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Member Spotlight - Palm Spring Gay Men's Chorus

Palm Springs Gay Men's Chorus

Mission Statement

To be a chorus of gay men who, through musical excellence, community outreach and civic responsibility, are dedicated to entertaining, inspiring, and educating the culturally diverse community in which we live.

Member Spotlight - Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus

Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus

With over 180 singing members, Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus (TCGMC) and its two small ensembles, the Chamber Singers and OutLoud!, produce and present a full concert season every year. The Chorus performs its concert series at Ted Mann Concert Hall in Minneapolis and is also featured at a number of other special appearances and outreach programs (schools, churches, universities, festivals) locally, throughout the Midwest and the nation.

Member Spotlight - Diverse Harmony

Diverse Harmony

Diverse Harmony is the nation’s first queer-straight* alliance youth chorus. Based in Seattle, Washington, their 58-member chorus presents music that opens the hearts and minds of communities and provides a safe environment for youth of diverse backgrounds to share their love of music and be accepted for who they are.

Member Spotlight - Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida

The Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida

The Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida (GMCSF) started in September 2010 as the dream of a few men who wanted to sing in a chorus and make great music. That dream continues to be realized and fulfilled in ways that can only be considered extraordinary. Now in its sixth year, The GMCSF has grown to over one-hundred-and-fifty men, becoming one of the largest gay men’s choruses in the Southeastern United States. The chorus has sold out every concert, and has put into practice its commitment of "Inspiring Through Song."

Member Spotlight - Windy City Gay Chorus

Windy City Gay Chorus and Windy City Treble Quire

Windy City Gay Chorus and Windy City Treble Quire celebrate diversity, honor creativity, and cultivate pride through the transformative power of music and the arts.

Artistry and Outreach:

WCGC and WCTQ perform a variety of musical styles from classical to pop. We pride ourselves on musical excellence regardless of the style of music. The choruses have a history of performing major choral works including special commissioned pieces.

Creating Choirs That Welcome Trans Singers

Type: PDF
Author: GALA
Year of Publishing: 2016
Keywords: trans, singers, trans-gender

Member Spotlight - Calliope Womens Chorus

Calliope Women's Chorus

Calliope Women's Chorus is a feminist chorus dedicated to promoting social change through song. Since 1976, we've been producing concerts and performing for public events to bring quality social justice-themed music to our community. Calliope members are lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual. We welcome women to join us in singing with excellence and pride. Our concert themes and programming promote social change through increasing awareness about the subject of each concert and “keeping hope alive” for the people who work for change.