The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (or SFGMC) was the world’s first openly gay-identified choral organization. The SFGMC made its official debut on December 20, 1978, though it first appeared informally singing a memorial hymn on the steps of the San Francisco City Hall in late November 1978, the evening Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk were assassinated.
By 1982, choruses were established in many major cities across the US and the LGBT choral movement began to… read more
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