When the going gets tough, the tough get going. We are more than tough. We are tenacious, zealous, and resolute. That is why we are doubling down to protect and preserve our choruses.

It is a year of unprecedented change. RMAA leadership made the difficult decisions necessary to sustain the Denver Women’s Chorus (DWC) and the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus (DGMC) by conserving cash, cutting expenses, and pivoting to produce free virtual concerts for the community. We are positioning the choruses to flourish once we can “reopen” our doors.

As part of Colorado Gives Day, the state’s largest community giving movement for nonprofits, we are doubling our efforts to raise $60,000. Each donation received will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $20,000.  Colorado Gives Day is a perfect time to help us continue to entertain, educate, empower and inspire our audiences. Schedule your Colorado Gives Day donation now through December 8. 

To donate to a specific chorus, under Donation details, select program, and then under the second drop-down menu, choose to support DWC, DGMC, or one of the choruses ensembles.

Thank you!



With a mission of “building community through music,” the choruses of Rocky Mountain Arts Association (RMAA) have been entertaining audiences throughout the greater Denver metropolitan area and Colorado Front Range communities for 38 years. RMAA serves as the umbrella organization for our two choruses and represents the oldest and largest LGBTQ performing arts organization in Colorado.

Now recognized as one of our state’s premier performing arts organizations, RMAA produces five subscription concert series each year and participates in dozens of free community outreach events benefiting nonprofit organizations, advocacy groups and business organizations; along with educational programming in Denver area high schools to engage and empower LGBTQ, questioning and gender nonconforming youth and their allies.

RMAA member choruses have performed in 12 states, the District of Columbia and in Canada; appeared in all of Colorado’s top-tier performance venues; commissioned more than 20 new choral works; produced a number of commercial recordings; and performed with several well-known Broadway and television artists. In more than three decades of performances, the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus and the Denver Women’s Chorus have entertained, educated and inspired almost one-half million audience members.

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