Canto Deo 2020 Spring Concert Postponed

As you might have guessed, the 2020 Canto Deo spring concert has been suspended. The length of the virus lock-down is such that I’m doubtful we will be able to plan anything until this crisis is over and we get a green light from the powers that be. Choosing a...

New Commissioned Work by John Paul Hayward

Once thing that has made Canto Deo a unique sacred choral group is the fact that we’ve been able to commission brand-new works by notable choral composers. We have been blessed to share the premiere of several new works, including: Good King Wenceslas –...

2019 Christmas Concerts Announced

For more than a decade now, the Canto Deo Festival Choir and Orchestra, under the direction of Jonathan Brown, has shared the rich tradition of sacred Christmas music with family and friends – kith and kin – throughout the greater Denver area. This year’s program will...

Final Performances of the Season

Canto Deo’s 2018/2019 season is coming to an end, but we still have one more concert series we can’t wait to share with you. We opened the season with two Advent Services of Lessons and Carols in December, followed by three performances of A Canto Deo...

What is Lent?

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...

Rehearsals Have Begun

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...