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The Denver Women's Chorus (DWC) was founded in 1984 with the goal of building community through music. 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. Though our origins lie in the lesbian community, we strive to be an inclusive chorus. We are open to everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. All DWC concert music is signed in ASL.

Join the Denver Women's Chorus!

Singers, we would love for you to audition for the Denver Women's Chorus! Next season we will explore a concert that features the theme of Water. Water is an element that is essential to life, and we will examine the impact of water on life by exploring its political, life giving and transformative aspects. This concert will feature a new commissioned work by Christina Whitten and text by one of our members, Hilary Hellums.

The chorus always works on a variety of challenging, exciting and beautiful music. The Denver Women's Chorus is accepting singers for the month of September. If you are interested please write to The simple audition process can happen around the time of the DWC rehearsals. Please consider singing with us! The rehearsals are held in the basement of Montview Presbyterian Church in the Park Hill area. This rehearsal is a great opportunity for anyone interested in joining the chorus to experience a rehearsal and learn more about our chorus. There will be an opportunity to sign up for an audition, which will be held on another date. Auditions are easy and painless. The chorus does not rehearse on Labor Day but continues Sunday evening rehearsal after that weekend. For more information please email us at

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

- Ann Afton

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 14 years. Currently, he is the Director of Music and The Arts at St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch. St. Andrew has more than 450 active music participants in a graded music program. Mark is an active performer and maintains a private studio in organ, voice and piano.



Alison Dozier, Assistant Artistic Director and Director of Take Note!

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 5 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.


Beth DeBoer, Principal Accompanist

Beth De Boer is proud to accompany the Denver Women's Chorus. She has accompanied several ensembles in the Denver area, including the Cherry Creek Chorale and several adult and youth theatre productions. She is the staff accompanist at Castle View High School where the choral program includes six choirs, and is the organist for a local church. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, hiking, motorcycling, and making music!