A fun-filled, sidesplitting and dazzlingly glamorous sing-along! Celebrating the divas of today and yesteryear, the female and genderqueer artists we’ve looked up to our whole lives, the show abounds with glorious singers who gave our dreams wings. Think karaoke with glitter, feathers and fabulous singing, as the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus divas come into their own onstage.
New York City Gay Men’s Chorus
The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus (NYCGMC) is a pioneering voice for LGBTQ communities in New York City, the U.S. and internationally; through music, we are fearless champions for LGBTQ rights and social justice. Founded in 1979, NYCGMC is comprised of more than 275 talented singers of various ages, backgrounds and experiences, across a spectrum of gender identity and sexual orientation. We present 3 mainstage shows and over 40 outreach activities across all five boroughs and beyond annually. Our school programs reach over 2,000 NYC public middle-school students and other outreach activities include performances at LGBTQ teen homeless shelters, at SAGE for LGBTQ elders and at corporate and public pride celebrations. Television appearances including Good Morning America, The Tonight Show and Last Week Tonight have provided a national platform for our mission. Through technical assistance and joint concerts, we support development of LGBTQ choruses in the U.S. and internationally.
In addition, NYCGMC is a pioneer of choral music, commissioning over 75 new works during its history and has appeared on television, in films and on Broadway. New works have included collaborations with and commissions from over 50 composers, including Leonard Bernstein, Ann Hampton Callaway, Joseph Jennings, Stephen Sondheim, James Adler, David Hurd, Conrad Susa and many more. Performances across the United States have included appearances in more than a dozen states and internationally in London, Dublin, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Koln, Berlin, Munich, Barcelona, Montreal, Paris and throughout the Caribbean. NYCGMC has appeared in all of the iconic NYC performance sites, including Brooklyn Academy of Music, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden and the Apollo Theater.
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