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Upcoming Shows

“Men in Tights – A Holiday Spectacular”

Annenberg Theater, 101 Museum Drive, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs

December 14 at 8:00p.m.
December 15 at 8:00p.m.
December 16 at 3:00p.m.

$25/$35/$50

Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus launches their 20th Anniversary Season with “Men in Tights – A Holiday Spectacular.” In ACT I, The chorus will present songs and dances to transport you to the Renaissance when knights were bold. “Christmas in the Cloisters,” Boar’s Head Carol,” “Sing We Now of Christmas” and “Gloucestershire Wassail” music from the time of Camelot will have you experiencing holidays with a king and his court.

After intermission you will step into the modern world. Join us as we celebrate “A Long Christmas Dinner”, “Ring-A Ling-A Disco”, Stomp The Halls” and enjoy a country western “Dreydl, Dreydl. The chorus is especially pleased to present the choral premiere of “Christmas In Palm Springs” arranged for the chorus by accompanist, Joel Baker.

Old and new come and celebrate with the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus


“Quiet No More – A Choral Celebration of Stonewall”

Annenberg Theater, 101 Museum Drive, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs

April 26 at 8:00p.m.
April 27 at 8:00p.m.
April 28 at 3:00p.m.

$25/$35/$50

June 2019 will mark the 50th Anniversary of The Stonewall Uprising. PSGMC has joined with 20 choruses throughout the United States to commemorate this pivotal point in the LGBT movement by commissioning a major choral work to tell the story of the men and women who banded together for a common cause.

In addition to this commissioned work, PSGMC will perform songs, which have inspired people to work for equality and freedom for all. “Quiet No More” will celebrate the bravery of suffragettes, the dedication of blue and grey collar workers. The work of Harriet Tubman, an abolitionist and political activist, who freed slaves through the Underground Railroad and the peaceful protests of Martin Luther King, Jr. Songs of joy and humor will describe the perseverance of the many men and women who continue to advocate for the full acceptance of LGBT people in society.