The Green Solution(TGS) will honor the LGBTQ+ community by sponsoring the Denver Women's Chorus and Rocky Mountain Arts Association as they celebrate Pride Month with two virtual concerts, titled "Love Still Wins," at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 21.

TGS will donate $1,000 to the Denver Women’s Chorus and Rocky Mountain Arts Association as a sponsorship of the virtual performances. In addition to the sponsorship, TGS will match all donations to the organization made from the TGS website up to $2,500.

The concert will act as a celebration of love and a recognition of the Supreme Court decision that legalized marriage for same-sex couples in all 50 states. The virtual performances will take place on Facebook Live via the Denver Women's Chorus Facebook page here,https://www.facebook.com/events/267663897811095/, as well as the TGSFacebookpage.

The Denver Women's Chorus had planned to present #LoveWins this May. The concert was a celebration of the right to love who we love and a recognition of the Supreme Court decision that legalized marriage for same-sex couples in all 50 states. And then the novel coronavirus changed everything. Still, we didn't want to end our season without music, without connecting with our community, without celebrating Pride.

As a community of LGBTQ+ people and dedicated allies, we know we owe our rights to those who struggled to win them. In the words of Ella Josephine Baker, "We who believe in freedom cannot rest." And so we won’t. Though we cannot sing together, or join with you in concert halls, we honor Pride this year with songs from our recent and distant past and we invite you to join us in the celebration and in the struggle.

Join The Denver Women's Chorus for Love Still Wins Sunday, June 21 at 4pm and an encore showing at 7:30. Denver’s premiere multigenerational treble chorus celebrates Pride with songs from recent and distant past performances featuring music by LGBTQ artists and composers including Holly Near, Brandi Carlile, Melissa Etheridge and more!

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