San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Returns to Fresno

Gay Central Valley and the Bulldog Pride Fund have partnered together to present the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) on Sun. April 10th at Fresno State’s Satellite Student Union at 2:30 p.m.

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The SFGMC is the world’s first openly gay-identified choral organization, and today is the world’s largest. It is widely known affectionately as the “grandfather” of the LGBT choral movement. It held its first rehearsal on October 30, 1978. Its first public performance took place a month later on November 27th at an impromptu memorial at San Francisco City Hall for Mayor George Moscone and openly-gay Supervisor Harvey Milk, both of whom had been assassinated by former Supervisor Dan White earlier that day.

Today, the SFGMC performs under the baton of newly appointed Artistic Director, Dr. Timothy Seelig. Enjoy a two-hour concert by more than 150 members of the SFGMC! Tap-your-toe and hum-a-long to Broadway show tunes and favorite standard classics!

Advance tickets are priced at $10 students, $20 general and $40 VIP. Day of show tickets are priced at $15 students, $25 general and $45 VIP. Purchase advance tickets online at www.gaycentralvalley.com or www.bulldogpride.org.


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