Bringing inspiration and joy through fine choral and musical revue performance to the Aurora/Denver Metro area and beyond.
Warm and welcoming to all, Aurora Singers is a first-class example of community building through the arts providing wholesome entertainment that people from all walks of life can enjoy.
For more than 40 years, and purely for the love of music, we have brought our passion for music to the community in an accessible style and for an affordable price - adult tickets are $12, students and senior tickets are $10, and children 11 and under attend free. With a modest annual budget of less than $50,000, this small but mighty organization brings joy to more than 2,500 people every year.
We envision bringing communities together through song and dance. We will continue to inspire and to energize the creativity of our members while providing an excellent entertainment experience for audiences everywhere. Think music! Think Singers. Come and enjoy our concerts!
"Delightful....Just so fun.....we were all tapping our feet and singing along! Evelyn Hoch (Oktoberfest)
"All of the shows we have seen are fantastic! Such a nice mixture of songs and presented in the Singers own special style!" Herb Kirk
"I saw people smile today that I haven't seen smile since I got here" Audience member at Westland Meridian performance
"This group is just wonderful for our community. Thank you!" Barry Ables
"I always enjoy your concerts and look forward to the next. Always entertaining and fun - just a joy to attend." Phil Traversa
"Love your show. Keep going" Jeanine Stringfellow
Aurora Singers came to life in 1977 as the Aurora Civic Chorus, meeting a need in the community for for cultural offerings for both audiences and performers within the City of Aurora. As the group grew and developed its own identity, the name was changed to Aurora Singers in 1984. In 1995, Aurora Singers became an independent 501(c)(3) entity having been supported originally through City of Aurora municipal funds.
The ensemble began as a traditional choir performing on risers and without memorization of music. With the hiring of a new director in the early 90s, the Aurora Singers became less of a choir and more of a performance group with the introduction of choreography and costumes. Under this director, Aurora Singers also began holding auditions to raise the level of performance. The group continues to hold auditions but remains steadfast to its commitment as a community performance ensemble, welcoming singers of all abilities.
Aurora Singers is known for its highly entertaining and joy filled performances producing four large shows each year with choreography, costumes and sets. This warm and welcoming ensemble is a first-class example of community building through the arts.