The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus has announced a host of performances and appearances during Pride month.
The famed Chorus will perform on the steps of the Brooklyn Museum June 4 and will subsequently lend their voices to the National Anthem (and more) June 9 for Cyclones Pride Night at Brooklyn's Maimonides Park. The Chorus will then head to Brooklyn Pride June 5; the free outdoor performance will take place at Fifth Avenue between Union and Ninth Street.
NYCGMC will be part of another Pride celebration, StuyTown Pride, June 16. That free concert will be performed on the StuyTown green at 6:30 PM. On June 24 at 10:30 AM, the Chorus will sing in the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion and renovation of the historic Stonewall Inn.
The Chorus will conclude their Pride activities June 26 as part of the New York City Pride March. The march kicks off at noon at 25th Street at Fifth Avenue.
“This is truly the first full-on Pride celebration that New York City has seen since before the pandemic, and we are overjoyed this year to be sharing our music and LGBTQ+ Pride all over NYC. We hope to see old friends and make lots of new connections along the way—supporting NYC’s rich diverse communities,” said Interim Executive Director John D. Carrion.