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We've been building community through music since our first performance on May 15, Under the leadership of our new Artistic Director Dr. In addition to our regular season of concert performances at Ted Mann Concert Hall, the Chorus is performing in locations to bring solace and support to any community that finds itself marginalized in this current social climate.
To donate, visit boisechoruses. Summer presents a phenomenal opportunity for us — to join voices with our brother and sister organizations from across the nation in Minneapolis at GALA Festival More than 6, diverse singers representing organizations are expected to converge on downtown Minneapolis Julyfor GALA We are thrilled and humbled to represent Boise, to merge our voices with thousands of others in common purpose.
Paul, Minnesota. The all-male chorus sings a variety of songs arranged for TTBBranging from Broadway show tunes to Latin motets to original compositions specially commissioned by the Chorus or written by its members. With volunteer singing members, the Chorus produces and presents a full concert season every year and is also featured at a number of other special appearances and outreach programs locally, throughout the Midwest and the nation.
And there was much to celebrate. Marriage equality has become legal in Minnesota and the Supreme Court has expanded marriage rights nationally. But a celebration of this magnitude deserved a better overall performance than the chorus delivered.
Executive Director Jeff Heine is leaving after 10 years leading this highly respected chorus. Interim leadership has been selected for the start of the 39th season. Based in the artistically rich Minneapolis-St.
Need admin access? Throughout our year history, the goals of the Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus have been three-fold: 1 to achieve a high level of musical integrity; 2 to give voice and visibility to a cultural minority; and 3 to confront homophobia and intolerance and affect positive social change. Homophobia remains a pervasive problem in our society, despite the gains made in social acceptance and equal rights.
Aided by a fabulous narrator, we will present classic songs along with brand new selections that will leave you feeling full of holiday cheer. Come and see why our holiday show consistently sells out and be ready for a night of wonderful entertainment! December 8, PM. Featuring full chorus selections as well as soloists from the HGMC, there will be something for everyone as we take you through some of our favorite songs.