Welcome to the last concert of the 2022-2023 DGMC season and the last concert conducted by James Knapp, who is retiring after these concerts. After programming over 30 concerts for DGMC and 120+ individual performances in the last 10 years, James has created one last upbeat, bouncy, fun-filled concert to end his tenure with DGMC.

We were all hit by the passing of Tina Turner on May 24, and DGMC is adding a tribute song to her in this concert. Tina was the Queen of Rock, a music icon, a power of nature, and an extraordinary example of persevering through incredible challenges and odds. She will be greatly missed.

We hope you celebrate Pride Month with deliberation this year. With over 400(!) anti-LGBTQ+, anti-trans, anti-drag bills being introduced (and over 50 passing) in state legislatures, we reach out to our communities in Florida, Missouri, Texas, Tennessee, and more to let them know they are not alone. Raise your voices with ours to let everyone know you are proud and you are not going away.

Dear Friends of DGMC,

What a fun and inspired filled show we have prepared for you. In our concert we will give a noble tribute to the music and performers from legendary women who have changed the world. From Lady Gaga to Barbra Streisand and Adele to Whitney these artists helped teach the gay community how to find their true selves, and their community. We hope you enjoy our playlist, dances, multimedia, and stories from the heart!

This is my last and final concert of my 10 years at the helm as Artistic Director of the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus. After 41 years of making music, I will be retiring to my beloved Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island Maine with my partner in July! My time with the Rocky Mountain Arts Association has truly been a journey and a bountiful experience to witness the growth of the organization over the last decade. The chorus has doubled in size to 150 singers, our audiences have increased by over 175% and our budget is twice the amount it was ten years ago.

The artistic level of the singers has flourished as we have partnered with such distinguished artistic forces as the Colorado Symphony, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance and sung in stunning venues as Red Rocks Amphitheater, Carnegie Hall and all of the venues at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. The chorus has been a national leader in participating in joint commissions of major choral works exploring and musical documenting LGBTQ+ history with works such as the oratorios of “Quiet No More”, “I Am Harvey Milk” and the new musical “Unbreakable”.

We have boldly programed concerts addressing social justice issues such as homelessness, racism, misogyny, police brutality, immigration and inequity and discrimination towards level different marginalized communities. We have been there singing for our community for the mass shootings at Pulse in Orlando and Club Q in Colorado Springs. We performed at Gov. Jared Polis’ inauguration and were the first gay chorus to every perform at an U.S. Military Academy – the Air Force Academy Chapel. We have sung the National Anthem for every major league sport in Denver except for the Broncos (they never returned my calls.) We have brought our mission of building community through music through the front range of Colorado and started an Anti-Bullying/Diversity Education Concert Program go public schools to educate and enlighten. The list goes on!

I am exceedingly proud of the work of the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus and deeply appreciative to all your who have supported us with your presence, volunteering, and donations. We could not have accomplished what we have without your outrageous generosity.

My final shout and the largest piece of gratitude goes to the artistic staff and the singers themselves. Without your talent, passion unrelenting dedication and commitment to a high level of music making and mission building none of this would have happened. I will always remember the transforming important work we did together and the joy and laughter we had along our way.

It has been my honor and privilege to lead you. You have a radiant future ahead and I wish you all the best to achieve greater success in the years to come!

Now everyone, get on your feet and get your pride on with “Divas – Icons and Justice Warriors”. Woot, woot!

James Knapp
Artistic and Managing Director
Conductor Laureate
Artistic Director Emeritus
Denver Gay Men’s Chorus


Icons and Justice Warriors

Concert Program

Audio and video recording of this concert is strictly prohibited by copyright law.


Don't Rain on My Parade

Jule Styne
arr. Tim Sarsany
Popularized by Barbra Streisand

Rumour Has It/Someone Like You

Anders and Astrom
arr. Brymer/Eschliman
Popularized by Adele

Mario Galvan and Luke Lesnik, soloists (June 3 & June 10, matinee)

Nate Cretti and Logan Walker, soloists (June 9 and 10, evening)

Matt Bloom, Jacob Bogart, Geoffrey Gutierrez, Tim Kreuter, Christopher Pieper, and John Trujillo, dancers


Dolly Parton
arr. Tim Sarsany

Kamen Ross, guitar

Lewis Carrington and Michael Hobbs, narrators

Born This Way

Stefani Germanotta, Jeppe Larusen, Paul Blair, and Fernando Garibay
arr. Tim Sarsany
Popularized by Lady Gaga

Matt Bloom, Geoffrey Gutierrez, John Trujillo, dancers

I'm Beautiful

Orville Evans and Brock Walsh
arr. Tim Sarsany
Popularized by Bette Midler

JP Perez (June 3 and June 10, evening) and Drew Sammeth (June 9, evening and June 10, matinee), soloists

DGMC Ensemble

Daimeon Pilcher and Everett Schneider, narrators


Yvie Oddly
arr. Raul Dominguez

Raul Dominguez, narrator

Off Kilter!

River Deep Mountain High

Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwood, and Phil Spector
arr. Steve Milloy

In Memoriam to Tina Turner

Off Kilter!

Don't Stop the Music

Tor Erik Hermansen, Frankie Storm, Mikkel Eriksen, and Michael Jackson
arr. Ed Boyer, Ben Bram, and Deke Sharon
Popularized by Rihanna

Chris Perez and Tony Gulotta, soloists

Off Kilter!

Daft Punk Medley

Thomas Bangalter, Carlos Sosa, Anthony Wayne Moore, George Duke, Edwin Birdsong, Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams, Guy Manuel Homem Christo
Popularized by Pentatonix

Luke Menard, Christopher Pieper, Patrick Price, and Logan Walker, soloists

Off Kilter!


End of Time

Beyoncé Knowles, Dave Taylor, Thomas Wesley Pentz, Shea Taylor, and Terius Nash
arr. Raul Dominguez

Tim Kreuter, Maurice Murphy, and Christopher Pieper, soloists

Matt Bloom, Maurice Murphy, dancers

Off Kilter!

Song for the Lonely

Paul Barry, Steven Torch, and Mark Taylor
arr. David Maddux
Popularized by Cher

Art Anderson, Nate Cretti, Tony Gulotta, Scotte Hoerle, Josh McAtee, Logan Walker, small group

Off Kilter!

Holding Out for a Hero

Jim Steinman, arr. Mason Frasher
Popularized by Bonnie Tyler

Jacob Bloom, Matt Bloom, Zach Jones, and Josh McAtee, soloists

Off Kilter!


