a new way to choir

We believe every voice matters. At Remedy Chorus, we cultivate young storytellers who use music for healing. Each semester, we build a cohort of singers who want to be musically literate and use their voice to support others.

Our 8-week choir curriculum includes:


& Songwriting

  • Weekly Choir Rehearsal (Thurs.)

  • Multi-cultural choir music with poetic/historical exploration

  • Songwriting lessons through sharing our own stories

  • Kodály musicianship lessons through learning folk songs from around the world


with curious minds

  • Weekly Explorative Arts gathering (Tues.)

  • Open Mic Night, Movie Nights, Museum field trips, and more!

  • Introducing our youth to the rich heritage available in Huntington Beach and OC


by sharing stories

  • Culminating Showcase for our cohort to present the songs and stories they created

  • Time for all to reflect and share with one another

Pricing and Scholarships

To make our program equitable for all, we have three options for tuition. Remedy Chorus is generously sponsored by the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, a registered 501(c)3 organization. All tuition payments are considered charitable donations and are used to continue programming.

Note: Tuition will be due after students
have accepted an invitation to Remedy Chorus.
It's free to sign up!

Equity Fund

50% or 100% scholarships
Students who qualify can join the Fall cohort for $300 or free.

Fall 2021

Fall Tuition: $600
This includes all explorative arts days, field trips, and supplies.

One for One

One for One: $1,200
Support another student in the program with an additional gift.

Our Team

Kevin Phan

Collaborative Pianist

Pianist/Organist Kevin Phan received his Bachelor’s of Music from CSU Fullerton. His performance experience varies widely from choral concerts, solo recitals, and collaborative recitals with singers and instrumentalists. Kevin is honored to be the accompanist for the Remedy Chorus, and looks forward to being a part of a wonderful journey of music making and discovery.

Arie Lugo


Arie Grace Lugo is a musician and community enthusiast who loves working with passionate students. She is a the program manager with The Dragon Kim Foundation, choral artist for Tonality, Director of Outreach with Supper Church, and a board member of the Kodaly Association of Southern California.

Isabel Ortega

Community Liaison

Isabel Ortega is an incoming freshman at UCLA majoring in Political Science and minoring in Spanish/Community/Culture, and Education/Social Transformation. She is a Speech and Debate Coach for SAUSD students and an Office Assistant at Fair Housing Council of OC. She loves giving back to the community that has helped her be resilient and comfortable.