April 7-8, 2017
Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus will perform Hand in Hand with our brothers in song, Kansas City's Heartland Men's Chorus.
This unique exchange will feature the area premiere of Tyler's Suite, a nine-piece choral movement with violin dedicated to the memory of Tyler Clementi, a talented young musician who committed suicide after being bullied by his roommate during his first weeks of college. Many of today's top composers contributed to the piece including Ann Hampton Callaway, John Corigliano, Stephen Flaherty (Ragtime), and Stephen Schwartz (Testimony, Wicked) with libretto written by Pamela Stewart.
"The story of Tyler Clementi, the story of the loss of one young man who clearly had so much to offer the world and those who loved and would come to love him, reminds us that every life lost because of bullying and bigotry is a specific individual tragedy. This is why I, and this group of gifted collaborators who have joined me, feel privileged to bring our time, energy and talents to the creation of Tyler's Suite." -Stephen Schwartz
After the success of Here Comes the Sun, Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus will celebrate 50 years since the Summer of Love with new arrangements of more great songs by The Beatles. No band in history has singularly transformed popular music like The Fab Four. All You Need is Love will celebrate the timelessness of their music for all generations.
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Season Pricing maps: Ted Mann Concert Hall
Previously this season:
with special guests Copper Street Brass Quintet back by popular demand!
It's that most wonderful time of the year when we ooh and aah over the twinkling lights and festive decorations that bring out the holiday cheer in all of us. TCGMC and Copper Street Brass Quintet will perform your favorite holiday tunes against a backdrop of your favorite TV variety show holiday specials featuring surprise cameos, a cavalcade of stars, special guests, and more!
Information and details about TCGMC’s 36th season subject to change.