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. Under the direction of Artistic Director Mark Zwilling, the 160-member ensemble will celebrate 35 years of performing asa chorus. 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. The emcee for the evening is Mina Nau, pastor of the John Collins United Methodist Church in Denver.
The banquet begins with a reception and art exhibition celebrating the legacy and longevity of the Denver Women’s Chorus, followed by dinner, speakers, musical performances, a silent auction and our drawing for a trip to New York City.
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.
For more details and tickets to the performance, visit DenverWomensChorus.org or call the chorus office at (303) 325-3939.