Founded in 1984, the Denver Women's Chorus (DWC) exists to build community through music. Although our origins lie in the lesbian community, we are open to everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. We are a community chorus of women with equal interests in the excellence of our music and performances, as well as in the communities in which we live. DWC believes that music should challenge and inspire us towards individual growth and dynamic engagement in enriching the entire community; the chorus, our audience, and beyond.

"I sing with this community of women for the beauty of passion and joy expressed in their voices."

Ann Afton

Join the Denver Women's Chorus!

Female singers, we would love for you to audition for the Denver Women's Chorus. Next season we will team up with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and be featured in Boettcher Concert Hall as the CSO kicks off their fall season with the Pops Orchestra. Our own fall season will be filled with opportunities for singing and community as the chorus prepares for the January 2015 concert: Broadway and Aliens!

We will have our first rehearsal on Sunday, August 17, 2014 from 6-9 pm at Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church, 1980 Dahlia St. Denver, CO 80220. You will get to experience a full Denver Women's Chorus rehearsal, watch a mock audition, and schedule your own audition for later that week. If you are interested, send an inquiry at info@rmarts.org or just show up to rehearsal on August 17.

Mark Zwilling, Artistic Director

Mark's educational and professional background is extensive, and he has served as artistic director for the women's chorus for 11 years. Mark also served as artistic director for OutLoud for 5 years. Currently, Mark is the Director of Music at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, is the staff accompanist for the Colorado Academy, and is an actively performing pianist and private voice teacher.

Prior to coming to Denver, Mark worked with Tim Seelig and the Women's Chorus of Dallas and was the Director of Worship at Cathedral of Hope, the largest Metropolitan Community Church in the world. Marks talents have led him throughout the country and have provided him the opportunity of working with such individuals as former Phantom of the Opera star Michael Crawford, as well as performing under the auspices of the National Endowment for the Arts. Mark holds three undergraduate degrees and a master's degree in Music. He graduated with honors from DePaul University.

Alison Dozier, Assistant Artistic Director

"Alison Dozier is the Assistant Artistic Director of the Denver Women's Chorus and the Director of Take Note! the small ensemble of the Denver Women's Chorus. Alison has been with the chorus for the past 4 years, serving as a section leader, soloist, and music selection committee member. As a member of Take Note! she has collaborated on original arrangements and choralography.

Alison has loved to sing since childhood and comes from a musical family. She became interested in jazz at an early age and went on to sing big band jazz and swing while minoring in music at Macalester College. Alison is a professional counselor in Denver working with children and families."