Marion Civic Chorale
Marion Civic Chorale

FAQ

 
Where are the concerts held?
Our regularly scheduled concerts are held at various locations. See Coming Events for details.
 
When are the concerts held?
The Marion Civic Chorale ​presents a patriotic concert for Veterans Day, a holiday program in Winter, and a classical program in Spring. Additional concerts are scheduled throughout the year. See Coming Events for details.
 
How can I get tickets to the concerts?
Concerts of the Marion Civic Chorale are presented free of charge. A free will donation is gladly accepted.
 
How is the Marion Civic Chorale funded?
We are a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) ​corporation. We depend on concert donations, membership dues, patron donations, and grants for support.
 
Who are the singers?
Our singers come from a variety of musical backgrounds -- church choirs, community choruses, professional groups, and those who just love to sing. The commonality of our love of musical entertainment brings the Chorale together.
 
Who manages the Marion Civic Chorale?
The Marion Civic Chorale is managed entirely on a volunteer basis by a Board of Directors elected by the membership.
 
​How can I become a member of the Marion Civic Chorale?
Prospective members are invited to attend rehearsals as a guest. See Membership Info and Rehearsal Schedule for details.
 
I'm not a singer, but would like to volunteer to help in other ways.
The Marion Civic Chorale welcomes non-singers as Associate Members to assist with a variety of tasks. See Membership Info for details.
 
I am interested in helping the Marion Civic Chorale financially.
Please contact us to find out how you can become a patron of the Marion Civic Chorale. Your gifts are tax deductible and help us continue to bring beautiful music to Marion County.