The Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus is inviting you to “Be Gay for a Day” on Thursday, August 25th. If you enjoy singing your fabulous musical journey begins here! The Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus creates entertaining music that inspires its members and audience by instilling pride in our diversity and common humanity. We are a welcoming [...]
The Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the beginning of its fourth decade and invites you to come along and Seize the Day! SGMC’s exciting new concert explores the feelings we all experience when facing change and growth. The show evolves through an eclectic mix of music from pop and global songs to classical and modern [...]
The SGMC is thrilled to announce we are partnering with Empress Tavern to offer audiences a grand night on the town for our Seize the Day concert May 20 and 21. Prix Fixe Dinner Empress Tavern and Chef Michael Thiemann are offering SGMC audience members a special Prix Fix dinner before the show! A three-course [...]
On Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 from 6 – 8 PM, California Lawyers for the Arts will honor six outstanding persons and organizations at the California Automobile Museum, 2200 Front St. Sacramento, CA. This year’s honorees include a philanthropic champion of the arts community, a performing arts choral organization with a 30 year history in Sacramento, [...]
For the second time, the Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus was invited to sing the national anthem to open a Sacramento King's basketball game. Check out the video below to see the crowd's reaction to this stellar performance! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxvL2QVxY48
We were thrilled to see our small ensemble Boy Howdy on television this morning performing a song from our upcoming holiday show! Check out the video of their performance, and click here to get your tickets to "He! Ha! Ho! A Down Home Holiday Show!"
Have you ever considered joining the Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus?! We have some exciting news for you. SGMC will be having open rehearsals...
In 1984 when the Sacramento Men’s Chorus first began, who knew they would begin a journey, that many are still going on that would last 31 years and beyond...
On Thursday February 5th 2015 the Dallas Mavericks were in town and were scheduled to play against our hometown team The Kings at The Sleep Train Arena. The SGMC was invited to sing “The Star Spangled Banner” before the game. Coincidentally, for the SGMC and for the Kings- we were both in our 30th years. [...]