As you would expect, we are continuing to monitor the ongoing Coronavirus situation, with the health and wellbeing of our members at the forefront of our minds. Please note that the upcoming performances listed below are therefore subject to change. For more information on past shows, please visit our Wikipedia page. Amidst the Coronavirus lockdown, more than 80 of our members recorded their own videos in isolation, at home on their own equipment. These were then edited together to form our first virtual performance, to give thanks to all the key workers bravely keeping us safe and keeping things moving. For the third year running we returned to the Central Atrium of Liberty of London to celebrate the Christmas season on Sunday 8th December Using powerful, rousing and emotional music alongside personal testimony and story-telling, the show considered memories of the childhood home, leaving it behind you, striking out on your own, and ultimately finding or creating your own personal version of home.
London Gay Men's Chorus is a gay choir that was founded in by a group of nine gay men. The group now has around singing members and over members in total. The Chorus operates an open access policy, allowing anyone to join. New members are simply voice-tested and not auditioned when they join the group. With approximately voices, the London Gay Men's Chorus has four singing sections, bass, baritone, first tenor and second tenor. Each section is divided between upper and lower voices supported by a music support team drawn from the ranks. SemiTones are non-singing members who help support the chorus, primarily with serving refreshments during break and Front of House activities during a concert.
It was with great sadness that we heard of the passing of ex-member Alvin Chua on 3rd April as a result of coronavirus. Alvin sang tenor with Diversity Choir for six years from and is remembered as a friendly, welcoming colleague and a confident, enthusiastic singer who fully involved himself in all aspects of choir life: who could forget the marvellous food, especially curries, that he conjured up for the choir at Diversity weekends at Kench Hill? He was impressively intelligent with a Ph D from Imperial College but also impressively modest and loved the madcap nature of some of our warm-ups, chasing each other round the rehearsal room, singing out our different lines from Elizabethan madrigals: he also loved a post-rehearsal pint and chinwag afterwards. I have a very cherished memory of singing with him at St. We had planned several concerts for but obviously these have now been postponed. We all hope to get back to rehearsing together as soon as it is safe to do so, and in the meantime our members are meeting and socialising online. Toggle navigation. James Murphy — Tenor.
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