Spirit of Song: Music Speaks Louder Than Words
(Denver, CO – November 17, 2016) – After kicking off our sixth season with a moving fall concert at Cameron United Methodist Church, the Denver Pro Chorale will present The Spirit of Song: Music Speaks Louder Than Words, a holiday musical event at the Holiday Event Center, 2644 West 32nd Avenue, Denver, CO 80211 on Saturday, December 2, 2017. After the concert, stick around and enjoy some beer and tasty bites, in addition to a raffle for some great prizes.
Tickets are available for advance purchase online at http://denverprochorale.com/tickets/. Tickets are $20.00 for general admission and $15.00 for seniors, students, military, and children. Tickets may also be purchased at the door prior to the concert.
A complete list of Denver Pro Chorale events follows, and additional information may be found at www.denverprochorale.com.
The Spirit of Song: Music Speaks Louder Than Words
Holiday Event Center
Dry Dock Brewery
January 5, 2018
Movie at the Symphony: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in concert
In collaboration with the Colorado Symphony Chorus
Boettcher Concert Hall
March 11, 2018
The Greatest of These: Love Speaks Louder Than Words
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
May 5, 2018
This Too Shall Pass: A Moment Speaks Louder Than Words
Cameron United Methodist Church
Founded in 2012, the Denver Pro Chorale is comprised of thirty-six musicians based in the Denver Metropolitan area. Under the direction of Taylor Martin, the Denver Pro Chorale specializes in singing diverse a cappella choral repertoire including contemporary works from around the world.
Now in our sixth season, the Denver Pro Chorale has collaborated previously with The Colorado Symphony, The Colorado Chorale, El Sistema, Denver’s Church of the Ascension, St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, and the Choirs of Metropolitan State University, in addition to being invited to perform at the Colorado Music Educator’s Association Convention in Colorado Springs.
The programs offered by the Denver Pro Chorale are made possible in part through its partnership with Fractured Atlas.