Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers
a cappella performances of eclectic music old and new with the crisp clarity of Rocky Mountain air

2017-2018 ~ 30th Anniversary Season! 
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Upcoming concert: Home for the Holidays 
Dec 3, 2017,  2:00 pm - Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 1200 S. Taft Hill Rd., Fort Collins                                                             

Dec 10, 2017,  3:00 pm -  King of Glory Lutheran Church, 2919 Wilson Ave., Loveland
Tickets available at the door only ($18 adults/$5 students)

The Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers originated in Loveland, Colorado in 1988, with the goal of bringing a cappella choral music to northern Colorado. The group enjoys performing a great variety of styles, from the Renaissance masters Byrd and Palestrina, through folk songs from around the world, to modern doo-wop, jazz, barbershop and pop/rock. The Chamber Singers revel in the breadth and variety of this literature, which requires an ear for many different styles and a dedication to precision and blend.

The Chamber Singers have performed throughout the United States, and were honored to be invited to perform at the Kennedy Performing Arts Center, in Washington, D.C. Colorado collaborations have included the Loveland Choral Society, the Front Range Chamber Players, the Fort Collins Bach Festival, and the 2009 debut of composer David Harris' works "The Frail Stag" and "The Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew."

Audience members have raved, "Your selection of pieces is inspired!" and "Such wonderful blend and diction." Reviews have praised the "...astounding display of virtuosity in technique, execution, style and versatility" and "...exact phrasing, excellent diction, impeccable intonation and a thorough knowledge of every style."

Recordings include "RMCS A Cappella!", "Christmas with the Chamber Singers", "Go Tell It On The Mountain" and "Best of the Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers."
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