Popularized by India.Arie

Lip Sync featuring Yvie Oddly

She's Got You

Hank Cochran
arr. Randol Bass
Popularized by Patsy Cline

Kamen Ross (June 9, evening and June 10 matinee) and Preston Watson (June 3 and June 10, evening), soloists

Michael Backman and Alex DeFazio, narrators

Material Girl

Peter Brown and Robert Rans
arr. Tim Sarsany
Popularized by Madonna

Tim Kreuter, Geoffrey Gutierrez, and Quincey Roisum, dancers

DGMC Ensemble

That's What Friends Are For/Greatest Love of All

Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight, Elton John, and Whitney Houston

Geoffrey Gutierrez, Michael Kadovitz, Perry Simmons, and Aaron Tochini, quartet (June 3, June 10 matinee)

Eric Attard, Keith Falcon, Art Glover, and Matt Starika, quartet (June 9 and 10, evening)

Everett Schneider and Darin Stewart, narrators


Yvie Oddly
arr. Raul Dominguez

Last Dance

Paul Jabara
arr. Steve Milloy
Popularized by Donna Summer

Jacob Bloom (June 9 and 10, evening) and Quincey Roisum (June 3 and June 10, matinee), soloists

Jayson Arteza, Jacob Bogart, Geoffrey Gutierrez, Tim Kreuter, Quincey Roisum, and John Trujillo, dancers

Yvie Oddly

Yvie Oddly is an (r)evolutionary drag queen performer, rapper, and fine artist from Denver, Colorado. Yvie captured the attention of the world when she won the eleventh season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. New York Magazine named Oddly one of the most powerful drag queens in June 2019 because of her ability to push the boundaries of drag performance art.

Bio from oddlyyvie.com.

Denver Gay Men’s Chorus

Jayson ArtezaFawn O'Breitzman
Marc BuchananChristopher Pieper
Tony Gulotta*^Kamen Ross
Geoffrey GutierrezMatt Starika
Jason HallAaron Tochini
Zach JonesLogan Walker
Mordechai KadovitzPreston Watson
Mark KellyWill Young
Jason Lusk
Eric AttardAvery Kurtz
Jacob Bloom

Joshua E McAtee-MacRae

Jacob BogartSean Montoya

Lewis Curtis Carrington

Todd D. Nienhueser
Sean Cortes*JP Perez
Peter Di LeoAdrian Rivera
Robert EhmannJeremy Saiz
Mario GalvanPerry Simmons
Mel G GarciaElijah Walker
Rick HallDalton Ward
Scotte Hoerle
Matt BloomLuke Lesnik
Zach Dillon

Eduardo Lopez Olmos

Dan England^John Mowry
Bailey FaithJustin Rentie
Keith FalconBill Rush
Michael HobbsDrew Sammeth
Timothy KreuterJamie Smith
John Krotchko*Darin Stewart
Stephen LaymanNate Wylie
Art AndersonDouglas Miller
Michael BackmanMaurice Murphy
Oliver BreenColin Oakley
Nathan CrettiChristopher Perez
Kyle CrutcherDaimeon Pilcher
Chris DapperPatrick Price*
Alex DeFazioQuincey Roisum
Andrew FurashEverett Schneider
Art GloverVictor Silva
Eric HoranJohn Trujillo^
Sam IrvinDavid Van Buskirk
Everette MarshallGeorge Ware
Luke Menard

*Section Leader
^Section Coordinator

Off Kilter

Tony Gulotta

Joshua E McAtee-MacRae

Christopher Pieper

Will Young

Jacob Bloom

Scotte Hoerle

Zach Jones

Logan Walker

Matt Bloom

Nathan Cretti

Dan England

Timothy Kreuter

Colin Oakley

Art Anderson

Luke Menard

Maurice Murphy

Chris Perez

Patrick Price


Ricki Moyer


Greg Kitto

Drum Kit

John Hess

Production Chair

Anne Drake

Stage Manager

Eric Horan

Costume Coordinator

Stephen Hutt

Lighting Design

Lewis Carrington

Prop Master

Cate ThiemeSound Manager

Gerald Brunson

Video Production

Alex DeFazio

Script Editor and Writer

Ken Leist

Choreographer: Rumour Has It/Someone Like You

Matt Bloom

Choreographer: Born This Way

Tim Kreuter

Choreographer: Material Girl

Jacob Bogart

Choreographer: Last Dance

James Knapp

Artistic Staff Member

Raul Dominguez

Artistic Staff Member

Dale Britt


Dan England


Michael Hobbs


Mordechai Kadovitz


Timothy Kreuter




James Knapp is an international choral conductor, music educator and master vocal technician with a unique approach to activist choral singing. A passionate campaigner for stylistic diversity within choral singing, Mr. Knapp comes with 20 years of experience with GALA Choruses (Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses), having been the Artistic Director of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston from 2001-2009, the founding director of the Bayou City Women’s Chorus (2005-2009), Out Loud – The Colorado Springs Men’s Chorus (2013-2016) and the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus from 2013-present. 

With over 41 years of leading university, church, and community choruses, James Knapp is the Artistic Director Emeritus of the Bayou City Performing Arts, the recipient of Certificate of Congressional Recognition from the United States House of Representatives for artistic excellence to further the cause of social justice, a Mayoral Proclamation of James Knapp Day in Houston, and was elected the Grand Marshall for the Houston Pride Parade in 2009 by the LGBTQ+ community. Most recently Mr. Knapp received the Denver Mayor’s Award for Excellence in Arts and Culture – Impact Award (2022) and was named the Artistic Director Emeritus and Conductor Laureate of the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus. 

His choruses have appeared at Carnegie Hall, regional conventions of the American Choral Directors Association, and performed concert tours throughout Britain, Europe and Russia. They have performed with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, the Houston Symphony and the Colorado Symphony, and with Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. James has taught choral workshops throughout the US, in Europe, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Singapore, and Thailand, and he served as Artistic Director of the Gay Games VII in Chicago in 2006.

James is a graduate of Fredonia State University, The Mozarteum Conservatory of Music in Salzburg and the University of Texas at Austin. James will be retiring in July 2023 to his beloved state of Maine.

In his fourth season as the Associate Artistic Director of the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus and Director of Off Kilter! is Dr. Raul Dominguez (he, him, his). Originally from Houston, TX, Raul is also the Director of Choral Activities at Regis University in Denver and thoroughly enjoys his ability to work in academia while maintaining an active role in civic music. In 2022, he earned his Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Colorado Boulder, a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from Ithaca College in 2019, and two Bachelors of Music degrees in Music Education and Vocal Performance from Oklahoma City University in 2008.

Between his undergraduate and graduate work, Raul was the Choir Director at Clear Lake High School in Houston. During his four years at LAKE, his ensembles were recognized with invitations to perform with the Houston Symphony, the Houston Chamber Choir, and Carnegie Hall.

