Since 1978, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus has been an integral part of the Bay Area arts community, creating extraordinary musical experiences that inspire community, activism and compassion. We’ve done that in large part from the support of our donors and supporters. And since those first concerts over thirty five years ago, we’ve continued to grow our audiences, selling out such wonderful venues as the War Memorial Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall, Masonic Auditorium and more! To continue Season 37: JOURNEY, we’re offering mini-subscriptions, giving you the best seats in the house for our upcoming shows, as well as special subscriber benefits that say thank you for continuing to make SFGMC such a fantastic and worthwhile arts organization, in the Bay Area and beyond.
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More on our upcoming concerts:
April 1 & 2, 2015 Davies Symphony Hall This Spring, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus presents “Passion,” at Davies Symphony Hall on April 1 & 2, 2015 at 8PM. “Passion” is more than a concert; it’s a celebration of life. Sharing stories of passion as only amazing music can express them, the show crosses three different centuries, with three stunning premieres, capturing the passions that define us and bring us together. Featured are the world premiere of “My Friend, My Lover: Five Walt Whitman Songs,” from Whitman’s brilliant and subversive works of the 1800’s; the world premiere of “#twitterlieder: 15 Tweets in 3 Acts,” by composer James Eakin and librettist Charles Anthony Silvestri; and the San Francisco premiere of Jake Heggie’s amazing choral opera “For A Look Or A Touch,” presented in collaboration with the San Francisco Opera and A.C.T., with guest stars Morgan Smith and Kip Niven.
Elton: The Sing-Along
June 24, 25 & 26, 2015 Nourse Theater One of the most famous journeys began when Dorothy took off along that iconic Yellow Brick Road in search of home. Decades later, the fabulous Elton John revisited that journey and composed a song that became an instant sing-along hit! Our Season 37 ends with a journey through the greatest hits penned by Sir Elton John – from the worlds of pop music, film, and Broadway. And best of all, YOU get to sing along on some of them! So dust off your bedazzled spectacles, strap on your platform shoes and grab your boa for “Rocket Man,” “Crocodile Rock,” “Your Song,” “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me” and “Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road.”