We exist to provide adults who love to sing a fun and challenging opportunity to make music together!

"Music does bring people together. It allows us to experience the same emotions. People everywhere are the same in heart and spirit. No matter what language we speak, what color we are, the form of our politics or expression of our love and our faith, music proves: We are the same." ~ John Denver

 

2018 Spring concert "A Night at the Movies"

CONCERTS

TCC has two formal concerts a year: one in the spring and one in the winter. The spring concert varies in themes such as "A Night at the Movies" to "Songs of the American West" to "Music that Moves Us." In the winter we have our Holiday Concert with all varieties of holiday music. We also participate in the Thornton Winter Fest.

choir members serving dessert at our summer cabaret fundraiser.

FUNDRAISING

Every summer TCC puts on a Cabaret Night. This performance gives our singers an opportunity to sing songs of their choice as a solo, duet or small ensemble. Some members also like to show off some of their other talents. The Cabaret Night always includes food, beverages and a whole lot of fun music!

Singing at a special event

special performances

Throughout the choral season, TCC takes the opportunity to provide music to those who may not be able to go out on the town. We have been privileged to sing at many assisted living and retirement homes. TCC has also has been booked to sing at a birthday party and local churches. Want us to sing at your next event? Contact Us!

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ~ Plato

 

 

Frank Newton is the founder of TCC and continues to serve on the board of directors and as a chorus member.  Frank’s leadership and vision have been an integral part of TCC and we are honored to have his partnership ties to TASHCO, which strengthen the Chorus.  Frank’s passion for music began with his own music education as a youth, as a music educator, theater production and now to community arts and culture ventures such as TASCHO, Thornton Community Bank and, of course, TCC.  

 

 
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“Music is a language that doesn’t speak in particular words. It speaks in emotions, and if it’s in the bones, it’s in the bones.” ~ Keith Richards

 

Kawika Berthelette is pleased to co-direct this concert.  He has been teaching music for the last three years in multiple elementary schools in Denver Public Schools, including Kaiser Elementary, McKinley-Thatcher Elementary, and Barrett Elementary.  He also spent three years as the Director of Bands at Adams City Middle School.  He has guest Conducted the Brighton Music Fest Orchestra where he directed his original composition “Reflection”.  Another composition debuted by the ensemble was “The Fallen” which he coached.   He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education (K-12) from Colorado State University in Ft. Collins Colorado.

 

 
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“The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable.” ~ W.H. Auden

 

This is Lisa Badal’s first year playing with TCC. In High School she was competitive in violin and piano, winning several TASHCO competitions, and participating in the Denver Young Artists’ Orchestra. Senior year she was 3rd chair at Colorado All State Orchestra, sang in the Women’s Choir at Colorado All State Choir, and was the 2nd place winner of the Colorado All State Choir Accompanist Competition. After high school she attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Instrumental Music Education. She currently teaches private piano and violin lessons and also accompanies the choirs at Prairie View High School twice a week.

 

 
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