Website: raulconducts.com
Instragram: @raulconducts

Ricki Vorrath-Moyer attended Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, then received her Bachelor’s of Music degree in Organ Performance at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She went on to receive her Master’s of Music degree in Organ Performance, with minor emphases in Choral Conducting and Piano Pedagogy. She is currently Organist/Accompanist at First Plymouth Congregational Church in Denver. She is a member of Denver’s premier handbell ensemble, the Rocky Mountain Ringers. Ricki also serves as the Artistic Director of the Metropolitan Choral Festival.

James Knapp


2013-2014 Season


Cozy, Safe and Warm, Out Loud Colorado Springs Men’s Chorus

Jingle, Jangle, Jive!, Denver Gay Men’s Chorus


ABBA-Cadabra, the greatest hits of ABBA and Classical Men’s Chorus music


Two Portraits: Our Stories, Broadway Legends, and Judy Garland, Out Loud Colorado Springs Men’s Chorus


I Am Harvey Milk, joint commission and Colorado Premiere with soloists and chamber orchestra. Music and Lyrics by gay composer Andrew Lippa

Tour to Fort Collins

2014-2015 Season


Everything’s Coming Up Broadway with the Colorado Symphony. The Denver Gay Men’s Chorus and the Denver Women’s Chorus sang the opening night at the Pops with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra with Broadway Stars Susan Egan, Doug Labreuque, and Debbie Gravitte at Boettcher Symphony Hall, Scott O’Neill, conductor.


Haul Out the Jolly, Out Loud Colorado Springs Men’s Chorus

Making Spirits Bright, Denver Gay Men’s Chorus


All You Need Is Love: The Music of the Beatles


You Gotta Give ‘em Hope: I Am Harvey Milk, Out Loud Colorado Springs Men’s Chorus and Denver Gay Men’s Chorus

Tour to University of Wyoming Laramie, Matthew Shepherd Foundation: Diversity Concert Series

Commission (World Premiere): “Request,” by Braeden Ayres


Collaborated with the University of Denver Newman Center for the Performing Arts, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, and Speak Out Theater of Los Angeles on the It Gets Better Project, GLBT Youth project as part of the Newman Concert Series and the Mosaic Youth Outreach Program.  Coordinated Community Chorus of 75 singers including some from Young Voices of Colorado and Colorado Children’s Chorus. Outreach to hundreds of local high school students.


Stand Tall, Sing Out!, Denver Gay Men’s Chorus

Colorado Premiere of “Testimony,” by Stephen Schwartz

Collaboration with Denver High School for the Performing Arts

2015-2016 Season


North Pole Nonsense!, Out Loud Colorado Springs Men’s Chorus

Tinsel and Treasure, Denver Gay Men’s Chorus

Commission (World Premiere) of “Rise,” with text by Maya Angelou and music by Carolyn Montgomery

Joint Commission and Colorado Premiere of “Loving, Tender, and Present,” text by Rebecca Walker (Alice Walker’s daughter) and music by lesbian composer Laura Karpman


The Show Must Go On: The Music of Queen (Buell Theatre)


DGMC sings at “Purple Rain” at Film on the Rocks, Red Rocks Amphitheater (first appearance of DGMC at Red Rocks)


Music and Milestones, DGMC’s 10th Anniversary Concert

Commission (World Premiere) of “Every Dream Begins with a Dreamer,” with text by Harriet Tubman and music by gay composer Alan Shorter


Mountain Voices, GALA Concert performed by DGMC, DWC, and Out Loud

DGMC Commission (World Premiere) of “Make the Earth Your Companion.” Poem by US Poet Laureate J. Patrick Lewis, and music by gay composer Alan Shorter.

GALA Commission (World Premiere) of “Mountains and Rivers,” by gay composer Nathan Hall. 450 voices of Colorado GALA Choruses, brass, handbells, and bird whistles. Denver Performing Arts Complex Arcade on the five stories of balconies for the opening of GALA Festival with 6000 registrants.

Sang at the US Air Force Academy Chapel “America’s Chapel” as the first gay chorus to ever sing at a US Military Academy. Collaborated with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and Out Loud: The Men’s Chorus of Colorado Springs.

2016-2017 Season


Merry and Gay


Heartthrobs: The Evolution of Boy Bands

RMAA Cabaret: Love for Sale


Big Gay Sing, 35th Anniversary Concert

2017-2018 Season


Do You Hear What I Hear?

Joint Commission and Colorado Premiere of “What Do the Bells Say?”


British Invasion (Ellie Caulkins Opera House)

Collaboration with Denver Children’s Choir


Started with the advisement and consultation from the Trevor Project and the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles.

DGMC outreach to Denver Public Schools Anti-Bullying/Diversity Education Concerts at George Washington High School (1,000 students in attendance). Collaborated with the GWHS Chorus.


Collaboration with Oscar, Emmy, and Oliver winning actor Alan Cumming on his national tour of Legal Immigrant (Paramount Theatre)


Home: Building Pride, Finding Family (concert for the homeless and those dealing with housing insecurity)

Colorado Premiere of Street Requiem to remember those who have died on the streets due to homelessness

Commission (World Premiere) of “A Home Is More,” with text by three homeless Denver poets: Anna Songs, Marilyn Morris, and Joel Sanda and music by Craig Carnahan

Art Commission: Leti, a homeless artist, created original oil painting for the concert poster and exhibition

Community Partners: The Gathering Place, St Francis Center, SAME Café, and Urban Peak

Front Range tour to Colorado Springs and Fort Collins

Raised $15,000 for the Homeless and those dealing with Housing Insecurity

2018-2019 Season


RMAA’s Cabaret Unleashed


Ho,Ho Hoedown to Hollywood


DGMC sang at the inauguration of Colorado Governor Jared Polis, the first openly gay governor in US history on the Capitol steps an at “The Purple Ball.”


Fiesta for All, celebrating treat Hispanic and Latino artists (Ellie Caulkins Opera House)

Artistic Collaborations: Ballet Folklorico Baile Caliente, Grupo Folkorico Semblanzas de Mexico and Zenergy Danceport, and Museo de las Americas

Community Partners: Mexican Consulate, Mexican Cultural Center, Casa de Paz, and Sharelingo


DGMC’s second appearance at Film on the Rocks, Red Rocks Amphitheater


Quiet No More: Stonewall 50 with Denver Women’s Chorus, soloists, and chamber orchestra

Commission and Colorado Premiere of this 50-minute work with 22 other GALA choruses

Tour to NYC sang the work with over 500 voices at Carnegie Hall

Just Between Us Friends: A 50th Anniversary Celebration of Stonewall: DGMC debut NYC solo concert on the 50th Anniversary at St John’s Lutheran Church on Christopher Street in The Village.

