Earlier this year, the 140-member Denver Gay Men's Chorus celebrated 35 years of entertaining audiences in the Mile High City. Next year, they'll be adding to their legacy when they bring the music of the British Invasion to Denver for a series of special performances.
Denver Gay Men's Chorus: British Invasion will have three performances at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House on March 16-17 (Friday and Saturday evening shows, along with a Saturday matinee). Tickets for the event are now on sale; click here to get yours directly on AXS.com.
Part of the Rocky Mountain Arts Association, the Denver Gay Men's Chorus was founded in 1982 with "a commitment to build a diverse community and foster acceptance through music." The chorus performs three concert series every year in addition to many community outreach events. Earlier this year, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper declared June 15-17, 2017 as Denver Gay Men's Chorus 35th Anniversary days, commending the chorus for being "a respected leader in the arts community that significantly enriches the cultural life of the city while serving as a messenger of social justice and change."
Watch a video on the harrowing history of the Denver Gay Men's Chorus above and click this link to get tickets to their British Invasion performances.