Singing Out: Loud & Proud
a Joint Pride Concert Featuring
The Triangle Gay Men's Chorus & The Triad Pride Men's Chorus
Saturday, September 27th 8pm
Johnson Hall at
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1737 Hillandale Rd, Durham NC
Tickets: $10 in advance online
$10 children and students with ID
$15 at the door
The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus tells the story of the gay pride flag through song in its presentation “It’s More Than a Flag.”
All Tickets $10 in advance through our web site.
At the door $15 for adults and $10 for children/students.
Saturday, April 26th, 7pm
Pilgrim United Church of Christ
3011 Academy Street, Durham
Sunday, May 4th, 3pm
Pullen Memorial Baptist Church
1801 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh
Described by an admiring concertgoer as the “the Triangle’s best kept secret,” The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus, led by Artistic Director Philip Mullinax, will be making its home in Raleigh starting August 6, 2013. After a long, fruitful collaboration with the Durham Arts Council, the Chorus will be hosted by Pullen Memorial Baptist Church. The move is designed to put TGMC closer to the heart of the Triangle’s actively-growing arts scene.
In anticipation of its upcoming 2013-14 season, the Chorus invites male singers to join their organization. In addition to its regular Holiday concert (“It’s a Colorful Life”), TGMC plans a joint performance this December with the Durham Symphony Orchestra, led by Maestro William Henry Curry. (Maestro Curry is also Associate Conductor of the North Carolina Symphony.)
Buoyed by the successful completion of this past season, the Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus is eager to get to work on its future musical offerings not just in Raleigh, but throughout the Triangle.
Don’t forget! Rehearsals for the 2013-14 season begin at 7pm, Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, 1801 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh.
Founded in 1995, The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus (TGMC) is a non-profit performing arts organization which seeks to offer quality men’s choral music that is both entertaining and thought provoking. We recognize and celebrate the power of music to communicate important truths about the human condition and the value of all people. We are affiliated with the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses (GALA), which provides support for more than 120 member choruses and 7,500 singers in North America, Europe, and Australia.