AB Variation:

Anima Chamber Ensemble

Apr 27, 2019


Capitol Hill Concerts closes out its successful inaugural season by presenting Anima Chamber Ensemble on Saturday, April 27 at 7 p.m. at the First Unitarian Society of Denver.

Founded in 2015 by Co-Artistic Directors Christopher Maunu and Nathan Payant, Anima Chamber Ensemble is an elite 16-voice ensemble comprised of professional musicians based in the Denver metro area. Anima specializes in performing diverse choral repertoire ranging from Renaissance polyphony to contemporary works of the 21st century. With a deep rooted philosophy that choral music should be shared with and by everyone, Anima Chamber Ensemble strives to connect with audience members of ALL ages. The performances offered by Anima have been described as “refreshing, flawless, passionate and entertaining.” They resonate with not only adults from all walks of life, but are also a “hit” with a younger generation of choral artists.

A portion of this show’s proceeds will be donated to Vocal Coalition (VOCO). Though alliances between students, schools, and equity-minded community members, VOCO is changing the way humans unify through music. TEDx MileHigh presenters in 2017 as an “idea worth sharing,” VOCO fuses the choral medium with the songs and presence of Colorado artists from across the spectrum of cultural identity. A community-designed VOCO concert leaves everyone filled with hope that it is within our power to transform the inequitable borders of our increasingly divided world.

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