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San Francisco Holigays Concert Event

By Charlotte Robinson, December 20, 2019
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus is celebrating the season with their signature romp through holiday favorites new & old, along with unexpected surprises & unique interpretations. The concert features funny, outrageous & heart-warming songs from Liza Minnelli's outrageous "Ring Them Bells" to a new arrangement of SFGMC's beloved tradition of "Silent Night." It's also the 30th anniversary their December 24th performance at the historic Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street in San Francisco. CA. The only tickets available are for their 9P Holigays Are Here Performance. The concert will feature special guests Velocity Handbell Ensemble, San Francisco’s premier professional bell ensemble, & a new arrangement of SFGMC’s beloved tradition of “Silent Night.” Dr. Timothy Seelig an Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Artistic Director stated, “No one presents holidays ‘with a twist’ quite like the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus. The 275 men sing & dance & their hearts out in order to bring the holiday spirit to stages around the Bay Area. This season, it's all about bells. From the clang of the trolley to the carillon at Grace Cathedral, we are surrounded by bells, especially during the holidays. Our very special guests will be the 12-member professional Velocity Handbell Ensemble. There's nothing like the rumble of men's voices with the brilliance of bells accompanying them.” For more than 40 years, the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus has served as an international standard bearer for a powerful mix of musical excellence and mission-driven activism. Founded in 1978, SFGMC was the first choral organization to courageously proclaim its orientation in its name & is credited with helping start the LGBTQ choral movement that now spans the entire globe, galvanizing & changing the course of LGBT history.
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