Please join us for FREE at our winter concert on Sunday afternoon December 8th at Historic Grant Avenue 216 S Grant St, Denver, at exactly 4 pm in the old sanctuary.
Here’s what we’re up to:
- Annie’s Song by John Denver
- Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell
- Lara’s Theme from Dr. Zhivago
- Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton
- Unchained Melody from Ghost
- La Paloma by Sebastian Iradier
- Bourée by J.S. Bach (from Laura)
- Over the Rainbow (from Kaylen)
- Estudio by Tarrega (from Christie)
- Imagine by John and Yoko
- O Little Town of Bethlehem (from Dan)
- Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring by J.S. Bach (from Joni)
- Silent Night (from Jerome)
- Carol of the Bells
- Silver Bells
- We Wish You a Merry Christmas
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How We Work…
We began growing a city-wide orchestra on November 11, 2017, with guitarists who understand teamwork. It’s fun and you’ll improve your skills at a much faster pace than working alone. We know two things all accomplished players do … they practice (some more than others) and they show up to rehearsal. If you’re willing to do those two things, you should get in touch with us no matter your current skill level.
If you are studying with a guitar teacher, ask them to contact us so we can give them the certification materials and you can prepare with them.
Who should probably not look into joining us: If you want nothing to do with sheet music, or if you need to be the center of attention, or if you only want to play one type of song or from one specific genre then you probably have better options in Denver and we encourage you to seek those alternatives out.
Please call or text 303-984-0777 and we’ll get you up and running.
Our Mission: The Denver Guitar Orchestra supports community members of all ages and skill levels willing to practice, rehearse, and work as a team in a community orchestra education program to develop music from all eras and styles for presentation on the acoustic guitar.