Denver Art Song Project is Colorado’s first professional performance group dedicated to innovative and modern performance of art songs.

Join us for our first performance of the season!

Religious Art Songs and Carols

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 1:30 p.m.- Lone Tree Arts Center

Friday, December 7, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.- Arts at Cabrini

Celebrate the true spirit of the season as Denver Art Song Project explores the intersection of religion and song in their singular style.

Margaret Ozaki Graves and Eapen Leubner return along with Anna Englaender and Steven Aguilo-Arbues to perform a variety of religious art songs.

This show is perfect for new audiences of all ages.

Upcoming Performances

Don Quixote in Music (January, 2019)

Denver Art Song Project in collaboration with the Denver Early Music Consort, present this internationally-performed pastiche starring Robert Osborne (New York City Opera, Tanglewood Festival).

The Pillars of African-American Art Song (February, 2019)

Stephanie Ann Ball returns to explore new aspects of the African-American experience as chronicled through the compositions and words of the art song genre.

The 2019 High School Art Song Competition (March, 2019)

See the finalists of the 2019 High School Art Song Competition as they compete for cash prizes. The audience will choose one favorite.  Be a part of this new tradition of art song education!

songSlam (April, 2019)

Denver Art Song Project teams up with Sparks & Wiry Cries for this one night only event.  10 composers and 10 singers team up to present world premiers of new art songs.  See 10 world premieres and vote for your favorites to win $2,000 in prizes.

The theme for this competition is “Children’s Poetry”, so bring the kids!

The Immigrant’s Song (May, 2019)

Pablo Romero curates this new show that explores the joys and challenges of the immigrant experience in America.  John Seesholtz returns and we introduce Jennifer Davis in this new Denver Art Song Project production.