The Arvada Chorale brings joy and enrichment to the Front Range community through beautiful choral music. The vision of the Arvada Chorale is that we will be a vital, thriving organization committed to musical excellence; and, as a noteworthy provider of cultural value and goodwill, the Chorale will be an integral part of the Front Range community.
The Arvada Center Chorale made its debut as a community chorus of amateur singers in December, 1977. Now its own 501(c)(3) nonprofit, no longer underwritten by the city, the Arvada Chorale has performed across the Denver metro area and around the world.
In addition to regularly scheduled concerts, we sing for Olde Town Arvada events, memorial services, private functions and the City of Arvada's annual tribute to veterans. Highlights of the past season included our first ever Summer Sing, a concert of Broadway favorites, and performing with the Denver Philharmonic for their holiday concerts in addition to our own December concerts. We were scheduled to present a second and expanded a cappella festival, The Whole AcaLada, in April 2020, but have postponed that to 2021 due to COVID19 restrictions.
The Arvada Chorale is a vital, thriving organization and an integral part of the performing arts in Arvada. We are a Tier III organization supported by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) and received a two-year Colorado Creates grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT). We are grateful to our corporate sponsors, our grant funders, and donors like you!