Welcome to the Evergreen Chorale! We are dedicated to providing excellence in choral and musical theater performances for the communities west of Denver, as well as performance training for singers and actors of all ages. We also own and manage Center Stage, Evergreen's only theater space, which serves as performance venue for numerous non-profit organizations, such as the Evergreen Players and the Evergreen Children's Chorale. In addition, Center Stage houses the Rotary gallery and serves as central meeting space for small and large organizations.
In January, 1972, the Canyon Courier ran a story inviting people who enjoyed singing to get together for an informal singing session. The small group that assembled around the large piano at Ruth and Roy Seeber's home became the founding members of the Evergreen Chorale. Since then the Chorale has expanded to one of Colorado's largest and most active community choirs. The Evergreen Chorale is now a registered non-profit [501(c) (3)] organization with over 90 voices composed of amateur singers from Evergreen and surrounding communities. We have been continually committed to providing high caliber musical entertainment and are proud to celebrate our 40th anniversary during our 2012/2013 season.
The Chorale is dedicated to providing educational opportunities for singers of all ages. We offer highschool internships free of charge to talented young singers, which include participation in choral and musical theater productions, special workshops, a scholarship competition and intern recital. We offer two scholarships the Elnora Graeber scholarship and the Mike Weiker scholarship, to graduating seniors (depending on funds available).
The Evergreen Chorale offers an extensive summer music camp to kids in preschool, elementary school, middle and highschool. In the summer of 2012, over 95 children enjoyed being part of our camps. Scholarships are available.
Our organization is all about the music and we strive to create it in an atmosphere of creativity, dedication to quality and mutual respect. We welcome all talented singers and actors to be part of the Chorale and we invite you to become part of our audience. For more information about the Chorale or Center Stage, please contact our staff via email or call us at 303 674-4002.