Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus: “Quiet No More – A Choral Celebration of Stonewall” at The Annenberg Theater in Palm Springs
The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus (PSGMC) continues to “Build a Chorus Like No Other” after recruiting over 15 new members from its recent auditions bringing the total of singing members to 110. The PSGMC is excited to announce its 2018-19 season of shows that will appeal to a wide spectrum of audiences. Season tickets are now available at www.PSGMC.com and are strongly suggested as it ensures the best seats, it’s the most economical and the shows are expected to sell out. Discounted group tickets of 10 or more are available by emailing email@example.com.
PSGMC’s shows will be performed at the Palm Springs Art Museum Annenberg Theater, the home of the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus. This remarkable venue recently went through a major renovation including state-of-the-art sound and lighting.
“PSGMC, the official Gay Chorus of the City of Palm Springs is a family that not only join together in excellent musicianship, but the audience is taken through a world of emotions. We sing songs of joy and peace. We sing songs of love, hope and compassion. We sometimes sing songs of anger and ask for a change. We aim for excellence and a wonderful “show” experience for our audiences,” remarked Douglas Wilson, Artistic Director, PSGMC.
“Quiet No More – A Choral Celebration of Stonewall”
Palm Springs Art Museum Annenberg Theater
101 Museum Way, Palm Springs
April 26 at 8:00 p.m.
April 27 at 8:00 p.m.
April 28 at 3:00 p.m.
June 2019 will mark the 50th Anniversary of The Stonewall Uprising. PSGMC has joined with 20 choruses throughout the United States to commemorate this pivotal point in the LGBT movement by commissioning a major choral work to tell the story of the men and women who banded together for a common cause.
In addition to this commissioned work, PSGMC will perform songs, which have inspired people to work for equality and freedom for all. “Quiet No More” will celebrate the bravery of suffragettes, the dedication of blue and grey collar workers. The work of Harriet Tubman, an abolitionist and political activist, who freed slaves through the Underground Railroad and the peaceful protests of Martin Luther King, Jr. Songs of joy and humor will describe the perseverance of the many men and women who continue to advocate for the full acceptance of LGBT people in society.
The mission of the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus is to be a chorus of gay men who, through musical excellence, community outreach and civic responsibility, are dedicated to entertaining, inspiring, and educating the culturally diverse community in which we live.
To purchase PSGMC season tickets and for best seating selections visit www.PSGMC.com.
For more information on a variety of ways to support or join the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus, visit www.PSGMC.com. Press inquiries should be directed to Jeff Hocker, Hocker Productions at 760-409-1530 or firstname.lastname@example.org.