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Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida to be Featured at GALA Choruses Festival

Music has always been powerful in bringing people together, breaking barriers, and celebrating diversity. And what better way to showcase this than through the upcoming GALA Choruses Festival in Minneapolis, where over 200 international LGBTQ+ choruses will gather to share their voices and stories? 

The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida (GMCSF), led by Artistic Director Gabe Salazar, will be showcased this summer in Minneapolis at the GALA Choruses Festival from July 11-14The event will also include performances from their vocal ensemble, Tropical Wave, led by Assistant Conductor Anthony Cabrera. Over 100 representatives from GMCSF will meet for five days of singing, connecting, and creating wall-to-wall concerts, with workshops, social events, joy, and pride. Also scheduled are evening Blockbuster concerts that incorporate chorus performances, collaborations, new commissions, spoken word, video, and guest artists, all unified by theme. GALA Choruses Festival is the largest LGBTQ+ choral event in the world. 

What makes this year’s festival even more special is the collaboration between the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida and the Turtle Creek Chorale from Dallas. The two powerhouse choruses will combine 300 singers and perform two selections together, showcasing the strength and unity within the LGBTQ+ choral community.

So, if you find yourself in Minneapolis this July, be sure to catch the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida and their vocal ensemble Tropical Wave as they take the stage at the GALA Choruses Festival. 

Live Stream information is also available to those who can not make it to Minneapolis. Prepare to be moved, inspired, and reminded of the incredible power of music to unite us all.

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