Art Project Grant
ACHF Arts Access
A. To continue to find ways for the Chorale to grow. 1, To sing music from a variety of cultures, in styles new to us. 2. To add a few members to the Youth Chorale. B. To increase the cohesiveness of the Chorale 1. Average no more than one absence per person at our rehearsals 2. Maintain a core group of singers by encouraging long-term commitment C. To attract an audience of 150 or more at each concert, and to expose them to different genres of music.A. 1. The Chorale's musical growth will be measured by comparing our current songs to those we performed at our first concerts. 2. The director of the Youth Chorale will submit an evaluation, based primarily on quality and secondarily on numbers. B. Attendance and continuous participation of choir members are quantifiable. C. Audience numbers are quantifiable; their reactions are recorded on the surveys they receive. Eventually, we will change our evaluation tool to a check box, more user friendly form. However, we have extras of the old evaluations to use up. The evaluations are most valuable to us in indicating where our advertising is most effective.
Chorale membership grew to a record-setting forty-seven. Paid attendance at the spring concert was a record-setting 387.
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