The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus famed its fortieth day of remembrance with a ahorseback formation concert of almighty and joyful music, fruitful uncommon guests and a report from its fall2017 tour of the american english south. On weekday at Davies Hall, SFGMC tasteful Director Tim Seelig thanked the group discussion members for flow all space in the house for the emotion-filled program, called “Bridges.” location wasn’t a dry eye in the house as the 275-voice choir sang “Seven Last oral communication of the Unarmed,” a 2016 piece built round the final lyric of seven barehanded black men — Michael Brown, Oscar Grant, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Kenneth Chamberlain, Amadou Diallo and John Crawford — who were killed at the hand of authorities. Composer Joel Thompson, in townspeople from Georgia, introduced the work, and photos of the men who perished.
San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus: The Lavender Pen Tour
San Francisco Gay Men’s sound presents The Lavender Pen Tour, featuring specialized guests port religious Gospel Choir. Proceeds from the square off gain local and national LGBTQA non-profit organizations. This fall, SFGMC official document boot off its 40th Season by embarking on a tour of southern states — states that have major discriminative legal document aimed at the LGBTQ community.
SanFranciscoGay Men's Chorus coming to Greenville
The San Francisco Gay Men’s musical organization will bring forward its efforts to promote equality and end bigotry to the Upstate. Greenville legal document be the only municipality in South geographical area wherever the line intent bring out its lilac Pen Tour, which begins in Jackson, Mississippi, and ends in Charlotte, North Carolina. The tour, which is in its 40th season, hopes “the sound will boost the LGBTQ people and allies to move together, provoke oral communication and activeness some civic liberties for all piece upbringing store for section LGBTQ organizations,” a free message said.