FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus Presents “How Can I Keep From Singing?”
Their 22nd annual spring concert is happening on Saturday May 20th at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church and Sunday, May 21st at Calvary United Methodist Church.
This upbeat celebration of the diversity of American music will feature everything from the glitz and glamour of George Gershwin to patriotic songs and rousing spirituals. The chorus describes it as the “feel good” concert of the year.
“This all-American program will have something for everyone,” says Dr. Jay Pierson, Artistic Director for TGMC. “We plan to put on a show filled with light-hearted singing and dancing, as well as music with an uplifting message that is sure to touch hearts.”
The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus recognizes the power of music to communicate important truths about common human conditions and the value of all people. The chorus aims to do so by spreading joy every spring season through its live concert series.
“I am really excited for folks to see this concert,” says Ken Dayton, Chorus President. “I think the songs are really going to speak to and unite people, bringing back the America we once knew and loved. Especially given state of the country right now.”
Both shows start at 3pm and will feature special guest soloist, Jacob Kato. Light refreshments will be served during intermission. The Raleigh concert will feature an American-themed raffle.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. To purchase tickets, visit tgmchorus.org and click the “Buy Now” button.
About the Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus
The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus strives to provide a venue for gay and gay-affirming individuals to develop their interests and display their singing talents. A member of the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses, their vision is to declare pride and touch lives through bringing brothers together to sing. Founded in 1995, TGMC has performed across the United States and Canada. Under the leadership of Dr. Jay Pierson, the group performs songs from a range of musical genres, such as classical, popular, a cappella, jazz, blues, gospel and music from theatre and film.
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