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San Diego Women's Chorus
Through musical expression, the San Diego Women's Chorus encourages women's creativity, celebrates diversity and inspires social action. A sisterhood of musicians that brings together the diversity of the LGBTQ and straight-ally communities, SDWC believes in the power of music and the power of women to create positive change in individual lives as well as communities at large.
Artistry and Outreach:
In 2014, SDWC formed a collaborative partnership with the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation, a local community organization that funds programs promoting equal treatment, tolerance, and human dignity. Combining SDHDFâ€™s financial resources with SDWCâ€™s musical talent, they produced "Songs of Protest, Songs of Peace", with special guests the Indigo Girls. The concert nearly sold-out a 1,400-seat venue and raised funds (and visibility) for SDWC, as well as SDHDF's Lesbian Health Initiative. The two organizations partnered again for "Broadway, Our Way, with special guest Frenchie Davis in May 2015 and have another event in the works for Spring 2016.
"These women speak their truth and show up for themselves, each other, and their community. They take a stand for equality and justice, and make beautiful, empowering music. There are far too few places for women's voices to shine so brightly." - Claire Beaumont, singer
Mano A Mano
Mano a Mano is one of Cuba's hottest new vocal groups.
Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus
In its 35th year, the mission of TCGMC is "gay men building community through music."
Based in Seattle, Diverse Harmony is the nationâ€™s first queer-straight* alliance youth chorus.
Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida
GMCSF started in 2010 as the dream of a few men who wanted to sing.