Community Partners: The Center, GALA Choruses

2019-2020 Season


RMAA’s Cabaret Unleashed: Heroes and Villains


Passport to the Holidays (Holidays around the World)

2020-2021 Season


A December to Remember, filmed due to COVID


Fierce, Fabulous, and Moving Forward, filmed due to COVID

2021-2022 Season


Holiday Follies: An Evening of Classics, Carols, and Camp


Motown and More: from the Temptations to Lizzo (Ellie Caulkins Opera House)

Artistic Collaboration: Three World Premieres of choreographed commissions with Cleo Parker Robinson Dance

Colorado Premiere of The Seven Last Words of the Unarmed by Joel Thompson (addressing police brutality against African Americans)

Collaborated with Rangeview High School


40th Anniversary Concert: Unbreakable, by Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa

Joint Commission and Colorado Premiere

70-minute new musical spanning 120 years of LGBTQ+ history

Guest soloists and chamber orchestra

Community Partners: The Center

2022-2023 Season


Haul Out the Jolly


Disney Pride in Concert (Ellie Caulkins Opera House)

Colorado Premiere with 25-piece orchestra


Divas: Icons and Justice Warriors

Guest artist Yvie Oddly, winner of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, season 11

Community Partners: The Center

DGMC has sung the National Anthem for of the major Denver sports teams (except the Broncos): Colorado Rockies, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Colorado Rapids to educate and enlighten the greater community about LGBTQ+ issues.

To celebrate the legacy that James has cemented at DGMC and ensure we continue on his path, we are raising a total of $10,000 to support the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus. The funds will go to the following:

  • Underwriting DGMC’s LGBTQ+ Educational Outreach Program to local schools
  • Supporting a tour to rural Colorado to further the cause of LGBTQ+ education and social justice issues
  • Commissioning a new work for his successor to perform with DGMC
  • Contracting a marginalized guest artist(s) to perform with the chorus

This fund will ensure that the chorus continues to thrive and build community through music. The chorus is needed more than ever. We need to stand strong, sing with great passion, and show that we will not be silenced.

Please consider making a donation to support the chorus.



About DGMC

The Denver Gay Men’s Chorus has been an LGBTQ catalyst for change through musical excellence since its founding in 1982. With more than 300 concerts during its 41-year history, this 140-member ensemble is now recognized as the premier gay performing arts organization in the Rocky Mountain Region. Through its diverse and socially charged programming, DGMC’s reimagined choir concerts entertain, educate, inspire, and empower audiences to foster acceptance and tolerance throughout the greater Denver area and along Colorado’s Front Range communities.

DGMC has performed in Denver and around the U.S. in acclaimed concert halls including Boettcher Concert Hall, the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Gates Hall, the Paramount Theatre, the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and Carnegie Hall. Additionally, they have delivered groundbreaking performances at Coors Field, in the US Air Force Academy Chapel, and on the steps of the Colorado State Capitol as part of both inaugural festivities for Governor Jared Polis. They have traveled to 12 states, the District of Columbia, and Canada and have made joint appearances with several gay men’s choruses in major U.S. cities.

They have premiered new-commissioned choral works by 14 composers, including Andrew Lippa, Nathan Hall, Alan Shorter, James Deignan, and Craig Carnahan. Guest artists that have given extraordinary performances alongside DGMC include Alan Cummings, Margaret Cho, Diane Schurr and Ann Hampton Calloway. DGMC has performed twice with the Colorado Symphony.

In the name of advocating for a better tomorrow, DGMC has collaborated with The Matthew Shepard Foundation, the LGBT Community Center of Colorado, the Colorado AIDS Project, One Colorado, the Boulder County AIDS Project, Out Boulder County, the Colorado LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce, PFLAG Boulder County, and the It Gets Better campaign. In order to raise community awareness of issues surrounding homelessness and housing insecurity, DGMC committed to a yearlong Street Requiem Project in Denver, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins. In 2018, they began pioneering an educational outreach program to nurture safe learning environments and support anti-bullying efforts in Colorado schools.

During its 40th anniversary season, DGMC collaborated with world-renowned Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, a first for both organizations.  Aurora’s Rangeview High School Choir joined DGMC for the Colorado premiere of “The Seven Last Words of the Unarmed,” a powerful multi-movement piece inspired by the last words of seven unarmed black men. DGMC commissioned and premiered a new 70 minute musical “Unbreakable” by Broadway Composer Andrew Lippa spanning 120 years of LGBTQ+ history in the United States.

DGMC’s future is full of endless possibilities as their mission statement, “building community through music,” drives their imaginative motivation for success!

About Off Kilter!

Off Kilter! is a dynamic a cappella troupe comprised of singers from the larger Denver Gay Men’s Chorus. This 18-member ensemble performs throughout the year at numerous small venues in the Denver metropolitan area and engages communities, supports causes, and entertains audiences of all ages with a repertoire that ranges from classical to contemporary. In recognition of their musical excellence, Off Kilter! has participated in masterclasses with the King’s Singers, the world-renowned British men’s a cappella vocal ensemble, and with Dr. Ann Howard Jones, America’s distinguished clinician, adjudicator, teacher, and choral conductor. Off Kilter! is available to perform at private functions.

For more information and to book Off Kilter!, contact us here.



