• Rogue Valley Youth Choruses

    Nurturing a passion for singing

    Photo by Michael D. Davis
  • Celebrating the Joy of Singing With the World

    England/Wales Tour 2011

  • Help support singing in our community.

  • Filming Holiday Fair at Hanley Farm During the Covid Pandemic

Celebrating the Joy of Singing

2021-2022 Concert Season

Photography by Tim Tidball

A Message From Our Executive Director Brad Nelson

What incredible times that we have all had to endure over the past year! The Live Events Industry has been decimated by the global pandemic; over 12 million people in the industry losing jobs, many businesses shutting down and arts organizations folding. Looking back, I’m proud of what the RVCA has done over this time period. What Laura, Michael, and all of the RVCA members accomplished with Holiday Faire was impressive. It shows that thinking outside the box is what will continue to help our organization grow for years to come. I am excited for our new projects, fundraisers, and other mediums while we continue to look for ways for the RVCA to grow and thrive. I’m thankful that our Board of Directors, our Artistic Director, our three Youth Chorus Directors, and all of our Committee Chairs continue to push the envelope as we come up with new ways to create opportunities for all four of our choruses.

Here’s to a successful 2021-2022 season!





Handel's Messiah

Saturday, December 4, 2021, 7:30 PM Sunday, December 5, 2021, 3:00 PM The Rogue Valley Chorale presents the Christmas movement of George Frideric Handel’s masterpiece, Messiah with accompaniment by Jefferson Baroque Orchestra.

Artistic Director Michael Morris.

To learn more about Michael Morris click here.

To read a Mail Tribune article about Michael Morris, click here.

If you are interested in singing with the Rogue Valley Chorale click here.

Holiday Faire CDs Are Here!

To order click here.

Craterian Stage at the Collier Center

The Rogue Valley Chorale is proud to perform our seasonal concerts at the Collier Center For The Performing Arts on the beautiful Craterian Stage in Downtown Medford, Oregon.

Parking At The Collier Center For The Performing Arts

The New Parking system in the City of Medford is not enforced on the weekends. Craterian management assures us you may park in the city lots near the Craterian free of charge when you come to hear us sing.

Performing Arts Access

Rogue Valley Chorale is pleased to be a Performing Arts Access participant. Anyone who receives food stamps (SNAP) or has an Oregon Trail Card is eligible to receive two $5 tickets to our concerts. To purchase tickets through the Performing Arts Access program call (541) 779-3000 or click here. To learn more about Performing Arts Access and its other participating groups click here.