Canceled: Colorado Choir Performance of "Songs of Love and Loss"

The Colorado Choir concerts scheduled for March 13 and March 14 have been canceled. 

We are delighted to announce that The Colorado Choir has partnered with the Denver Public Library to offer tickets to the March performances of “Songs of Love and Loss.” A special reservation code allows DPL customers to attend the performance at no cost.  

“Songs of Love and Loss” features the world premiere performance of “Abandon” by Z. Randall Stroope, which is based on a poetic meditation about the relationship between Auguste Rodin and his student Camille Claudel. Other favorite composers including Copland, Hogan, Ticheli, Grieg, and Whitacre will be featured. 

Founded in 1976, The Colorado Choir is one of the most dynamic influences in the Colorado music scene. In its history, it has presented more than fifty performances with the Denver Symphony Orchestra. Today, the choir specializes in performing significant compositions for a cappella choir. Celebrating its 43rd season, The Colorado Choir continues to evolve as an important part of the community by providing classical choral literature through its concert schedule and other public appearances.

Tickets may be reserved online using the coupon codes below. Quantites for this special offer are limited, please be thoughtful of others and limit your reservation to two tickets total.  
Reservations will be added to the Will Call list and pickup instructions will be sent via email from the Colorado Choir. 

Friday, March 13 - 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 14 - 7:30 p.m.

Bethany Lutheran Church, 4500 E. Hampden Avenue, Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113.  

Written by stacey on February 13, 2020