Students that are participating in a music class or choir perform on a stage or choral riser, which are two different things. While both are elevated, a stage is a flat platform whereas a riser has multiple levels that are elevated. Both give the audience the ability to view the performers more easily. With choral risers, each voice can be projected without being partially blocked by the head of another student in front. Portable stages and choral risers can be set up and taken down as needed. Many have the option to add more space. Choose from multiple configurations to create the performance area that fits your space.