Upcoming Outreach Performances
Monday, December 24
Caroling at National Institutes of Health
The Chorus will once again sing carols and spread holiday cheer to the patients and staff at the National Institutes of Health. Please note this event is not open to the public.
Saturday, January 12 at 8pm
Blackrock Center for the Arts
Potomac Fever and Rock Creek Singers will do a combined concert at Blackrock Center for the Arts in Germantown, MD. Prior to the concert, starting at 6pm, there will be a free LGBTQ meet-n-greet soiree hosted by drag queen Tula. For more information or tickets, visit the Blackrock Center's website.
Saturday, January 26 at 4pm & 8pm
CAMP Rehoboth in Rehoboth Beach, DE
Our popular cabaret show, The Best Worst Thing, travels to Rehoboth Beach, DE for two performances to benefit CAMP Rehoboth. Tickets can purchased at CAMP Rebohoth's website.
Friday, February 1 at 8pm
Potomac Fever at Hope United Church of Christ
Our vocal ensemble Potomac Fever travels to Hope United Church of Christ for Love Wins!, a wonderful evening of song, champagne, and delicious desserts. Tickets can be purchased on Hope UCC's website.
Potomac Fever (photo by Pradipta Banerjee)
Rock Creek Singers (photo by Pradipta Banerjee)
Seasons of Love (photo by Pradipta Banerjee)
17th Street Dance (photo by Craig Cipollini)
The GenOUT Chorus (photo by Craig Cipollini)
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington has performed at public and private events – both large and small – throughout the District and surrounding areas during its 38 years. From singing the National Anthem at a Washington Mystics game, to performing a concert at Riderwood Retirement Community, our select vocal ensembles represent the chorus at many community events including LGBT organization functions, association and government events and private parties.
Potomac Fever is a 15-voice a cappella close harmony pop ensemble. Rock Creek Singers is a chamber ensemble of 30 singers who sing everything from traditional choral music to Broadway.Seasons of Love is a 12-member inspirational and gospel group, and 17th Street Dance is a dance ensemble. Our GenOUT Chorus is the only LGBTQ youth chorus in the District area.
Whether you are looking for the impact of a 200-voice chorus or the level of sophisticated entertainment delivered by our select vocal ensembles or soloists, we will work with you to craft the perfect performance for your event. Negotiable Fees Apply: $500 – $2,500.