Singing Our Stories for 35 Years
35th Anniversary Banquet
April 4th, 2019
DoubleTree Hotel Stapleton North
The Denver Women’s Chorus (DWC) is proud to celebrate 35 years of action and change in the front range communities of Colorado with a very special event: Singing Our Stories for 35 Years: The Denver Women’s Chorus Anniversary Banquet, on April 4th, 2019 at the DoubleTree Stapleton North Hotel in Denver, CO. Special guests include past and current members, and also the founder of DWC, Carol White. The keynote speaker for the event is Leslie Herod, the first gay African American to be elected to the Colorado Legislature.
Musical performances by the Denver Women’s Chorus include selections drawn from their extensive repertoire. Songs include Imani, Lineage, Juntos, I Ain’t Afraid, Step by Step and You Are My Music.
Doors open at 6 pm. The program will start at 7 pm. The DoubleTree Stapleton North Hotel is located at 4040 Quebec St, Denver 80216.
The small groups from the Denver Women’s Chorus and Denver Gay Men’s Chorus are getting together to do their VERY OWN SHOW!
It’s a night of a capella…showcasing the two small group ensembles of these two choruses, with songs that you know and love along with some that you may not have heard before that they perform in the community! Check this show out and be friends with Take Note! and Off Kilter!
Tickets on sale soon!
The apex of the 2018-2019 season culminates in the Pride show – culminating in the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall. This concert will feature the Colorado Premiere of Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall! Both the Denver Women’s Chorus and Denver Gay Men’s Chorus will sing anthems to commemorate this incredible moment in history, how far we’ve come, and how far we still need to go. Join us in Broomfield, Golden and at the Kings Center for this show May 18, June 1, and June 7-8!
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!
See the Denver Women’s Chorus and Denver Gay Men’s Chorus perform the National Anthem on two different nights in the Latest Videos Section below!
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.