Big Gay Sing 2015?…not this year
To you all you devotees of the fabulous and fun Big Gay Sing, our apologies. Due to a last minute issue with venues, we regret to say that the Big Gay Sing has had to take the year off. But please don’t despair! We plan to be back with the Big Gay Sing in 2016 so please sign up for announcements about that, and our busy program of events in our upcoming 35th Season.
Sing with the VMC
After a fabulous run of sold out performances of our Spring 2015 MEN shows this June, who wouldn’t want to get up on stage and sing with the VMC?
Join us for open rehearsals on September 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 7.30pm (aim to arrive 15 minutes early), as we sail boldly onwards into Season 35, and start preparations for our ever popular MSB shows this December. Season 35 also boasts road trips to Victoria and Denver, plus performances with Elektra and Chor Leoni, not to mention a spring 2016 season of shows called “Road Trip”, all culminating with the Pride 2016 parade.
Rehearsing and performing is such a lot of fun. New friendships are made, and new talents uncovered. Your social life won’t know what hit it!
Check out our videos below for a little more insight.
Vancouver Academy of Music 1270 Chestnut Street Vancouver BC (click here for map)
For more information about joining the VMC, click here.
Making Spirit Bright 2015: Feast
Dec 4, 5, 10,11 – evenings @8pm, and Dec 6 & 12 – matinees @3pm, at St Paul’s Anglican Church
SIGN UP for exclusive ticket release announcements. General Admission from Nov 1, 2015.
Feast implies a large social event, with an abundance of food. A feast is a meal with a plenteous supply of food and drink for a large company. Food has been used since time immemorial as a social lubricant, bringing large groups of people together and giving them something tangible to focus on as they mingle. Many holidays throughout the year are celebrated with a feast and December has a high concentration. Christmas is famous for indulging, and even overindulging in food and drink, as is Solstice, especially Saturnalia, the ancient Roman Solstice festival. Yule was another pagan feast in December, and even Hannukkah’s celebration of light is enjoyed with the eating of oil based foods like doughnuts and latkes.
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Stay Connected to the VMC
We have a fabulous series of performances lined up for 2015 (see below), and would love to keep you posted, particularly as tickets become available. With advertising in the press, via email and social media, posters and keeper cards, and word of mouth, our goal is to make sure you don’t miss out. If you weren’t able to buy tickets for the last run of performances, please take a moment to SIGN UP for future ticket release announcements.
VMC in the Community
The Vancouver Men’s Chorus engages with the community through regular events, and by invitation. All invitations are gratefully received and presented to our Concert Planning Committee (CPC) for review. Click here for more details….