ONE NIGHT ONLY!!! Saturday, December 3, 2016
There is a nip in the air, the leaves are changing from green to red and everyone is trading their lemonade for lattes. With the arrival of fall, we begin to look ahead to the holiday season and anticipate celebrating traditions with family and friends.
Note: We will have tickets available at the door for our performance at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Campion. Click the "Learn More" button below to see a map and directions. Dr. Krueger's pre-concert talk will begin about 6:45.
NOTE: We have a very limited number of tickets available for sale at the door tonight at the Masonic Lodge. Dr. Krueger's pre-concert talk will begin about 6:45.
Horse and Dragon Brewing Company is giving the Larimer Chorale a wonderful 40th Anniversary gift. They have named a beer in our honor -- Ruby-throated Red.
From the snow-capped mountains of Denali to the majestic beauty of the Statue of Liberty to the elk-abundant backwoods of our very own Rocky Mountain wilderness, the United States National Park System has been delivering awe inspiring views and rustic adventures for a century. Join the Silverton
The Larimer Chorale has been making Colorado’s Front Range sing for four decades. We are an auditioned, adult choir, singing for joy and out of a deep dedication to music and our home.
Come hear the Silvertones of the Larimer Chorale sing the National Anthem before the Fort Collins Foxes baseball game. Stay for the game and cheer for your local collegiate summer league team.
The Fort Collins Foxes baseball club has invited the Larimer Chorale to sing the National Anthem at the Foxes home opener. Come to the baseball park at the west end of Oak Street, in city Park, to hear us sing. Stay to watch the game!
The Silvertones will perform parts of their "Of Thee I Sing!" concert at the Veterans Plaza of Northern Colorado on Monday, May 30, at 2:30. This special Memorial Day concert will honor those who have served or are serving in the military.
Tragedies caused by wars, racial tension, domestic violence, and bullying are in the news daily. It is more important than ever to remember our nation’s history during times of struggle and commit to sending a resounding message of peace throughout our community.
With the Larimer Chorale Orchestra and Soloists: Sarah Davis Eaton, soprano; Sarah Barber McCurdy, mezzo-soprano; Gene Stenger, tenor; Tom Sitzler, baritone
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