The Denver Art Song Project

Founded in 2015 by Eapen Leubner, Mallory Bernstein and Michael Bevers, the Denver Art Song Project (DASP) presents innovative, themed art song programs that use spoken word, art and super-titles.  Their mission is to create an art song community of professional performers and audience through recitals, online programs, educational outreach, and recordings.   DASP’s first album “A Single Step… Songs of Beethoven and Donaudy” is available on compact disc and all major digital platforms.

Don’t miss our Youtube release of “Die schöne Müllerin by Franz Schubert” for voice and guitar with Eapen Leubner, tenor, and Michael Bevers, guitarist and engineer.

Congratulations to our 2018 High School Art Song Competition singers.  The competition winners were:

First Place- Meg Brilleslyper (Colorado Springs)

The Flora Brown Promise Award
This is a contingent award of no less than $10,000. The student winner will receive the award upon completing a successful audition for the Ithaca College School of Music, and upon acceptance to Ithaca College as a voice major. The amount will then be applied to defray costs of tuition to attend Ithaca College, School of Music.

$200 and participation in the 2018 High School Art Song Concert and Master Class

Second Place- Nisha Caiozzi (Denver)

$100 and participation in the 2018 High School Art Song Concert and Master Class

Honorable Mention- Jordan Clanton (Aurora)

$50, Participation in the 2018 High School Art Song Concert and Master Class

Special Encouragement Award- Jackson Kiesecker (Ft. Collins)


Thank you to our Donors:

  • Eileen Bantel
  • Cathy and Bill Barnhart
  • Amy and Baxter Fain
  • Esther Gross
  • Carol Haber
  • Juliana Hall
  • Kristen Leonard
  • Ingo Leubner
  • William Malone
  • Ruth Mathews-Leubner
  • Chad Meyer
  • Patricia Sumner
  • Renee Taylor
  • Kathleen/robert Terrien
  • Robert Terrien
  • Wendy Terrien
  • Allen Westenbarger
  • Christina Wright
  • Anonymous (10)

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