While we cannot gather, we still can listen, and be transported.

Together, Apart: Awake With Heart

Sunday, October 25, 7:00 pm (LIVE on Youtube)

Ars Nova Singers presents our Fall Concert live from Broomfield Auditorium, streamed on our Youtube channel.

Artistic Director Thomas Edward Morgan has chosen a program that honors American Democracy and speaks to Ars Nova Singers’ commitment to re-evaluating our core repertoire and ensuring that it amplifies the voices of Black composers and other composers of color, both historical and living. We recognize that to make a true difference requires ongoing attention; this concert will be one of many in which we feature composers of color.

We are also pleased to be presenting works by composer George Lynn, who served on the faculty at CU College of Music in the 1950s and whose full body of manuscripts now resides at CU at the American Music Research Center.

The concert, titled “Together, Apart: Awake With Heart” is a hybrid performance of being together while being apart – a combination of octets recorded separately and coming together in the livestream. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, October 25. Tune in at 7:00 pm, or enjoy the performance later.

For song texts and personnel information, click the Program link below.

October 25 Program

While we are not charging for tickets for this performance, we are gratefully accepting donations to support our operations. If you would like to donate, the Colorado Gives button will take you directly to our donation page. Thank you for your support!

Stories in the Song

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Ars Nova Singers Artistic Director Thomas Edward Morgan catches up with local renowned composer and good friend of Ars Nova Singers Bill Douglas. Bill discusses the impact his compositions have had, especially recently, as we look to music for solace in these difficult times. This video features Bill’s setting of the text by William Butler Yeats in “Lake Isle of Innisfree,” performed by Ars Nova Singers from the CD A Place Called Morning. 

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Enjoy our new segment hosted by Executive Director Kim Brody, featuring local businesses that we think are great!

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ARS NOVA SINGERS – Music You Can Feel

Specializing in a cappella music of the Renaissance and the 20th and 21st centuries, Ars Nova Singers a cappella choir of Boulder, Colorado celebrates its 34th concert season in 2019-2020. The professional-core ensemble conducted by founding Artistic Director Thomas Edward Morgan is composed of selectively auditioned choral musicians from the Denver/Boulder metropolitan region. In its history, Ars Nova has presented over 400 performances of more than 100 different concert programs.

The ensemble has received national recognition, including being selected as a semifinalist for The American Prize in choral performance (2010).

Ars Nova Singers Boulder, Colorado

Public performances postponed due to the current global pandemic. More information will be coming soon!


Created through the support of The Avenir Foundation, the Ars Nova Singers Endowment allows us the opportunity to expand our programs and explore new avenues for presenting our music to the community.

Each donation will be generously matched by The Avenir Foundation. This helps to ensure Ars Nova Singers cultural presence into the future. Please consider donating today.

“This endowment fulfills a lifelong dream. I am beyond words with gratitude for each and every donation.”

— Thomas Edward Morgan, Artistic Director

Tom Morgan, Conductor - Ars Nova Singers, Boulder, CO


Ars Nova Boulder Singers

Black Lives Matter.

Ars Nova Singers firmly opposes discrimination of every kind and the hatred and brutality that result from it. We stand compassionately for people of color and abhor the intolerable cruelty, bias, and bigotry they have endured through this nation’s persistent systemic racism. We raise our voices in unity with the expanding worldwide chorus against racism in all its forms. We recognize that institutions and ensembles of classical music like Ars Nova can do more to fight racism than they have in the past. We are committed to re-evaluating our core repertoire and ensuring that it amplifies the voices of Black composers and other composers of color, both historical and living. We are also actively pursuing collaborations with local performers and artists who reflect the diversity of our Colorado community.