Portland Lesbian Choir
The Portland Lesbian Choir (PLC) is a choir based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. The group was formed in 1986. The choir has an inclusive, “non-audition” policy that applies to “women of all ages, races, gender and sexual orientations (including straight allies), abilities, creeds, lifestyles, etc.” the only requirement is that singers must be able to match pitch in singing.
PLC’s mission is to “celebrate the diversity of the lesbian community through the power of music.” The choir performs various music, from classical to pop to Broadway. PLC has performed at various venues throughout Portland, including the Oregon Convention Center, the Keller Auditorium, and the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.
PLC is a non-profit organization. The choir’s funding comes from membership dues, ticket sales, and donations. PLC is a member of the Oregon Choral Federation and the GALA.
PLC is a vibrant and active organization that is making a difference in the lives of lesbians in Portland and beyond. The choir is a source of pride and joy for its members and a powerful force for good in the community.
Here are some additional details about PLC:
- The choir comprises approximately 50 women of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.
- PLC performs a variety of music, from classical to pop to Broadway.
- The choir performs at a variety of venues throughout Portland.
- PLC offers a variety of educational and outreach programs.
- PLC is a non-profit organization.
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