Not one of us could have imagined that in 2020 the entire globe would be addressing the COVID-19 pandemic or how crippling it would be to nonprofits like Rocky Mountain Arts Association (RMAA), which depends on event revenue from their choral performances. As you may know, we canceled our upcoming Spring concerts, which represents a quarter of the organization’s earned annual income and puts us in a precarious financial position.
In order for RMAA to weather the short term and potentially long term financial impact of COVID-19, we need your support. Please help us sustain our organization through 2020 so we can continue building community through music. We thank you.
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Please read the following article from RMAA and DGMC regarding this weekend and next week’s performances!
RMPBS Quiet NO More Segment
The Denver Gay Men’s and Denver Women’s Choruses have a mission pursuing equality and social justice for all people. Chorus members share their personal stories and struggles. Then, we follow along as they perform the musical piece “Quiet No More” in NYC, acknowledging the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, a catalyst for the Gay Civil Rights movement.
Rating: NR Video has closed captioning.
click here to watch the video!
THANK YOU Jarod Polis and Colorado!
June 7-8 2019 are Rocky Mountain Arts Association days, as so decreed by Colorado’s own Governor, Jarod Polis!
Did you see us perform at the inauguration of Governor Jarod Polis? What an amazing experience it was for the members of the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus, Off Kilter! and Take Note! to open this historic event! Check out photos from the event by following these three groups on Facebook!
Check out the press for Quiet No More!
Watch the video of DGMC performing for the inauguration of Governor Jared Polis1
Rocky Mountain Arts Association is Colorado’s oldest and largest LGBTQ arts organization. With a mission of “building community through music”, its member choruses, the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus and the Denver Women’s Chorus, have been entertaining audiences throughout the greater Denver metropolitan area and Colorado Front Range communities for thirty-six years. Now recognized as one of Colorado’s premier performing arts organizations, RMAA produces five subscription concert series each year and participates in dozens of free community outreach events benefitting nonprofit organizations, advocacy groups and business organizations, along with educational programming in Denver area high schools to engage and empower LGBTQ, questioning and gender nonconforming youth and their allies. RMAA member choruses have performed in twelve states, the District of Columbia and in Canada; appeared in all of Colorado’s top-tier performance venues; commissioned more than twenty new choral works; produced a number of commercial recordings; and performed with several well-known Broadway and television artists. In more than three decades of performances, the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus and the Denver Women’s Chorus have entertained, educated and inspired almost one-half million audience members.