Staff MemberTitle
Michael SattlerExecutive Director
Sarah GuminaMarketing Manager
Molly HughesOffice Manager
Nancy CristStaff Accountant
Odette TissegloFund Development Manager
Board MemberPosition HeldYears of Service
Marcus E. TurnerRMAA Chair2022-Current
John HessVice Chair2022-Current
Jamie HendersonSecretary2017-Current
Stephen HuttTreasurer2021-Current
Karen TranCo-President, DWC2021-Current
Ivy MoeCo-President, DWC2022-Current
Scotte HoerlePresident, DGMC2022-Current
Ryan MontoyaBoard Member2022-Current
Natalya Cruz-TeixeiraBoard Member2022-Current
Council MemberPosition Held
Scotte HoerlePresident
TJ KizukaVice-President
Andrew CloseTreasurer
Anne FreyCouncil Member
Chris DapperCouncil Member
Quincey RoisumCouncil Member
Dan EnglandCouncil Member
Lewis AbneyAlejandro Longoria
Jim H. AdolphsonWray Lundquist
Ed AllenBob Lyon
Shayne AllynBill Maier
Brent ApplebyLeroy McCormick
Jack AsburyEllis McFadden
Hal BartonKevin McGrellis
Bill BeckmanBruce McKelvie
Bruce BellSteve Mills
Jerry BignerSteven H. Mitchell
Timothy BlockerRob Moore
Roger BoleRobert "Melba" Moore
William BowmanTim Moore
F. Everett BrabsonThomas D. Morehouse
Robbie BrannTim Mowczko
Bob BrunellePatrick A. Mullins
Tim BurrsEd Muñoz
Mark CeasarChuck Myers
Scott CaldwellMickey Nettleton
Vine CardoneJ. Richard Norton
Daniel ChaneyDan Norton
Gary ClaytonTom Oliekan
Jamey CollinsJohn D. Olmstead
Dennis CosseyCraig Pace
John CraigJohn Penman
Santiago E. Del Regato Jr. Larry Guy Plush
Maro DeSotoBob Prewitt
Ben DettermanDavid Price
Les DirksChristopher Priolo
Glen DobbsAdam Reilly
Brian DoliboisSly Reza
David W. DowlerThomas Z. Robbins
Mark EberleyDennis Toling
John FaulkBruce Rosenbaum
Jeff FongBill Sarakine
J. Richard GeraghtyRichard W. Savage
Larry GlassBill Scheele
Scott GoldenDave Schrader
Tim GrafsgaardDavid Shneer
D. L. Guenin Paul Sloat
David M. HardestyJim Stevens
Roger HarrisRobert Stilson
Gerald (Gerry) HigginsAnthony Trujillo
Dave HolbrookTim Delano Turley
Jon HoltzVern Tuttle
Martin HowellJohn Watson
Michael HughesDave Watters
Daniel HunterBob Weimer
Frank IngallsTerry Wells
William Charles IngramGeorge Williams
Jody JayMichael Williamson
Kevin JordanBrian P. Wimberley
John David KennedyDavid Woodyard
Jamz David LacknerRob Young
Brad Van LangenAlex Zazow
Doug LangworthyDesi Zobkiw
Agustine LeFebre

RMAA Donors

Donors August 2021 – February 2023
(*denotes Guardian Circle Sustaining Supporters)


Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, Louden Family Foundation, Mile High United Way Community ACTS Fund, Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), Shuttered Venues Operator Grant Small Business Association


Ann Afton*, Karen Aviles* and Dan Eberhart, Dale Britt* and Brian LeMaire*, Michelle Busse*, Castle Lion Development, Charles Schwab, Cheryl Hamilton* and Kareen McCollough*, Bill Heath*, James Henderson and Ray O’Loughlin, Timothy and Elizabeth Hepp, Stephanie Jauregui*, James Knapp* and Jesse Field, Ron Koch and Mick Davey*, Kroger/King Soopers, Walter Lukens, Jason Lusk*, Pete McGill*, Gloria Moser*, One World Resources*, Chris Rasmussen, Michael Rodel*, Michael Sattler* and Kevin Ford*, Everett Schneider*, Heidi Shriver*, State of Colorado Department of Treasury, Jeffery Strauss, Julian Tay*, Sally Taylor*, US Bank, Jill Wayne, Susan Whittlesey


Gwen Balk, Andy Blanza, Allen Browning*, Coldwell Banker Richard Ellis (CBRE), Patricia Condon*, Barbara Easterly*, Dan England*, First American Insurance, Kyle Freeman, Art Glover* and Tomas McClure, Kelly Grutsch*, Scotte Hoerle*, Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire (ICRME), TJ Kizuka*, John Krotchko*, Ryan Montoya, Janet Pipal, Genevieve Przekwas*, Bill Rush*, Stephen Sbanotto*, Benjamin Smith, William Sykes, Janice Tilden*, Marcus Turner, Martha West, Emily Wheeland*, Stephen Winters


Art Anderson*, Apple Computers, Christopher Arlen, Rebecca and Laurence Bourgeois, Hayes Burton, Lisa Cameron, Steven Capaldi*, ColoradoGives Community First Foundation, Mikey Cooper, Coors Distributing, Natalya Cruz-Teixeira*, Ann Cuthbertson, Lauren DeAlleaume, Carolyn Dieckmann, Elisabeth Doherty*, Karen Edson*, Martha Everett*, Keith Falcon*, Tim Fires, Tripp Fulton, Stephen Fusco, Katie Gaertner*, Christopher Gilmore*, Robert Gladu Jr.*, Cheryl Hall, Rick Hall, Richard Haynes, Mark Heneghan, Christie Isenberg, Sena Johnson*, Christopher Junda, Mordechai Kadovitz*, Daniel Kifer*, Jeffrey Lawhead, Emily Layer*, Rev. Dr. Harvey and Judy Martz*, JT McGowan*, Douglas Miller*, Sean Montoya, Joey Netzorg*, Lynn Nimmo, Connie North*, Daimeon Pilcher, Randy Reddemann, Bradford Saint Matthew*, Karen Shapiro*, Ryn Skultety, Brenda Sommers, Ashley Terwilleger, Kelli & Michael Theis, Karen Tonso, Herb Toplan*, Hai Tran, Stephen Wertz, Wet Whistle Ltd, Glen Wood, Richard Zansitis


