Broadway Cabaret of Hope

A Digital Concert Experience

Join the One World Singers for a concert showcasing music of hope and change!  Drawing on musicals like Cabaret and Ragtime, the chorus and ensembles...

Join the Virtual OWS Chorus!

Join us Thursday Evenings at 7:00 Mountain Time

The One World Singers welcomes participation from around the country in this fall’s four-part program, which includes focuses each Thursday in one of four areas:...

One World Singers

One World Singers is an historical community chorus in the Denver Metropolitan Area.  We perform a wide variety of music, always with the goal of promoting understanding of our common humanity.

Although we do perform as a single chorus, we love to collaborate with other groups.  Recent concerts have included Christmas in Provence in collaboration with the Alliance Française de Denver; Musicals that Changed the World, This Little Light and An Evening of Spirituals with the Bennie L. Williams Spiritual Voices, Caribbean Christmas Mass with the Pan Jumbies Steel Drum Band, Turn the World Around with the Rocky Mountain Ringers and Bridges to Zimbabwe with Boulder’s Kutandara Marimba Experience. 

In May, 2019 we brought together give different Denver area groups in the first Denver Cultural Festival, the ultimate collaborative experience!  You can view a short video of the closing song here.  Watch for information on the 2020 festival to be held in May.

Our home is in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver at the landmark St. Thomas Episcopal Church at 22nd & Dexter Street.  Although we sing in a church, we do not have a religious affiliation.

We have an exciting season coming up in 2018 – 2019!  Be sure to check our Events & Tickets page for more information.

We welcome all who love to sing in community, and auditions are for section placement only.  If you are interested in joining, please contact Chorus Manager Maureen Liegl at 410-570-2121.

 

Get To Know A Singer

Don U

Bass 1Don sang in chorus through 9th grade, and didn’t sing formally again until he was 42!  He was recruited by the OWS’s former director in 1994, with whom...