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Sue Coffee Biography

Sue Coffee

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Sue Coffee is the founding Artistic Director of Resonance, the 100-voice Women's Chorus of Boulder, which made its debut in 2003, and Sound Circle, a women's a cappella ensemble, currently celebrating its 10th Anniversary season. She directed the Denver Gay Men's Chorus from 1999 to 2005. Sue received a Legacy Award from the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses at the 2004 GALA Festival in Montreal, in recognition of her contributions to the gay and lesbian choral movement. She has served GALA Choruses on the Board of Directors and numerous advisory committees and has presented workshops at GALA Choruses events on topics including long-range artistic planning, mission and relevance, and musical excellence. She directed the women's chorus at the first Singers' Weekend in Toronto in 1997 and co-organized the Voices of Women concert at the 2004 Montreal Festival.

With Sound Circle and the Denver Gay Men's Chorus, she has performed and collaborated with other GALA member choruses across the country; her ensembles are known for their supportive collaboration with composers, performers, and other organizations locally. In Colorado, Sue has received an AHAB/Neodata Artist Fellowship, a PFLAG Community Service Award, and the 2004 Daily Camera Pacesetter Award for Arts and Entertainment.

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Resonance Women's Chorus

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