Individually, and as a group, the Colorado Chorale is dedicated to strengthening the Denver-metro area community through music and individual actions.
From gospel to marimba groups, opera to musical theatre, Colorado Chorale’s programming and community are enriched through collaborative performances.

Past collaborations have included:

  • Alpine Chorale
  • Arapahoe Philharmonic
  • Columbine Chorale
  • Denver Brass
  • Evergreen Children’s Chorale
  • Littleton Symphony Orchestra
  • Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra (now Stratus Chamber Orchestra)
  • St. Martin’s Chamber Choir
  • Spirit of Grace
  • 303 Choir
  • Young Voices of Colorado
A legacy of music for a lifetime is the vision of our Music for Life program, which encourages high school choir members to be lifelong singers.

We collaborate with student choirs to expose them to major choral pieces, often with professional orchestra, and to make them aware of musical opportunities after high school.

In 2019, the Chorale will work with four high school choirs in Adams County, along with their teachers, to produce an evening of music featuring each choir separately and a combined choir of up to 200 voices.  2016, the 303 Choir joined us for our Spring Concert. In February, 2013, we performed the Mozart Requiem with choirs from eight high schools in Boettcher Hall. We had 500 high school singers and 1028 people in the audience for this concert. In 2011, we performed Carmina Burana with the Aurora Symphony and several high school choirs.

The Chorale is seeking sponsors for our Music for Life program. Let us know if you’d like to learn more.

Our community outreach goes beyond our musical events. On any given weekend, you’ll find Chorale members in community, feeding the homeless, tutoring kids and adults, disaster response.


Every so often, someone comes along who not only possesses wonderful musical talent, but offers to the Colorado Chorale their time and expertise in many other important areas. The Colorado Chorale is a stronger, more viable organization, and has attained higher artistic standards due to the participation and contributions of these members:


Steve Meininger, 2015

As the Assistant Artistic Director since 1972, and as Interim Artistic Director 2014-15, Steve exemplifies the best of choral singing with his musicianship, sight-reading, and sense of humor!


Deb Stauffer, 2008

With amazing attention to detail, Deb was the primary researcher, writer and producer of the spoken word element of the two Letters Home concerts, as well as an in-depth writer of concert program notes. She was frequently on the Board of Directors as President, Secretary and Membership Chair.


Sharon Tebow, Charter Member, 2006

An outstanding member of the Chorale for more than 30 years, Sharon’s contributions included Board Treasurer, Music Librarian, concert dressmaker, and frequent soloist.