Vancouver Men’s Chorus perfroms Seasonal Songs, Campy Collections and Audience Favorites on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the First Metropolitan United Church 932 Balmoral Rd. (Submitted photo)

Gay chorus brings Seasonal songs, campy collections and audience favourites to Victoria

Vancouver Men’s Chorus performs Nov. 18 at the First Metropolitan United Church

The Vancouver Men’s Chorus is Canada’s first gay chorus and one of Canada’s premier singing ensembles. Now celebrating their 36th concert season, the chorus is returning to Victoria for a full evening of fabulous choral music Saturday.

The VMC has carved out a unique place for itself in Vancouver’s diverse gay community, on the national music scene, and internationally as part of the larger lesbian and gay choral movement. The chorus returns to Victoria 95 voices strong, after too long away! The Vancouver Men’s Chorus is exciting, dynamic, fun, energetic and musically diverse. They combine the best of serious choral discipline with the high energy fun of a show choir. This is their only complete show on the island this season, so don’t miss out.

Vancouver Men’s Chorus performs Seasonal Songs, Campy Collections and Audience Favorites on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the First Metropolitan United Church 932 Balmoral Rd.

Tickets: $25 Available On-Line: bit.ly/VMCinVictoria as well as Ivy’s Bookshop in Oak Bay and Long & McQuade Victoria. Learn more on the event Facebook page.


 

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