Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus
Remember your friends, family and loved ones with our annual holiday tradition. Ted Mann Concert Hall comes to life as the men of the Chorus decorate the stage and lobby with some of the most beautiful poinsettias you will ever see. This joyous holiday atmosphere happens thanks to many of you. At $20 each, the Chorus sells these special poinsettia plants in the name of or in honor of a friend, family or loved one. Order by noon, December 10, 2014!
UPDATE, NOV 16, 2014: Thank you for supporting the Chorus for the 6th annual Give to the Max Day! Your donations help us further our mission of gay men building community through music!
As we all know, the generosity of giving on “Give to the Max Day” is sometimes greater than the technology that manages it. And this happened again with this year’s event on November 13. As a result, it took us awhile to get all of our reporting.
So now we can really thank you by saying because of you, the Chorus raised a total of $14,931 on “Give to the Max Day.” $2,000 of this was a Golden Ticket that we won from GiveMN.org during the 10pm hour.
Your support is amazing. Thanks to the Max from Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus!
TCGMC announces its 34th season of entertainment coming out for! The Chorus will open its season on December 12-14, 2014 with its annual holiday concert, Joyful and Triumphant, which will feature guest artists the Copper Street Brass Quintet. The Chorus will welcome the return of spring with Here Comes the Sun: The Music of The Beatles on March 27-28, 2015. Here Comes the Sun features new arrangements for men’s choruses and will celebrate the timelessness and relevance of The Beatles’ music for all generations. And finally, to celebrate Pride and close the season, the Chorus will present Popular: A Broadway Cabaret on June 19-20, 2015.
Season subscriptions and single tickets are available now! Call the U of M Box Office at 612-624-2345 or the Chorus Office at 612-339-7664 for pricing and details. Or you can order online right now.
We asked our Chorus members to share their stories. Stories of coming out. Stories of acceptance. Stories of realization – that moment when they knew that life indeed was going to get better. For many of our Chorus members, it was joining the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus that made the difference. Learn more about Our Amazing Stories!
November 3, 2010: On October 26, 2010, we gathered at our regular Tuesday evening rehearsal at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church in Minneapolis to record a message of hope for our younger brothers and sisters.
This video has been included as part of the “It Gets Better” Project. Read our complete message and watch our video here.
with The Copper Street Brass Quintet
December 12-14, 2014
The Music of the Beatles
March 27-28, 2015
A Broadway Cabaret
June 19-20, 2015