Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus

Proudly Representing Palm Springs

The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus was organized in 1999 as the Caballeros, a community chorus of twenty-four men. The group debuted as a guest ensemble for the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles.

The Caballeros sang four songs and received an enthusiastic welcome from the desert community. In 2013, the name was changed to more clearly identify the chorus with Palm Springs, California, our home.

“Building a Chorus Like No Other” requires, education, inspiration and desire to entertain our community.”  


We Are Family!

PSGMC Razzle Dazzle Shine Concert

About Us

Since 1998, we have been building a chorus like no other! From staging our concerts to supporting the LGBTQIA+ and straight allied communities, PSGMC gives back through our “Chorus Cares” programs and George Zander Memorial Anti-Bullying Fund giving grants to Gay/Straight Alliances in the school districts.

PSGMC Razzle Dazzle Shine Concert


From time to time we are able to share videos with you. From invitations to join our chorus or our performances, we like to share exerpts from our performances too. Check back often for updates.

PSGMC Razzle Dazzle Shine Concert


We are proud to celebrate our 24th Season  for the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus. Our performance home is the Palm Springs Art Museum Annenberg Theatre in Palm Springs. The Chorus has 2 concerts per season and as many as 15 Community Outreach shows per year.

Mission Statement

Through musical excellence, community outreach, and civic responsibility, the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus seeks to entertain, inspire, and educate the culturally diverse community in which we live.

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