Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus
Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the wonder of the season with our holiday concert Star of Wonder featuring special guest Matt Alber! Order tickets online for performances on December 13 and 14 at 8pm and December 15 at 2pm.
JUST ANNOUNCED: Our concerts at Ted Mann Concert Hall will be a drop-off site for “Toys for Tots!” Bring an unwrapped toy with you to the concert and drop it off at the official “Toys for Tots” table in our lobby. After our Sunday matinee performance, members of the Chorus will collect and deliver all donated toys to KARE-11′s studios in Golden Valley.
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Sunday, August 25: “Growing up in Brainerd, Linda Eder worshipped fellow northern Minnesotan Judy Garland and became a big-voiced Broadway ballad belter who went from “Star Search” winner (the precursor to “American Idol”) to being the muse and wife of musical theater composer Frank Wildhorn. She found her greatest success in the 1997 Broadway production of his “Jekyll & Hyde” and has gone on to originate roles in many of his works. Eder returns to her home state to perform a concert of show tunes and pop fare with the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus, which pulled an all-nighter Aug. 1, serenading the first gay and lesbian couples to marry in Minnesota.” - Rob Hubbard, Pioneer Press/TwinCities.com – “Twin Cities Best Entertainment Bets for the Weekend of Aug. 23-29″
Last night, the men of Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus performed on stage with Linda Eder, the elegant Minnesota vocalist who went from a stunning debut on “Star Search” to sing at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. Eder is one of the most popular interpreters of theatrical songs to emerge in the 90s, showcasing precise intonation and a soaring voice which brings to life a repertoire of pop hits and showtunes.
The audience was filled with fans of Ms. Eder (and a few vocal fans of our own!) for an evening of wonderful entertainment that featured a trip down memory lane for Ms. Eder. Highlights included Vienna, The Mad Hatter, Man of LaMancha and a show-stopping performance of Don’t Cry For Me Argentina.
The Chorus would like to thank Ms. Eder for her generosity, graciousness and friendship. We really enjoyed working with her at her Master Class and the opportunity to sing with her was a once in a lifetime experience!
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.
Announcing Our 33rd Season!
with Grammy Award-winning special guest Matt Alber
December 13-15, 2013
with special guests including the Minnesota Boychoir
March 28-29, 2014
hosted by special guest Miss Richfield 1981
June 20-21, 2014