CELEBRATE HARVEY MILK DAY ON FrI 5/20 & Sun 5/22
A music-loving gay man helped change the world.
Celebrate Harvey Milk’s Life,
Triumphs and our LGBT Legacy of Hope.
LAUGH & LOVE. CRY & CHEER!
It’s about you, today.
It’s about us, here in Miami.
It’s about the Legacy of Hope that
LGBTQ Americans bring to the world.
Come hear Ruth Shack in an intimate & revealing interview:
What LGBTQ History Hasn’t Really Told You Yet,
and Why It Matters Today
Meet Ruth Shack, Civil Rights Pioneer
at our VIP ticketholders' reception held before both performances at 7:00PM.
All ticketholders will get to see Ruth help to open our performances at 8PM in a brief, yet intimate interview about her role, and Miami's role in the national gay rights movement of the 1970's. Be inspired to continue our journey!
Honor the legacy of our country’s first gay man elected to public office.
Andrew Lippa, the composer/lyricist, wrote the broadway musicals "Big Fish" and "The Addams Family" and originally composed this work in 2013 for the San Francisco Gay Mens' Chorus. The recording went to #2 on iTunes.
"Why write an oratorio about Harvey Milk? ...I wanted to write about existence itself, about my right to exist, Harvey's right to exist, to excel, to be accepted, to express gratitude, to soar." -A. Lippa
"Phenomenal. The beauty and emotion of this work is absolutely astonishing."
"Beautiful. Just Beautiful! I couldn't get my heart to stop skipping a beat."
Listen to the links below, and make your plans today.
Join us for a two very unforgettable evenings.
(You're welcome to attend both of them.)
Listen and buy the SFGMC album on iTunes:
Coming in September 2016:
celebrates the legacy of 18 year old music student Tyler Clementi, who launched a national discussion about cyber-bullying. The musical collaborations were personally overseen by Stephen Schwartz, the composer of “Wicked." This suite of songs for male voices was arranged by many of today's best contemporary composers, to bring hope and inspiration to GLBT youth, and change the lives of all.