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Celebrate National Coming Out Day with the Denver Gay Men's Chorusy and the Denver Women's Chorus
Saturday, October 12th!
In Honor of National Coming Out Day 2019, The Denver Gay Men's Chorus and the Denver Women's Chorus are excited to present an encore performance of Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall Saturday, October 12th at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities.
Join the Denver Gay Men's Chorus and the Denver Women's Chorus for Quiet No More - A Choral Celebration of Stonewall. This piece was commissioned to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising on June 28, 1969 in New York City's Greenwich Village and to celebrate a seminal event in LGBTQ history that launched the modern day gay civil rights movement.
Sing with DGMC!
Sing in the shower? In public? Do your friends wish you had an outlet for all your vocal energy? Why not sing with DGMC?
We hold auditions twice a year in August and January! Have questions about who we are and what we are all about? Just email us, and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have! This is entertainment worth COMING OUT for!
Watch this space and our Facebook Page for updates!
Our next auditions will be in January 2020!
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with any questions and to schedule an audition at email@example.com!
"Sometimes finding time to volunteer is hard to do, however, one group, the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus is stepping out and making a difference in the homeless community in Denver.”
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The Denver Gay Men's Chorus was established in 1982 with a passionate commitment to the lives and well-being of LGBTQ persons and steadfast dedication to fostering tolerance and acceptance through music. Now in its 37th year as the premier gay performing arts organization in the Rocky Mountain region, DGMC has performed more than 225 concerts that have entertained, educated, inspired and empowered audiences of all ages. The 120 singers have appeared at top-rated venues throughout the greater Denver metropolitan area, initiated an educational outreach tour to Denver area schools, premiered 14 newly-commissioned choral works, launched a year-long Street Requiem Project to heighten community awareness of issues surrounding homelessness and housing insecurity, and shared the stage with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Broadway stars, and entertainers such as Margaret Cho and Alan Cumming. Most recently, the DGMC made its first-ever appearance at Coors Field to sing the national anthem before a MLB game between the Colorado Rockies and the San Diego Padres and, in an exciting start to 2019, was thrilled to participate in inaugural activities for Colorado's new governor, Jared Polis, at the invitation of the governor, himself.
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