The Spanish Fork Chorale was formed in 1992 and has been performing in the community for Christmas, Easter, and other concerts ever since. The mission of the Spanish Fork Chorale is to enrich the lives of its participants by providing top quality choral direction and music education, encouraging the development of the singer and the individual, building a fun, cohesive, high-quality performing group, and to be a valuable resource and enrich the quality of life in the community by providing meaningful and entertaining performances. In 2006 the choir started hiring professionally trained directors and has seen a vast improvement in its sound and audience appeal as a result.
The Chorale meets Tuesday nights from 7-9pm at the Spanish Fork High School Choir Room, 99 North, 300 West. The choir's year is broken up into two semesters, Fall and Spring, with the Fall semester usually beginning around Labor Day and the Spring semester usually beginning the second week in January. The choir doesn't meet during the summer months.