Spring Affair gala and performances of Genderosity have been postponed
After continued discussions and new recommendations from the DC Mayor's office and DC Health Department about mass gatherings, the upcoming performances of Genderosity and our Spring Affair gala have been postponed.
Our first priority must always be the health, safety, and well-being of our GMCW family. We appreciate your flexibility in these challenging times as we navigate the ongoing information we are receiving from the government.
If you currently have tickets for Genderosity, your tickets will be honored for the new dates if and when they are announced. If we are ultimately unable to perform the concert, instructions will be sent to all current ticket holders. We are currently working on rescheduling our Spring Affair gala. If you have tickets for Spring Affair, your tickets will be honored for the new date and we will communicate with you once we have details confirmed.
Please continue to heed the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local and state public health authorities, and your primary care physician on how to keep yourself healthy.
If you have any questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that the GMCW staff is working remotely at this time. We ask for your patience if we do not get back to you right away, as this has been a rapidly developing situation.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. We are grateful for your ongoing support and hope to see you soon.
We sing to inspire equality and inclusion with musical performances and education promoting justice and dignity for all.
"Fabulously fun" - Broadway World
"Five Stars" - DC Metro Theater Arts
"One of the world's best" - The Washington Post
"The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington is a local artistic and cultural icon" - Metro Weekly
Every time a human is made to feel demoralized, a little piece of the fabric that is our nation is shred apart. –Brené Brown
White supremacist rallies…transgender service members banned from the military…queer youth bullying and suicide…Hatred is at the surface of our country in an abundance that we have not seen in some time. As individuals, it can often feel there’s nothing we can do to counter such hatred and intolerance. But in these divided times, we simply cannot be silent. We can raise our collective voice in song to encourage and promote equality, dignity, and justice for all people. Together we can sing to extinguish the hate that is shredding the fabric of our country, and together we can make America beautiful—and GAY—again.