ACH Healthcare, Diana Adams, Dennis Ahrens, AmazonSmile Charity, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU-CO), Jeremy Anderson, Ruth Andrews, Monty Aviles ,Caryn Aviv, Sue Baer, Sally Ball, Ellen Bandsma, Stacy Bass ,Georgeann Becker, Jackie Beebe*, Laura Belk, Tyler Benton, Dale Beverly, Jo-Ann Birch, Melody Bishop, Melanie Blaisdell, Scott Bleazard, Lisa Bloom, Margaret Boudreaux, Susan Boynton, Michael Breed, Janis Brown, Jayne Buck, Jeffrey Burbank, Roberta Burford, Mary Louise Burke, Jennifer Busse, Jack Byrom, Jane Calder, Pauline Carter, CenturyLink, Clelyn Chapin, Tom Chapin, Jackie Cheuvront, Josiah Clarke, Ted and Claire Clifton, Andrew Close*, Jeanette Cloud, Daniela Combe, Chad and Marlise Combe-Pierce, Gareth and Janie Cook, Robert Cook, Christine Cortese, Nancy Crist, Charles Croissant, Alyssa Dalen, Casey Davis*, Randy Deboer*, Kevan DeGryse*, Shari DeGryse, Katelynn DeLavan, Sabrina Denault, Joyce Donovan, Mary Donovan, Patrick Donovan, Jeanene Doran, Holly Douglas-Tran, Monica Drummond, Tonya Edwards, Katy Egle, Tim and Chris Elsner-Grabowy, Todd Enders, Meghan Enright, John Field, Laura Fischer, Marvin Fisher, Elise Fitschen, Sara Flansburg, Aleeza Flores-Rhyne, David Ford, Nikki and Dan Fox, Franziska Frey, Joyce Frisbie, Catherine Gale, Kim Curtis & Meg Gehl, Patrick Giddens, Suzanne Gilfoil, Elizabeth Gladu, Beatrice Glick, Catarina Gonsalves, Jennifer and Ronald Gould Sr, Nadine Green, Alison Griffin-Hunter*, Gail Hageman*, N Hammerton, James Harvey, Melissa Haskins, Lynn Hasstedt, Megan Hawthorn, William Head, Rachel Henney, Grant Herren, Elise and Tomas Herrera-Mishler, John Hess, Allan and Caroline Hetzel, Alan Hirsch, Greg Hooks, Eric Horan, Charity Huff, Stephen Hutt and Zachary Duncan, IBM, Mary Lorna Ippel, James Jackson, Anne Jacoby, Johns Manville Campaign Match, MeriLou Johnson, JP Morgan Chase, Kaiser Permannente, Paul Kamber, James Karpook, Robert Keatinge, Kurt Keeley, Mark Kelly*, Roy Kemp, Peggy and Jim Kervin, Jovonna Kirkling, James Knickerbocker, Cynthia Koch, Eva and Mark Kresic, Ann Krotchko, Madison Kuebler, Lakewood United Church of Christ, Laura Landry, Judy Lazerson, Shari Lemon, Lorraine Lesher, Bridget Lewis, Pamela Linan, Cynthia Littlefield, Haley Livermore, Victoria Long, Margaret Lukens, Susan Lynch, Devon MacLeod, Laura Maguire, Miranda Mason, Juliana Massaro, Jessica Massey, Susan Mathison*, Michael McArdle, Kathleen McCartin, Theresa McCartin, Margaret Mccrea, Christopher Merrell*, Janie Miller and Elizabeth Grill, Elizabeth Mills, Ronald Mizeur, Lanette and Thomas Moe, Joseph Moenich, Christine Renee Monks, Lori Montano, Michael Morikawa, Jennifer Murphy, Syed Naqi, Frank Nibouar, Nordstrom Charitable Giving, Larry O’Donnell, Emmy Ogawa, Mark Ohnmacht, John Palazzo, Mary Palmer, Matt and Cathy Perini, Andrew Persily, Margaret Prentice, Robert and Monica Pressley, Michael Przekwas, Sally and Robert Przekwas, Kathleen Rafferty, Anne Reader, Jann Reed, Lisa Rice, Travis Rigas, Julia Ripley, Julie Robuck, Sheilah Roenfeldt, Quincey Roisum, Breana and Leah Romero-Klein, Allison Rosenthal ,Lisa Rusciolelli, Gwen Rush ,B. Elyse Tipton and Paul Ruttum, Dawn Ryan*, Tim Sagen, Drew Sammeth*, Christina Sansone, Simon Sattler, Sally Scholer, Rhonda Seacrest, Lisa Seib, Judy Shafer*, Donna Skultety, Clifton and Judy Smith, Chesca Smotherman, James Soller, Karl Sowa, James Stalley Jr., Judithe Stoa, Teresa Stockley, Carol Stoffel, Wallace Summer, Diedre Swords, Griffin Tamara, Chin Tan, Bianca Taylor, Juliet Teixeira, Kevin Thorn, Brenden Thornsberry, Hai Tran, Karen Tran, Elizabeth Tredennick, Ricardo Trevino & William Pearson, Triangle Bar Denver, Dan Tussey and Rocky Morrison*, United Health Group, Douglas Van Dine, Philip Van Schepen, Christiaan Vandenberg, Jeronimo Villa, David Vining*, Andreas and Sandra Vlahinos, David Vogel, Voices Rock, James von Bergen, Donna and Rex Waddell, Tawana Wales, Christopher Walker, Rachel Walker, William Wall, George Ware, Marcus Weaver*, William Weller, Lance Wheeland, Sara Wheeland, Beth Wienski, Emily Wingert, John Witt, Christopher Wolek, Rosemarie and Johann Wolf, Women’s Foundation of Colorado, Jacob Wooden, Teresa YoKell, Gwen Young, Donna Zackeru, Julie Zeilenga, Hayley Zulkoski, Paul Zulkoski


