Canto Deo: A Denver Community Choir
Our Mission: To sing sacred choral music, share its message, and inspire audiences and enrich our lives.
Canto Deo is dedicated to excellence in performance and carrying on our Christian cultural heritage by exploring choral literature from diverse historical periods and styles. As part of our contribution to our heritage, Canto Deo also supports the creation of new sacred choral works and serves as a community based resource for sacred music. Learn more about us.
Lent is the time that Christians remember the sufferings of Christ before His crucifixion. The season of Lent is 40 days before Easter. Traditionally Canto Deo has sung a concert which we called A Lenten Service of Motets and Meditations which is patterned after the...read more
Rehearsals have started for the Lenten concert! We are so excited to return to St Elizabeth of Hungary as well as Bethany Lutheran for this concert. St Elizabeth has absolutely incredible acoustics which makes the music touching. Although it is small, don't miss the...read more
“The concert put me into the right frame of mind to celebrate Christmas! I particularly enjoyed the spiritual content of the music and the excellence of the singers and musicians. I went home feeling very uplifted!”
“It was divine. Every aspect of the concert was more than I expected. Heavenly! I am also impressed with you to allow us to come in and enjoy this concert for free! I hope my donation was ample enough for the value I received.”
“So well done, a variety of music, I enjoyed it immensely! Worshipful, greatly added to our Christmas celebration. I particularly enjoy when the audience joins the choir!”
“True perfection from start to finish. Loved the audience sing-alongs. We had several guests come with us and they all said it was the highlight of their Christmas. We can hardly wait until next year. Thank you”
“We really enjoyed it. We go to the Canto Deo concerts because of the diverse pieces of music they perform. Always a wonderful experience! Everything is very well done and so beautiful.”