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December 9 and 10 

From Central America to West Africa, Latvia to the West Indies and the United States, this concert takes us around the world to celebrate the holidays through choral music. The centerpiece of this program will be Conrad Susa's "Carols and Lullabies" for chorus, marimba, harp and guitar. Come join us for a concert of enchanting and inspirational singing to kick off your holiday season.

December 9, 7:00 pm

December 10, 3:00 pm

Arvada United Methodist Church

6750 Carr Street, Arvada 80004

Information for Ticket purchasers for our upcoming concerts

We cannot wait to see you in the audience this weekend for our Singing the World 'Round concert!

Please read the following important information prior to heading to Arvada United Methodis
t Church - 6750 Carr Street.

  • If you purchased tickets online, please print out your receipt or show it on your phone for entrance to the concert. If you are unable to print or show receipt on a device, check in at the ticket table - we'll have a list of online buyers.

  • The concert is approximately 1hr and 35 minutes including one intermission.

  • Plan to arrive a bit early. There is a large parking lot, but it fills quickly.

  • There will be an Art and Bake Sale in the lobby. Homebaked goodies and handmade gifts are available before and after the concert and at intermission to take with you. All proceeds from sales support the Arvada Chorale.

  • If you are the ticket purchaser, we ask that you communicate this information to others in your party.

  • This will be a well-attended event; please feel free to mask if you are concerned about being close to others.


Thank you for doing your part in keeping live music flowing! 

Introducing John Hubert, Artistic Director

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The Arvada Chorale is excited to introduce John Hubert as our new artistic director. John's first performances with the Chorale will be our holiday concerts on December 9 and 10 (further information to come).

 

Marla Wasson, who directed the chorale for eight years, stepped down after the 2022-23 season to fulfill her dream of round-the-world travel.

 

John Hubert is a conductor, singer, instrumentalist, musical collaborator, teacher, husband, father and lover of life from St. Louis, MO. He believes in the power of musical communities to bring people together and explore themselves through their musical repertoire. John has conducted inspiring performances with his ensembles at the First Universalist Church of Denver, Regis University, and The Spirituals Project. He has been a conducting clinician for many other ensembles in the Denver metro area and beyond. John lives in Lakewood with his beloved wife, Christmas and two children Nick and Naomi.

John says, "It is with great joy and pride that I enter into my time as Artistic Director of the Arvada Chorale. I am so excited to begin 'music-ing' with them in August and I look forward to many successful concerts and collaborations in the future. This choir is filled with much talent and commitment and I plan on bringing all that I am as a musician and a person to making this union as successful as possible."

Huge thanks to the performers, sponsors and audiences of The Whole Acalada 2023!

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5280 A Cappella - Festival Headliner

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Arvada Chorale

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Take Note sings National Anthem

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Camerata - Arvada West HS

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Inner Voices

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Purple Heather aka Mary O'Neill

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9th Street Singers - CU Denver

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LARK
CU Denver

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Mister Tim

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Pitch Snapped

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Colorado Chord Co.

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Planina

Welcome to the Arvada Chorale

A member supported chorale bringing vibrant choral music to Arvada, CO and neighboring communities

 
A vital component of the Front Range cultural landscape for more than 40 years, the Arvada Chorale sings both traditional and non-traditional choral music for the enjoyment and enrichment of our audiences and members. As a true community chorus, we welcome singers of all ages and musical abilities.  
 
The Chorale offers an annual concert series and performs at special events throughout the Denver area. In recent years we have collaborated with community orchestras and chamber quartets; a cappella, bluegrass, Irish, brass and jazz ensembles; assisted living residents, high school and elementary school students. We seek to show young musicians that you can sing all your life!
 
Diversity, equity and inclusion are interdependent components of the Arvada Chorale’s community of artists. Our aim is to foster an environment where every singer feels valued, supported, and inspired to achieve individual and common goals. This includes providing opportunity and access for all people across differences of race, age, color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, migratory status, disability/abilities, political affiliation, veteran status, and socioeconomic background.
 
The Arvada Chorale receives funding in support of its mission from several granting organizations, including the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, the Arvada Vitality Alliance and Colorado Creative Industries.
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