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National Anthem!

Skyline was absolutely thrilled to sing the National Anthem at the Colorado Rockies game on July 25, 2018!  Certainly a bucket-list item for many of us! The Rockies played 2017 World Series Champions, the Houston Astros, and won with a score of 3-2.

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Street Requiem

On June 8, members of Skyline Chorus were honored to participate in HOME: Building Pride, Finding Family, a special event featuring the Denver Gay Men's Chorus, sopranos and altos from other choruses in Denver, and solo singers as well. The show focused on creating your home and family, and featured the Colorado premiere of Street Requiem, by Kathleen McGuire, Andy Payne and Jonathon Welch.

The second act featured the Denver Gay Men's Chorus with all of the guest artists and a chamber orchestra as they premiered the cantata of Street Requiem in Denver.

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Colorado Feeding Kids

Skyline sang a happy tune on Saturday, June 2nd while once again packing meals for children in need.  This was their 2nd such opportunity following a similar Saturday last September, 2017.  It was truly a joyful experience to be working together towards such a wonderful cause!

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Soon: June 2, 2018!

Skyline will be giving back to our community once again by participating in the Colorado Feeding Kids food pack on June 2, 2018!  

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Acapella Festival June 9th

Skyline & Face, hosted by Arvada Chorale

A small group from Skyline was honored to perform at the 2018 Acalada Acapella Festival on Saturday, June 9th.  Skyline opened the evening show at 6:00PM and FACE Vocal Band concluded the show at 9:30PM. The event was held at the Arvada United Methodist Church in Arvada.  

Thank you to those who were able to join us for this day of wonderful acapella singing!

 

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Skyline & Colorado Feeding Kids

It was a bright sunny Colorado morning when the women of Skyline Chorus arrived at FERN Warehouse to pack meals for Colorado Feeding Kids, a local charity.  The Skyline volunteers, alongside family members (including kids!), packed 18,000 of the 50,000 meals that were loaded on a truck bound for Houston Saturday, September 2nd. The ladies filled the warehouse with song and laughter infusing those meals with love and care.

Colorado Feeding Kids has been helping families in need for 10 years and is supported 100% by donations.  All work is performed by volunteers. 

CBS Channel 4 was on site for the event and interviewed Skyline's director, Vickie Maybury and Colorado Feeding Kids' president, Ken Bradley.  

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