Rochester Gay Men's Chorus

Rochester Gay Men's Chorus

The Rochester Gay Men’s Chorus came to life in November of 1982 when five friends decided to pursue a dream: Using music to create an acceptance of social diversity and to use the harmony of voice to create a harmony of the spirit.

Over three decades since its creation, the chorus has grown to almost fifty voices raised in song, entertaining thousands over the years with unique musical talent while living its vision statement. Under the direction of Wilson Southerland, the chorus presents a concert series each year, as well as performing out in the community throughout the greater Rochester area.

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Wilson Southerland, Director of Rochester Gay Men's Chorus
Our Director, Wilson Southerland

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The Rochester Gay Men's Chorus rehearses Thursdays at 7pm from September to June. Visit us at our new home in the Out Alliance Community Center at 100 College Avenue in Rochester.