Reviews of Quiet No More performance in June 2019

CVNC.org: Quiet No More – The LGBTQ+ Community Sings Out Magnificently by Ken Hoover

Quiet No More! A Choral Celebration of Stonewall is a suite of eight choral pieces by six different composers recalling the events of June 1969 around the popular gay nightclub at the Stonewall Inn in New York. It was not the beginning of LGBTQ+ assertion but was a major stimulus for claiming dignity, respect, and justice for all.

This concert, which filled every seat at the Carolina Theatre in Durham, opened with five selections sung by the Triangle Gay Men's Chorus, co-led and accompanied by Lennie Collins and Jeff Whicker. They began with "I Sing the Body Electric" from the motion picture Fame, by Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford, arranged by Kathleen McGuire. Accompanied by the pit band of sorts, made up of piano, electric bass, guitar, two violins, two violas, tenor saxophone doubling on clarinet, and drums, the popular song was a boisterous expression of self-confidence....

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