Karen Aase, Above Ground, Carol and Chuck Abrams, Diana Adams, Paula Agger, Anne Allen, Brian Allen, Katherine Allison, Linda Altenhofen, Alyssa Amason, Gabby Ambrosio, Alan Anderson, Alexandra Anderson, Samantha Antone, Janette Armitage, David Arnett, Laura Arroyo, Stella Atkinson, Brian Auer, Lauren Ayoub, Crystal & John Babos, Sandra Bainbridge, Bobby Baker, Michael Barbieri, Alexa Barile, Rachael Barone Crowley, Sandy Barrow, Daniel Bartkowski, Donald Bartkowski, Margaret Bartkowski, Tim Bartunek, Steven Baum, J Beach, Cathy Beachland, Karen Bebber, Sabrina Becker, Cynthia Beeler, Richard Bender, Sharla Benjamin, Petra Bennett, Susan Berzac, Elizabeth Betsch, Maxie Bilyeu, Jo-Ann Birch, Mary Birdsall*, Eric Blanchard, Ruth Blayney, Gerald Bloom, Jacob Bloom, Sheila Bluestein, Tracey Blustein, Alexey Bochkov, Heather Bodman, Jacob Bogart, Arthur Boggess, Sandra Booth, Lisa Bottomley, Elizabeth Bowen, James Braun, Andrew Breckel III, Donna Bright, Marjorie Britt, Harry Brooks II, Chris Brothers, Lisa Brotz, Arlene Brown, Alan Brozovich, Victoria Brunson, Jennifer Bruton, Marc Buchanan, Joseph Bump, Allison Burke, Jennifer Burlingame, Carolyn Burtner, Angela Busch, Scott Cabay, Lori Camerer, Anne Campbell, Benita Campbell, Beth Campbell, Leslie Capin, Kris Carafelli, Tessa Carlson, Gail Carpenter, Jim Carr, Jim Carsten, Adele Carter, Susan Carter, Melody Chang, Tom Chapin, Melanie Chapin-Critz, Claire Chen, Yvonne Cherena-Pacheco, Jan Chodkowski, Rachel Chodkowski, Sue Choi, Thomas Christiansen, Craig Christopher, Nick Clark, Kelsey Coats, Domenic Contrino, Jennifer Cooper, Michael Cordova, Kelly Costello, Javier Cota, Christin Crampton Day, Ava Cresanta, Nate Cretti, Michael Crouch, Anita Culligan, Marhshall Cunningham, Michael Curth, Cathryn Daly, Brad Daughtry, Amanda Davidson, Elaine Dodds Davis, Jake Davis, Delaine Deal, JJ Dearmore, Lauren DeCarvalho, Alexander Defazio, Sheila DeFazio, Michael Deguire, Ellie DePue, Kathleen Devalk, Coninyah Dew, Dedrick Dial-Patrick, Chris Dias, Jessica Diaz, Zachary Dillon, Michele Doherty, Anna Doll, Christy Dowling, Christy Dowling, Tesa Dragomir, James Dunbar, Lori Dunbar, Sandra Dunham, Jordon Dutton, E & J Gallo Winery, Courtney E Law, Maryellen Easom, Andrea Eckler, Robert Ehmann, Nimesha Ekanayaae, Allison Elrick, Elizabeth England, Kristina Ericson, Elizabeth Escobedo, Jacob Esenther, Lindsay Esquivel, Beverly Evans, Jill Evans, Luke Ewing, Robert Faircloth, Paulo Farqui, Cassandra Fatouros, Brianna Feeney, Ari Finegold, Talia Fischer, Zen Fiskin, Steve Flansburg, Dan Flesher, Damien Flores, Elizabeth Flores-Rhyne, Maryanne Flynn, Stephen Fogarty, Kay Ford, Kenneth Fordyce, Jessica Forster, Lio Foulk, Coleen Fox, Mark and Stephanie Frank, Jane Frasier, Linda French, Anne Frey, Nancy Friday, Timothy Fuller, Tracy Futch, Ryan Gamble, Mary Ellen Garrett, Bill Gatto, Garth Geisler, Andrew Gerber, Daniel Gibbons, Janice Gieskieng, Angela Gilbert, Kyle Gisbert, Ryan Glaser, Velocity Global LLC, Gerald Gold, Jennifer Gomes, Noel Gonzalez, Barbara Goodman, Justin Goodman, Elizabeth Gottlieb, Lauren Granado, Susan Grebow, Russ Green, Timothy Greer, Nancy Gregory, Delia Greth, Nancy Grimes, Connie Gutierrez, Geoffrey Gutierrez, Molly Haberberger, Carol Hack, Kathryn Hall, Laura Hall, Joel Halligan, Neal Hamel, Elizabeth Hamilton, Kevin Hamilton, Tyler Hamilton, Christine Hammond, Timothy Hancock, Matthew Hardy, Linda Harmon, Alice Harris, Jane Harris, Lisa Harris, The Hartford, Megan Hartline, Constance Hass, Elizabeth Hauserman, Michael Heckendorn, Hillary Heintz, Anne Heisey, Angela Henderson, Jeffrey Henningsen, Alan Hentschel, Maggie Hepburn, Lori Hermanson, Lance Hernandez, Margaret Hernandez, Richard Hipp, Leba Hirsch, Meagan Hockett, Jean Hodges, Kaitlin Hoekstra, Raye Holab, William Holab, Emily Holcomb, Seth Holley, Javier Hollines, Simon Holoweiko, D Hooks, Toni Hooks, Andrew Hornbrook, Valerie Hornstein, Jane Hoskinson, Curry Houck, David Houggy, Brandi Howe, Alan Hubbard, Linda Hubbard, Jason Humphrey, Zeeba Hunt, Ruth Indelicato, Roger and Jo Ingles, Emily Ingraham, Amy Ivy, Brad Jackson, Stephen Jaeger, Terri Jakl, Judith Jamison, Satesh Jaundoo, Donald Jenkins, Jill Jennings Golich, Marty Jewell, Jackie Jimmerson, Ann Jinkins, Leslie Johnson, Emily Johnson Hentschel, Michael Jones, Marian Jordan, BeX Kagan, Amy Kahn, Kim Kaiser, Brenda Kastl, Keenan Keenan, Felicitas Kelly, Pat Kelly, Matthew Kersten-Gray, Michael Kilmer, Matthew Kline, Jessica Knoedler, Lindsay Knowles, Mark Koch, Kathleen Kramer, Michelle Krasovich, Bradley Kuhn, William Kuprevich, Stacy Kupzyk, Merritt La Foe, LaRoy LaBonte, Lori Land, Callie Lardas, Susanna Larmore, Stephen Layman, Kara Le, Danni Lederman, Kristina Lee, Yuan Lee, Ken Leist, Thomas Lemke, Miranda LeQuire, Kathryn Lervick , Karen Lieffring, Mary Linn, Charlie Lippolis Condon, Catherine Loch, Eliza Longaker, Martin Lopez, Justin Lu, Carly Lucero, Nancy Lucero, M Lukens, A.W. Lukens-McKenna, Lauren Lynch-Eidson, Iker Madera, Finn Madic, Keifer Mansfield, Max March-Steinman, Lawrence Marquess, Everette Marshall, Karla Martin, Allison Mason, Danielle Massey, Jacob Massey, Alan Mayer, Jody Mayer, Joshua McAtee-MacRae, L McCarren, Julie Lynn McCarthy, Larry McCartin, Luke McCrae, Virginia McDougall, Layle McFatridge, John McGlinn, Megan McIntyre, Brendan McKinley, Susan McLaughlin, Mike Mcneal, Linda Meiers, Ryan Meisheid, Caitlin Menello, Lauren Menger-Ogle, Karen Mercer, Martin Mercer, Lawrence Mertes, Karis Meskimen, Stephen Meswarb, Stephanie Meurer, Sarah Michaud, Microsoft, Brian Midtbo, Jonathan Miller, Maureen Miller, Nick Miller, Sonia Mills Field, C Mirin, Dawn Mitchell, Stephanie Mitro, Ivy Moe, Lynn Montano, Kukis Moran, Judy Morein, Carolyn Moreno, Meghan Morin, Zachary Morin, Eloise Morley, Karin Morrell, John Mowry, Amanda Murphy, Sienna Murphy, Brenna Murphy-Estus, Jonathan Murray, Nick Naegele, Andrea Nall, Cali Nathan, Amy Nelson, Brendan Nelson, Nickolas Nelson, Network for Good, Joey Netzorg, Justin Nickerson, Amy Nishioka, Amy Nishioka, Daniel Novik, Kelly O’Connell, Kerry Olson, Christy Olszewski, Sezen Onat, Jim Orcutt, Cathy Ormiston, Luke Ortgessen, Richard Ortiz, Susan Osburn, Aylish O’Sullivan, Andrew Otton, Margaret Ozaki Graves, Renate Ozkan, Monita Pacheco, Ruth Palmer, Daphne Pals, Liam Parker, Jane Parr, Carol Pasqualetto, M Paul, Greg Paula, Robin Payne, Karen Pemberton, Chris Perez, Julio Perez, Mark Pergola, Lesley Persily, Sara Persily, Jason Persoff, Meyer Persow, Dorothy Peters, Jada Petersen, MJ Petersen, Carol L Peterson, Douglas Peterson, Rosemary Peterson, Adison Petti, David Pfeifle, Gregory Phillips, Chris Pizzurro, Sheri Pollard, Lauren Poole, Peggy and Robert Portman, Jr. M.D., Ian Post-Green, Barb Pray, JoAnn Pream, Rachael Pream Grenier, Kassidy Pressley, Robert Pressley, Jerome Preston, Patrick Price, Hannah Proof, Gareth Pronovost, Sarah Przekwas, Laura Puca, Corey Quinlan, Lorii Rabinowitz, Zachary Rae, Jim Rafferty, Vanessa Randall, Linda Rapin, Justin Reasoner, Shannon Reavis, Christopher Reed, Oliver Reed, Yim Register, Alicia Relyea, Ralph Reschke, Adam Reshotko, Erika Ressler, Wendy Reynolds, Lorna Rickard, Timothy Riel, Chart Riggall, Elizabeth Riley, Adrian Rivera, Julie Roberts, Victoria Roberts, Kenneth Robinson, Douglas Rodel, Kathryn Rodriguez, Paula Roets, Sirena Rolfe, Alison Roman, Irma Romans, Brenda Romero, Manuel Romero, Rose Community Foundation, Bill Rosenblum, Jaime Rosenthal, David Rosentrater, Katherine Ross, MacKenzie Rossi, Johanna Rowan, Debra Ruiz, Kat Ryan, Jean Sammeth, Steve Sander, Elizabeth Sanders, Kurt Sanford, Penny Sannes, Laura Santerre-Lemmon, Quezada Sarah, Alvaro Sauceda, Cynthia Savage, Lisa Schachterle, Amelia Schafer, Taylor & Scott Schaffter, Sarah Schalamon, Christine Schmidt, Sarah Schmiege, Andrew Schoedel, Frances Schoonover, Paul Schrick, Hoshua Schwab, Amanda Schwartz, Francine Schwartzberg, SuEsta Scott, Lukas Seelye, Jean Seubert, Judith Shafer, Jeslin Shahrezaei, R.J. Shamberger, Campbell Shannon, Alex Shapiro, Rhetta Shead, Irene Shively, Andrew Siersma, Kelly Signer, Jacob Silber, Victor Silva, Julianne Simenson, Julia Singh, Shannon Slack, Colleen Smith, Frankie Smith, Marjorie Smith, Christina Soliz, Diana Solomon, Desiree Sotomayor, Lindsay Soukup, Roseann Spevack, Heather Spillman, Rebecca Spilver, Matt Starika, Catherine Steffen, Mark Stein, Tiffany Stephens, Darin Stewart, Neil Stock, John Stockley, Ann Stoenner, Kathy & Joe Stommel, Joanna Stone, Streetlight Records, Sally Strohsahl, Sara Studdard, Griffin Sutherland, Sarah Swanson, Kate Szablya, Louis Szablya, Mary Szablya, Steve Szablya, Eri Takami, Max Tamburi, Alia Tamura, Rebecca Taylor, Lisa Telk, Jason Terry, Amy Thatcher, Cecelia Thomas, Araby Thornewill, Jude Tibay, Brandon Tidwell, Kathleen Tierney, Dale Tims, TisBest, Aaron Tochini, Gregory Tokarczyk, Jessica Toll, Linda Tomsyck, Emily Tran, Denise Trujillo, Aileen Tucker, Katie Tuesta, Cathy Turner, Len & Juan Ulibarri, David Van Buskirk, Charles Vandenberg, Clark Vander Broek, Patty Vandevander, Eric Vanzytveld, Christie Veitch, Alexis Vercollone, Katherine Vogel, Cheryl Volmert, Katheryn Vukson, Mark Waddell, Cara Wagner, Jeanette Wagner, James Walker, Shawn Walker-Smith, Steve Wallingford, Kelly Waltrip, Jay Wang, Jacob Warren, Jacob Warren, Grant Warrington, Bradley Waters, Michael Watkins, Marcia Weaks, Charles Weber, Kate Wentz, Bonnie Wertz, Kaitlynn Wertz, Tom Wertz, Alex West, Westirongroup, Debra Westwood, Kevin Whatley, Lance Wheeland, Rodney Wheeland, Ann White, Shirell White, Tamara White, Jacob Whyard, Nikki Wiberg, Katy Williams, Marty Williams, Meredith Williams, Shane Williams, Susan Williams, Emily Wilson, Nancy Wilson-Rhodes, Andrea Wisott, Cindy Wittebort, Phillip Wong, Robin Wood-Mason, Jeffrey Woods, Meg Worth, Christopher Wright, Steven Wright, Vanessa Wynne, Thomas Yacko, Kathy Yates, Joey Young, Will Young, Nuria Zapata, Bridgette Zayach, Michael Zimmerman, Rachel Zirakzadeh, Sara Zucker

