GALA 411 Success
GALA 411 Success
GALA 411 Success
Moving the Needle with Love
Moving the Needle with Love
Moving the Needle with Love
Pacific Pride Choir to Tour Berlin, Krakow, and Warsaw in July
Pacific Pride Choir to Tour Berlin, Krakow, and Warsaw in July
Pacific Pride Choir to Tour Berlin, Krakow, and Warsaw in July
Dispatches from the Road
Dispatches from the Road
Dispatches from the Road
OurSong, After the Tour
OurSong, After the Tour
OurSong, After the Tour
OurSong, During the Tour
OurSong, During the Tour
OurSong, During the Tour
OurSong, Before the Tour
OurSong, Before the Tour
OurSong, Before the Tour

A Concert in Beijing

Posted on: August 2nd, 2013 by Eric Lane Barnes GALA Articles No Comments

Last night was the silent auction and concert for Beijing’s gay choir The Shining Jazzy Chorus. The event was packed. We did four songs, with Chinese introduction and English translations between a few of them. I spoke before the ‘Thank You Song,’ which is the song I wrote to honor the perk for donors above […]


Read More

Olympians Respond to Upcoming Games in Russia

Posted on: July 29th, 2013 by GALA Communications LGBTQ News Briefs No Comments

With the recent violations of LGBTQ rights in Russia leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, what does it mean to be an athlete preparing to compete in a country that is not safe for you? ESPN reporter Johnette Howard investigates. Read More


Read More

Voice Tips 101

Posted on: July 26th, 2013 by Jane Ramseyer Miller GALA Articles No Comments

Once a month GALA Choruses is offering tips on vocalization and singing for our chorus members. If you have tips to share or vocal questions that you would like addressed just shoot me an email.  This first tip comes from veteran conductor and clinician, Dr. Stan Hill.         – Jane Ramseyer Miller, […]


Read More

Singing for Your Health

Posted on: July 22nd, 2013 by GALA Communications LGBTQ News Briefs No Comments

A new study suggests that choirs actually synchronize their heart rates while singing, possibly having beneficial health effects. BBC science reporter Rebecca Morelle covers this Swedish study in a recent article. Read More


Read More

GALA History – GALAGram February 1992

Posted on: July 19th, 2013 by Joel C. Davis GALA Articles 3 Comments

Obviously time went backwards between NOV, 1990 and FEB, 1992 because the former issue of the GALAgram is numbered VOL V, NUM 4 and this latter issue is numbered VOL V, NUM 1.  I haven’t a clue as to the numbering scheme.  I’m also not sure if indeed there were any issues of the GALAgram […]


Read More

Why Gay Folks Should Care About Trayvon Martin’s Case

Posted on: July 15th, 2013 by GALA Communications LGBTQ News Briefs No Comments

In light of the acquittal of George Zimmerman this weekend, Huffington Post contributor Zach Stafford offers this thoughtful article for LGBTQ readers. Read More


Read More

To Be a Chorus Leader

Posted on: July 12th, 2013 by Teddy Basham-Witherington GALA Articles No Comments

What will your Chorus Board look like, come Labor Day? At times, it seems that we require a little too much of the average Chorus Board Member; the courage of Rosa Parks, the wisdom of Solomon, the agility of Nadia Comaneci, and the foresight of Nostradamus. The reality is that your Chorus Board will comprise […]


Read More

Page 17 of 19« First...10...1516171819