The Columbine Chorale was founded in 1987 by well-known Denver-area choral conductor Richard Eichenberger as a chamber choir of 35 selected voices. The Chorale was created to provide its singers and audiences with choral music experiences of the highest quality. It is the fundamental goal of the Chorale to present performances of great choral literature in a manner that reflects the Chorale’s deep sense of commitment to the aesthetic beauty and integrity of the music itself.
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Dear Columbine Chorale patrons,
Even in these unusual times, music still unites us. Although we cannot rehearse or perform our usual holiday music, we have created a short video of virtual offerings plus favorites from previous concerts. We invite you to enjoy “A Holiday Offering” by clicking on this link: https://youtu.be/3AWtgcOvOUw
Columbine Chorale is committed to singing again as soon as conditions allow. Our board has cut expenses to the minimum to conserve our resources until we can meet safely. We invite your support as we work through the present but also in the future to help us make sense of what we have collectively experienced.
Please consider donating to the chorale at https://www.columbinechorale.org/donate/ You can also easily support the chorale by linking your King Soopers card to Columbine Chorale. We then receive a percentage of the money you spend on groceries at no cost to you. For full details on how to link your card, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay safe until we can unite through our love of music once again.
Thank you to our supporters who make everything possible!