* Indicates a member of Guardian Circle, RMAA’s monthly giving program (Bronze, $1-$49/month; Silver, $50-$99/month; Gold, $100-$199/month; Platinum, $200+/month).

Special Thanks To:

Arvada Center for the Performing Arts

Jacob Kenworthy

Elizabeth Jamison

Marcus Turner

Anne Drake, Stage manager for her 21 years of service to DGMC

San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

SCFD - Jefferson County

Ken Leist, Choreographer DGMC 2013-2023

The Center


Denver Gazette

Outfront Magazine

Yvie Oddly

Christ United Methodist Church

Metropolitan State University - Department of Music

Leslie, ASL Interpreter

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To celebrate the legacy that James has cemented at DGMC and ensure we continue on his path, we are raising a total of $10,000 to support the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus. The funds will go to the following:

  • Underwriting DGMC’s LGBTQ+ Educational Outreach Program to local schools
  • Supporting a tour to rural Colorado to further the cause of LGBTQ+ education and social justice issues
  • Commissioning a new work for his successor to perform with DGMC
  • Contracting a marginalized guest artist(s) to perform with the chorus

This fund will ensure that the chorus continues to thrive and build community through music. The chorus is needed more than ever. We need to stand strong, sing with great passion, and show that we will not be silenced.

Please consider making a donation to support the chorus.

We are inviting you to collaborate with us this month in raising $5,000 for Give OUT Day, the only national giving event dedicated to the LGBTQAI+ community. Funding will help RMAA

  • Build an Anti-Bullying program for high school LGBTQAI+ students.  This work is as crucial as ever!  We need to support the younger generation and help them discover that being part of the LGBQTAI+ community is a beautiful thing and that there is nothing that could possibly be wrong with them.
  • Bring well-known guest artists to upcoming chorus concerts. This will help expose the choruses to a larger audience and expand our impact.
  • Support production of our 2023-2024 concert performances. We have over 20 ticketed concerts planned for 2023-2024 in all seven counties in the SCFD metro Denver area!

We Appreciate Your Support!

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