Fort Collins Homeless Coalition

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Current and upcoming events are listed below:


Next Saturday, January 19th, The Denver Gay Men’s Chorus will be presenting the northern Colorado premiere of Street Requiem, a stunning new choral work addressing the growing challenges of homelessness and housing insecurity in Front Range cities and across the globe.
This event honors and remembers all those who have died on the streets, and all who are struggling to survive. A significant portion of the proceeds will be going to three local nonprofits: the Fort Collins Homeless Coalition, FoCo Cafe, and Neighbor to Neighbor.
For more concert details and to purchase tickets to the January 19, 2019 performance, visit or call the chorus office at (303) 325-3959.
What: HOME: Featuring the Northern Colorado Premiere of “Street Requiem”
Where: First United Methodist Church of Fort Collins, 1005 Stover Street
When: Saturday, January 19. Concert time is 7:30 pm.
More info:
Created by Australian composers Kathleen McGuire, Jonathon Welch and Andy Payne, Street Requiem is a contemporary work for mass choir and soloists that pays homage to those who live and struggle on the streets. The choral piece is anchored in the traditional Latin Requiem mass, but includes English, African and Arabic lyrics and utilizes gospel, Celtic, neo-romantic, neo-baroque, indigenous and contemporary genres to reflect the multicultural and multi-faith traditions of modern city living. While at times challenging and deeply moving, the choral work is comforting, essentially optimistic and uplifting.


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