We’re Florida’s very 1st LGBTQ+ Arts Organization, and we are still very much needed:
Our 35th Anniversary Concert, WHY WE SING, on Saturday May 7th was a huge success!
Thank you to our friends, family and special guests Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Mayor Dean Trantalis and Deborah Kerr for making it a glorious celebration.
This March and April 2022, Florida state legislators passed the 'Parental Rights in Education' bill and it was signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis. It's known as the 'Don't Say Gay Bill' and is set to take effect on July 1, 2022. We at FTLGMC strongly oppose this new law and the targeting of LGBTQ students and families. Unfortunately, this is not the first time our community has been targeted in this state. We have stood up against this type of bullying and discrimination for 35 years. We still do so by building and bringing together communities (instead of dividing them): with Music. This is truly Why We Sing! We invite you to join us on May 7th to stand with us in support of love and inclusion. Thank you for being part of our extended family and we look forward to seeing you on May 7th.
Celebrate our 35th Year of Serving & ‘Singing Gay’ in the Broward County, South Florida community
We are thrilled to work with our founder, Dr. Gary Keating
Re-live these musical memories from our recent Fort Lauderdale GayMen’s Chorus Concerts. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see more and learn when we publish more.
Help The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus continue to thrive as the State of Florida’s first LGBTQ performing arts organization
Remembering South Florida gay news:
NOVEMBER 2021 Fort Lauderdale, Florida “Our Time with Sondheim”:
Our Fort Lauderdale GayMen’s Chorus Family (and the whole world) were devastated to learn yesterday about the death of 91 year-old and Proudly Gay Musical Genius, Stephen Sondheim.
Back in March of 2018 (pre-COVID) we performed in concert: “Our Time With Sondheim” with special Broadway Guest Stars Lisa Vroman and Martha Bartz in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, South Florida.
We sang together then to celebrate & honor the life work of this brilliant and proudly out Gay Man. (#GayMen)
CLICK Lisa Vroman’s image (below) to view our new YouTube Playlist featuring highlights from our 2018 concert:
Buzz on BroadwayWorld for “Our Time With Sondheim” | Sondheim in South Florida | #GayMen’s Chorus Concert
Divas Through the Ages – Gay Men’s Chorus of Fort Lauderdale Concert presented in part by the Community Foundation of Broward
An evening of fun and moving performances to honor the divas that all #gaymen love! FTLGMC presented performances of diva hits over the last 100 years from greats like Judy Garland, Whitney Houston, Bette Midler, Tina Turner, Liza Minnelli, Diana Ross, Idina Menzel, Patti LaBelle, Gloria Gaynor and more. Sponsored included the Broward Community Foundation, OurFund.org and SFGN (The South Florida Gay News).
If You Just Believe – Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus Concert presented in part by the South Florida Gay News (SFGN)
Ft Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus proudly presented If You Just Believe on Saturday December 7th, 2019 at 8pm. We celebrated the spirit of the holiday season and shared our gratitude and good cheer with a packed house of all sexual orientations including (of course, #gaymen)! Holiday songs included: “Believe” from the motion picture The Polar Express, “Pure Imagination” from the classic movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, “Mary Did You Know” a beautiful Christmas song from Mary’s perspective, “Light The Candle” to commemorate Hanukkah, “Feliz Navidad” and many more. In addition, as the concert was on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we honored all branches of the military, LGBTQ service members and were joined by the Military Colour Guard. We thank sponsors SFGN (The South Florida Gay News), OurFund.org and the Broward Community Foundation for their help with this #gaymen’s concert.
See more photos from the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus’ latest concerts in Broward County:
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