Our Movement

Our choral movement serves as a means of expression, community building, and advocacy for LGBTQ+ rights. The movement began in the 1970s by forming various women’s and gay men’s choruses in cities across the United States. Particularly the women’s choral movement brought lesbians and straight women together, providing a space to sing, perform, and express themselves. It was part of a larger movement for women’s rights and empowerment. Since then, the movement has expanded to include bisexual, transgender, and queer people and has grown to include choral groups in many countries worldwide.

Our choruses perform diverse musical genres, including classical, pop, and original compositions. We often use our performances to address social and political issues of importance to the LGBTQ+ community.

Our musical movement has played a significant role in shaping the cultural landscape for the LGBTQ+ community.

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