interview with Bill Loper

Harmony: A Colorado Chorale’s spring concerts (“Imagine – Songs of Hope and Change”) in Fort Collins and Denver this May offer  a fresh and fun musical perspective on bullying from the all-inclusive choir, offering some hope, especially for LGBTQ youth.

Chorale director Bill Loper visited First Take to tell the story of the chorale and how their singing lifts audiences from the burden of hate.

Tickets and details about upcoming performances in Fort Collins (May 4) and Denver (May 10) are available at the website

Music on this feature is from Cal Tjader, “Linda Chicana,” from the CD La Onda Va Bien and Art Tatum, “Someone to Watch Over Me,” from the CD The Definitive Art Tatum.

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