgrounds, and several concert and rehearsal spaces are provided by faith organizations.  If this is a concern of yours, please ask to speak to our Executive Director or a Board member.

Q: “How are you addressing Covid-19?”

A: We require everyone to wear masks indoors unless eating/drinking/singing, we’ll take temperatures upon arrival using a non-touch thermometer, we expect students and volunteers to wash hands frequently, we’ll provide hand sanitizer at the sign-in table, will diligently clean and sanitize the location, a volunteer will sign in students as they arrive and depart to avoid sharing pens, one volunteer will serve snacks; they will wear a mask and gloves, if a student comes down with covid-19, everyone is notified, and rehearsals will be suspended for 2 weeks, students will be kept socially distant during singing and games, and concerts will be streamed online, and a limited number of tickets will be offered to allow for social distancing for in-person concert-goers.

We are staying up-to-date, and will update our protocol as information and circumstances change surrounding covid-19.

Q: “How much do you cost?”

A: Our Seasonal and Day Camp programs cost $60 per student and our Music on the Mesa Camp costs $160. Tier One Scholarships are available at 50% according to need and there are Family Discounts for 5% off additional family members after the first one. Shirts cost $20 and are also covered by scholarships.

Q: “Where do you meet?”

A: Currently, we are meeting at Crossroads United Methodist Church(599 30 Rd, Grand Junction, CO 81504) for the Summer Day Camp and Christmas in July.

Showcasing Resilience will be held at Calvary Chapel (492 Morning Glory Ln, Grand Junction, just off of North Ave).