The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) proudly presents Together, a concert to celebrate Boston Pride and BGMC’s upcoming South Africa Tour with a moving blend of Broadway classics, Hollywood hits, spirituals and pop culture crowd pleasers.
“Together reflects the reality that we’re all citizens of the world who must get to know each other better, listen to one another, learn about our differences, and share our cultural gifts with the world. We do these things through music,” said Reuben M. Reynolds, the Chorus’s music director.
“This show will blend American and South African music that reflects our countries’ respective struggles against racial oppression and injustice, pay tribute to our resilience in the face of those struggles, and celebrate love in all its forms which always trumps injustice,” he afirmed.
“As we celebrate both LGBT Pride and our South Africa Tour this June, Together showcases music’s power to inspire change, to soothe and heal the wounds of injustice and empower people to overcome oppression and adversity,” he added.
Boston Gay Men’s Chorus creates musical experiences to inspire change, build community and celebrate difference. The BGMC is one of New England’s largest and most successful community-based choruses. Founded in 1982, the 200-voice ensemble is celebrated for its outstanding musicianship, creative programming, and groundbreaking community outreach.