North Valley Chorale (NVC) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to the cultural, musical, and social enrichment of metropolitan Phoenix and its surrounding communities.
Founded in 2008, NVC now boasts over 50 Members, ages 18-85, led by volunteer Music Director, Eleanor Johnson. NVC is supported by an active and distinguished Board of Directors.
What is NVC’s mission?
We serve our community by providing affordable, accessible and inspiring performances of choral music from many traditions, eras, and cultures. Our repertoire ranges from classical to pop, Broadway, patriotic and sacred music. Each year we perform two-three main Concerts at varied venues throughout the Valley, as well as several outreach performances.
How do we serve?
We reach out into our community to share our gifts of music, companionship and goods with those who are lonely, ill, and homeless. NVC is a community arts partner of Banner Alzheimer Institute (BAI), Pueblo Norte Senior Living Community, UMOM shelters, and the VA Medical Center.
Want to join us?
Do you like to sing, dance, usher or help with production? Share your time and talent to help bring the joy of music to others.
NVC rehearses every Wednesday evening at the Phoenix Boys Choir, 1131 E. Missouri Ave, Phoenix, Arizona. We have open rehearsals on the first Wednesday of each month, if you would like to visit and sit in on a rehearsal. New members are admitted in January and September of each year.
Men- we are in need of good Tenors and Basses!
Contact us or call Eleanor Johnson, Music Director, at (623) 252-1746 to schedule a voice check or to volunteer.