Inspiring and engaging young performers through quality experiences that create community and nurture a love of the arts.
Prelude is ECC's group of 2nd-4th graders. Led by Music Director Lisa Cole, these students learn the foundations of choral singing, acting, public speaking, and the confidence to perform for an audience. In addition to their choir and musical theater productions, these students have a variety of other community performance opportunities, such as at our annual trip to the Life Care Center of Evergreen.
ECC's Company is comprised of students in 5th-8th grade who are ready to take their performing arts experience to a new level. Students from all backgrounds are encouraged to audition regardless of prior arts experience, but should be prepared to work hard toward a professional quality choir production. Under the Artistic direction of Lindy Casados and Stage Director Gail Montgomery, our members receive high-quality instruction, work as a team, build confidence, and improve their artistic abilities.
Pursue excellence in the performing arts
Provide a fun, joyful and professional atmosphere
Foster collaboration, teamwork and trust
Connect to the heart of our community
Cultivate empathy in a nurturing environment
Respect individuality, diversity and inclusion
Lead by example and with integrity
The Evergreen Children’s Chorale was formed in January, 1991, upon the successful completion of an SCFD (Scientific and Cultural Facilities District) grant written by Jenise Harper. Jenise and others from the community recognized a need in the mountain area for a high-quality music choir and performance ensemble specifically designed for children.
In June of 1991, ECC made their debut with a concert titled, Kids Take Center Stage. From that point on ECC has performed many other concerts and musical classics such as Annie, The Little Mermaid, Willy Wonka, Seussical , Beauty and the Beast, and The Music Man.
News and Updates
Congrats to Alex Weary - 2020 Alumni Scholarship Recipient
Alexandra was in the Evergreen Children’s Chorale for five years and enjoyed performing with the group. Now, she intends to continue her study of theatre arts at Loyola Marymount University in the fall. Alexandra was honored in the eighth grade to receive the Larry Sohrweid Circle of Hands award, and is honored again four years later to be receiving the Elaine Sohrweid Alumni Scholarship from ECC.
Thanks to all who donated to ECC on Giving Tuesday!
It has been an unusual spring and summer for ECC to say the least and we are so appreciative of our wonderful members and donors who have continued to support our mission. We raised over $2500 on #givingtuesdaynow and couldn't have done it without you! Thank You!!!
PO Box 3904, Evergreen, CO 80437