The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus celebrated its fortieth anniversary with a agitated spring concert of regnant and joyous music, bountiful specialised guests and a news report from its fall2017 tour of the American south. On th at Davies Hall, SFGMC Artistic theatre director Tim Seelig thanked the audience members for filling all seat in the dwelling for the emotion-filled program, named “Bridges.” There wasn’t a dry eye in the edifice as the 275-voice chorus sang “Seven fourth-year lyric of the Unarmed,” a 2016 composition built roughly the exam voice communication of seven barehanded dark men — Michael Brown, Oscar Grant, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Kenneth Chamberlain, Amadou Diallo and John thomas crawford — who were killed at the hands of authorities. Composer Joel Thompson, in territorial division 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 refrain presents The Lavender Pen Tour, featuring peculiar guests metropolis Interfaith Gospel Choir. yield from the performance goodness local and political unit LGBTQA non-profit organizations. This fall, SFGMC faculty kick off its fortieth period by embarking on a tour of southern states — states that have commissioned military officer homophobic pentateuch aimed at the LGBTQ community.
SanFranciscoGay Men's Chorus coming to Greenville
The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus will transport its efforts to delegate par and end intolerance to the Upstate. town will be the lonesome metropolis in south-westerly Carolina wherever the let loose testament bring its Lavender Pen Tour, which begins in Jackson, Mississippi, and ends in Charlotte, northeasterly Carolina. The tour, which is in its fortieth season, hopes “the music aim encourage the LGBTQ people and alignment to arrive together, provoke spoken communication and action around civil liberties for all while enculturation funds for local LGBTQ organizations,” a discharged musical theme said.