The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida is celebrating its tenth anniversary in a big way with an entertaining, ambitious and nostalgic series of programs.
Looking to spread some holiday cheer this season? Consider donating teddy bears to the 10th annual toy drive organized by the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida (GMCSF) and the Bears of South Florida (BOSF). This year’s event happens on Friday, Nov. 29 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Hunter’s Nightclub in Wilton Manors.
When the three largest local gay men’s choruses take the stage together in Lauderhill and Coral Gables next weekend they will not only be observing the 50thanniversary of one of the seminal moments in the gay rights movement, they will be making history themselves.
An attendee at the Gay Men Chorus’ 10-year anniversary brunch tested positive for the coronavirus. The event attracted around 500 people and took place at the Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort March 8.
The Original Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus offers a musical celebration of life on Sunday, March 17—a centennial musical salute to the great American composer Leonard Bernstein and a somber reflection on the legacy of Matthew Shepard 20 years after his brutal murder.
George “Skip” Panse died Wednesday of complications from the coronavirus. He was a beloved member of the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida.
With pop artist Jordin Sparks lighting the fire, the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida held its fourth consecutive Christmas concert at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, its first in the dynamic, newly opened hotel Sunday evening.