I’m a first year teacher and currently in the market to begin fundrasing for risers. My question is what kind of risers should I get? Where should I get them from? I teach K-6 and will use them mostly for programs and eventually an honor choir. I’ll need to fit about 120 kids on them at max at one time. I’ve looked at Wenger, Stageright, and Midwest. We have a very small budget and need the most bang for our buck! Any suggestions? Thanks so much!
I’ve enjoyed Wenger risers. They are built to last forever, lightweight and easy to set up. Have you looked around your district/area for organizations that have risers they don’t need or use? I was lucky enough to find risers that were about to be discarded at a civic auditorium and a school set to be closed. It’s worth asking.
I completely agree. Wenger is the way to go. They are very sturdy and easy to set up. The only thing is that they take up quite a bit of room to store. Plan ahead for where in your venue you would be able to keep them.
I can’t find these choral risers anywhere. I just searched wwbw.com, Music Is Elementary and Music in Motion — AND a google shopping search, goose egg. Can someone please direct me to a site where they have purchased these/ where they are available for purchase?? Thanks!!
Wenger, Wenger, Wenger!!! You can go to the Wenger website directly for information. Storage can be a problem. I am fortunate to have a room that I can store my risers. I’m not sure off hand, but I think Cascio Interstate may sell Wenger.
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