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Scary-oke 2019 with the Denver Women's Chorus!
No bones about it, this night will be a skele-TON of fun!
Unlike vampires, this night of fundraising and karaoke won't suck. Unlike mummies, you don't need to keep this under wraps, so tell your friends! And...uh...werewolves are very...hairy.
Participate in karaoke or pay to get out of it, sip on some of our pun-derful signature cocktails, and costumes are highly encouraged!
See you there- it'll be a devilishly good time.
NEXT STOP: Fort Collins
DGMC and DWC will hit the road in September to bring Quiet No More, along with some Pride Anthems to Fort Collins!
Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall
The choruses of Rocky Mountain Arts Association join forces to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, a seminal event that gave birth to the gay rights movement in the United States. The combined ensembles premiered this newly-commissioned choral work commemorating this 1969 landmark event with five performances throughout the Denver metropolitan area and sang it at Carnegie Hall in June. Now, the concert is coming to Fort Collins on September 28th at Griffin Concert Hall at Colorado State University.
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 Recent concerts included a performance with Cris Williamson and a tribute to the women of country music.