Mission Statement

The Metropolitan Choral Festival will focus on bringing to the diverse residents of the Denver metropolitan area an annual free concert of major choral works.  Each concert will be presented by area volunteer, non-auditioned singers joined by some of the area's finest professional musicians and vocal soloists. Read More...

Meet the Board

The MCF is overseen by a board of directors of local business people and musicians. Read More...


Almost everyone is touched by music! Whether a simple mother's lullabye, the national anthem at a special event, fans singing spontaneously before a game, or the power of a mass choir, music is intimately bound up with important events in all our lives.

About Metropolitan Choral Festival

After the passing of the Ronald J. Williams, Founder and Director of the Broomfield Choral Festival (BCF), it was decided that the BCF would no longer be able to continue in its current form.  In order to keep the tradition going, a new organization, the Metropolitan Choral Festival (MCF) was formed.  In collaboration with Park Hill United Methodist Church, the MCF will be presenting a concert dedicated to the memory of Mr. Williams, featuring the great classical choral work Ron chose for this summer's BCF performance, the Brahms Requiem.  

At the heart of the Festival is a group of dedicated musicians who love to perform for a community that loves to hear good music.

We are your friends and neighbors, homemakers, business people, teachers, students, retirees and many others whose interest in live music brings us together into this unique organization. What we have in common is the love of performing music. We are delighted at the community support we have received.


Past Metropolitan Choral Festival Concerts:

August 24, 2013 - German Requiem - Johannes Brahms

August 23, 2014 - Stabat Mater - Antonin Dvorak

August 29, 2015 - Magnificat - J.S. Bach and Dona Nobis Pacem - R. Vaughan Williams

August 27, 2016 - The Creation - Joseph Haydn

August 26, 2017 - Elijah - Felix Mendelssohn