Jamestown RI Community Chorus

Great Choral Singing Since 1949

Join Us! ~ Membership Info

There are several ways to be a part of our chorus!

  • Sing with us. There are no auditions and everyone is welcome. There is a ‘vocal assessment,’ that is, a one-on-one session with the director to determine vocal placement and vocal screening.
  • There is a nominal membership charge, and a music charge.
  • We currently have from forty to sixty members singing per “semester”.
  • There is a twenty-five dollar membership fee per session and the cost of music per concert is usually around twenty dollars.*
  • We welcome input from the public and have community members-at-large on our board. You could become involved in publicity, ticket-taking, set design or whatever your talents dictate!
  • Attend a concert! In addition to hearing fine music, you will be invited to participate in the famed sing-along portion of the program, and to partake in the reception following each performance.
  • We have ongoing expenses of various sorts, so financial support is always welcome.

* Scholarships are available so don’t fret too much about the fees….

JCC is secular, and a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)3
community organization that exists solely for the purpose of  singing in and for the community. The chorus is open to everyone including those residing outside of Jamestown, RI. There are no auditions. Anyone interested in joining the chorus is encouraged to do so.  There is a charge for music and a nominal membership fee.


Jamestown Community Chorus
P.O. Box 602
Jamestown, RI 02835

Contact JCC

email us!
401-423-1574

DONATE to JCC!
Your Tax-Deductible Donation May be Mailed to: Jamestown Community Chorus
PO Box 602
Jamestown, RI 02835

401-423-1574
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EChorus Singalong

CampfireSeptember 23, 2021
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Choral Arts New England

Many thanks to Choral Arts New England for the emergency grant the chorus received to help pay for our wonderful 2020 Virtual Holiday Concert. CANE awarded twenty such grants to help with choral groups all over New England. Nearly sixty groups applied for the grant which connotes the value of choral singing in the larger community. We deeply appreciate their support.