When was the Colorado Chamber Players founded?
Our very first concert was in December of 1993, and we’ve been performing for nearly 3 decades! We celebrate our 30th Anniversary season 2023-24.
Do you pay your musicians?
We pay all of our professional musicians at Denver Musicians Union scale.
Is the Colorado Chamber Players a non-profit organization?
Yes! Colorado Chamber Players was incorporated as a non profit 501(c)(3) in 1995.
We welcome your donation of any size.
What should I wear to a concert?
Please be comfortable at our chamber music concerts! There is a wide range from casual to business casual dress among our patrons.
Is there an intermission at concerts?
We usually offer an intermission at our live concerts. Our virtual broadcasts do not have an intermission, but you can start and stop the video on demand as you wish.
How long are concerts?
Live concerts are usually 90 minutes, virtual concerts are usually 60-70 minutes long.
Do you need Volunteers?
We love having volunteers, especially to help us with box office and encouraging social distancing at concerts.
Please contact us if you are interesting in helping out the CCP! You can sign up to volunteer by navigating to the home page, click on “Support”, then “Volunteer”, and fill out the form. Thank you!
What venues do you play at, and what is parking like?
In the 2023-2024 season, the Colorado Chamber Players is performing at:
Bethany Lutheran Church – free parking in lot
People’s Building– free parking just north of building
Trailwinds Recreation Center– free parking in lot
Children’s Hospital of Aurora- free parking in covered garage
Ephiphany Lutheran Church – free on street parking
Montclair Civic Building (the Molkery) – free on street parking
Broomfield Auditorium – free parking in lot
First Universalist Church of Denver– free parking in lot
Are some of your concerts online this season?
Yes, be sure to check our calendar!
Do you perform at accessible venues?
Colorado Chamber Players strives to perform at venues that are accessible to wheelchairs, walkers and patrons who cannot climb stairs.
We use large print in programs, for the visually impaired.
We strive to have TDD or hearing accessible loops available to patrons at venues.
How do I buy tickets?
Please go back to our home page, click on Concerts or Current Season, and you will see all the concerts.
Click on the concert or video on demand that you are interested in, and you will find ticket information for each production.