We have a lot in store this season!
HO HO HO Down to Hollywood
DGMC's Holiday Show, packed full of Holiday Cheer, Frivolity and Fun only the way DGMC does it! Tickets on sale soon!
Olé Olé Olé - Great Hispanic Vocal Artists
Join us at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in March and hear from artists like Carlos Santana, Gloria Estefan and Ricky Martin!
Stonewall 50th Anniversary Pride Show
DGMC and DWC, along with special guests, Harmony: A Colorado Chorale, come together to celebrate Stonewall's Landmark 50th Anniversary!
"I am astounded by the work you are doing in Denver. . . it is soul enriching music made tangible by the partnerships you are building in Denver and around the country to lend your courage and your sense of human dignity to not only the LGBTQ communities but to so many others who need a voice.” Janie - DGMC Donor
The Denver Gay Men's Chorus was established in 1982 with a commitment to build a diverse community and foster acceptance through music. The auditioned, 140 strong community chorus has been doing just that for three and a half decades and more than 140 concerts. For their 36th season, they remain true to their mission of educating, inspiring and empowering, all while entertaining audiences.
DGMC produces three concert series per season, and together with their a cappella group, Off Kilter, perform at many community outreach events each year. DGMC is a member of GALA Choruses, an LGBTQ choral organization made up of over 180 choruses and 10,000 singers worldwide dedicated to continued support of LGBTQ choral music programs.
DGMC is devoted in its commitment to commissioning new works, including "I Am Harvey Milk" by Andrew Lippa and other works. Recent chorus highlights include DGMC's participation in the 2016 Film on the Rocks Prince Tribute, taking the stage at Red Rocks to perform to an audience of 9000 people. Governor John Hickenlooper proclaimed June 15-17, 2017 as Denver Gay Men's Chorus 35th Anniversary days, and honored the chorus for being a respected leader in the arts community that significantly enriches the cultural life of the city while serving as a messenger of social justice and change.
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