Community Chorus

Now Enrolling: Spring Session

Starts March 16, 2020

Music and theatre lovers age 18 and over are invited to join 3Below’s Community Chorus to learn great music, sing together under the tutelage of professional music directors, and perform a concert at the end of each session. Spring session culminates in an American Songbook Concert.



Meets once a week on Monday nights for 15 weeks plus performances


  • Monday, March 16: Choir 101 (introductory class)
  • Monday, March 23: Rehearsal
  • Monday, March 30: Rehearsal
  • Monday, April 6: Rehearsal
  • Monday, April 13: Rehearsal
  • Monday, April 20: Rehearsal
  • Monday, April 27: Rehearsal
  • Monday, May 4: Rehearsal
  • Monday, May 11: Rehearsal
  • Monday, May 18: Rehearsal
  • Monday, May 25 (no rehearsal; Memorial Day)
  • Monday, June 1: Rehearsal
  • Monday, June 8: Rehearsal
  • Monday, June 15: Rehearsal
  • Monday, June 22: Tech Rehearsal
  • Tuesday, June 23: Dress Rehearsal
  • Wednesday, June 24, 7pm: Performance
  • Sunday, June 28, 7pm: Performance
  • Tuition

    $350 | Includes up to 36 hours of professional music instruction and rehearsal, an accompanist, participation in two performances, a binder with sheet music (yours at the end of the session). Participant will provide their own clothing for the concert; typically a combination of black and/or white shirts and pants/skirts.

    $150 in work study is allowable for this program by serving as a volunteer usher for 8 of our Live Theatrical Events (2 per month in April, May, June, and July).

  • Educator

    Coming soon, a biography on the professional educator who will lead this program

  • Expectations

    Participation in these programs is for those age 18 and up

    Participants will attend workshops and performances and in a timely manner

    No previous experience is necessary; just a willingness to get involved, take part and have fun!

    You will be asked to fill out a form providing your contact information and stating your conflicts with the workshop schedule so this can be taken into consideration as we prepare the schedule

  • Work Study

    We want to make these programs accessible to our community and hope this work study model makes it so you can participate even if tuition is more than one can manage at this time. If you are looking to trade services for tuition, work study is available in the following means. Each month, you will have the opportunity to sign-up for shifts to serve as Support Staff for events. This includes but is not limited to assisting in the box office, front-of-house services (ticket taking, audience services), administrative assistance (database entry, office assistance), and event management assistance (preparing venue for events, creating giveaways for audience).

  • Cancelation

    In accepting an application, Guggenheim Entertainment reserves a space for each student and turns away those with an interest for whom there is no more space. If for any reason enrollment must be canceled or changed, Guggenheim Entertainment must be advised in writing. Requests for refunds will be approved on a case by case basis.

    Guggenheim Entertainment shall be made aware of any special needs or limitations of a student. 

    Guggenheim Entertainment reserves the right to cancel any enrollment or to dismiss a student whose conduct or behavior is deemed unsatisfactory to the best interests of the program. In this case, no refunds will be made.

    Guggenheim Entertainment reserves the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment.

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