A Pride Celebrationpridemenschorus.ca
Pride Celebration Chorus debuted last year for Pride London Festival 2018. Comprised of members of Pride Men’s Chorus London and interested singers of all genders who wanted to be a part of the celebration of Pride, PCC was a resounding success. The choir returns this year for the Pride London 2019 festivities, with around 80 participants.
The concert will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots by providing the audience with a vast array of songs of celebration. Songs which inspire the LGBTQ community and our allies, songs that define the history of the movement, songs that celebrate the world around us, and songs that we like to sing simply because they lift our spirits.
The concert will be presented twice: Thursday, July 25 and Friday, July 26. You won’t want to miss this exciting and inspirational musical experience.
Pride Men's Chorus Londonpridemenschorus.com/
The chorus was founded by Rod Culham and Clark Bryan, who serve as co-directors. Approximately 40 men sing in the chorus, and we welcome men with all levels of musical knowledge to join us.
Pride Men’s Chorus London is part of a movement of LGBTQ2 Choirs in the world. In 1978 San Francisco’s Gay Men’s Chorus made an unexpected debut after the assassinations of Harvey Milk and George Moscone. Pride Men’s Chorus London made its unexpected debut at the Vigil for The Orlando Massacre hosted at Aeolian Hall on June 14, 2016. In the global arena of eroding human rights and particularly the rights of the LGBTQ2 community, we sing to enlighten and help those with closed minds and hearts to open up and celebrate diversity and love.