Denver MountainAires History


Chartered Sept.18, 1975, the Denver MountainAires chapter was formed as an alternative to the competition-orientated area chorus. About twenty men had a vision of a chapter without extensive time spent on risers, with more emphasis placed upon quartet activities, and a more relaxed, fun meeting format. The chapter focus has always been to sing with quality for our appreciative audiences.

In the early 1990’s, the Chord Weavers quartet started singing at area junior and high schools. It has slowly grown over the years into a strong youth outreach program, touching the lives of boys and girls alike. In the last few years, the Denver Mile High chapter and the Sweet Adelines have joined us in our efforts to educate, excite, and inspire our youth to sing barbershop. We hold yearly festivals, summer camps, an annual high school quartet contest for both boys and girls, and more.

Chapter membership is 40 or so men with several registered quartets. We pride ourselves upon our community involvement — singing to our youth and senior citizens alike. A typical chapter meeting will include quartetting, chorus work, craft sessions, gang singing, and more fun than you can imagine.

Come Sing With Us!




The Denver MountainAires meet Tuesday evening at the:

Edgewater Community Church

2497 Fenton St., Edgewater, Colo.

7:30 – 10:00 pm

Located six blocks west of Sheridan Blvd.

and one block south of W. 26th Ave.

Chapter meetings are open to men of all ages who have an interest in singing the “good old barbershop songs.”