June 2017.Thirteen Singers in our NYC hotel: the Wellington!

FMGMC

is a group of LGBTQA+ men who love to sing and want to share their talents with the broader community. We provide our members with an atmosphere of integrity, honesty and mutual respect.

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We sing a wide variety of classical and popular music with excellence and build bridges to all people by providing a positive, affirming image of the gay and lesbian community. Our chorus provides a safe and inclusive space where singers can grow through performance and social interaction while campaigning unceasingly for equality and justice for the LGBTQA+ community and forging alliances to make our voices heard.

Our purpose is to use music to change the general public's image and attitudes toward the gay community, to provide high quality choral performances, and to make the world a better place.

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"I Heard the Bells" was a smashing success!

Thanks to all who joined us at Sanctuary Events Center for a rousing performance!

In support of the Tyler Clementi Foundation and in conjunction with chorusters from across the nation, FMGMC proudly represented the State of North Dakota and the Fargo-Moorhead Area in New York City for the DCINY performance, A Portrait of Healing, at Lincoln Center under the direction of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus maestro, Tim Seelig. Our time in NYC in June, 2017 was incredible!

The Chorus brought 14 singers and 2 non-singing VIPs to travel to NY, perform in David Geffen Hall, and attend 4 days of pre-performance workshops with Maestro Seelig and Stephen Schwartz, composer in residence at Lincoln Center and collaborator on Tyler's Suite. Schwartz is the award-winning composer of the hit Broadway musical, Wicked, and others!

Thank you for any contributions you have made!

After our Performance, in front of David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City