Boston Gay Men's Chorus Tickets
Subscribe for Alerts!
Oops! The tickets that you are looking for are all sold out. However, we would like to keep you in the loop as soon as more tickets and latest information about the event are available. For that, please provide us with your name and email address.
|Although we have run out of Boston Gay Men's Chorus Tickets, we would like to invite you to view tickets in the following places|
Details of Boston Gay Men's Chorus and the Ticket Luck value
The fascinating Boston Gay Men's Chorus is one of the foremost musical organizations in the greater Boston area. Its mission is to create musical experiences that, according to the chorus, 'inspire change, build community and celebrate difference'. The chorus's philosophy is enshrined in outreach programs and meaningful impact through its musical activities. As one of the foremost such community choruses in New England, it is one to catch live in concert and you can do that by buying Boston Gay Men's Chorus tickets.
The Boston Gay Men's Chorus is one of the most successful community–based choruses in New England. It was formed in 1982 and is now home to a smashing one hundred and seventy five singers. It is a chorus known far and wide for its outstanding musicianship, it's amazing community outreach and its creative programming. The chorus is presently led by Reuben M. Reynolds, as the music director, and performs classical and popular pieces of music. The aim is to create social change by emphasizing the social and positive image of the lesbian and gay community.
Each season, the Boston Gay Men's Chorus takes its music, live, to over ten thousand people with many more catching their music through recordings, TV broadcast and the internet. In 2013, it was named as one of the Top 5 Choirs in Boston by CBS–WBZ. The chorus's purpose is to inspire and its core values are being a family with a tradition of excellence.
The Boston Gay Men's Chorus is home to some of the most brilliant musicians in the American music industry. Reuben M. Reynolds III has been the music director of the chorus since 1997 and has led it to prominence in Boston and beyond. After graduating with degrees in music and economic, he earned a master of music at the Louisiana State University where he also worked as a teaching assistant to Martina Arroyo, a soprano with the Metropolitan Opera. He was also on the Baton Rouge Lyric Opera's conducting staff and went on to become the Heartland Men's Chorus music director from 1989 until 1998.
During the same time, Reynolds was also the Philharmonia of Kansas City's conductor and played the same role at the Kansas City Civic Opera Theatre. In 1994, he went to Europe where he conducted with the Beethoven Chamber Orchestra of Ostrava, Czech Republic and the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra. He would perform in the Czech Republic once again, though this time with the West Bohemia Symphony Orchestra in 1995. During the 1998 summer, he was the conductor of the Hermitage Camerata in St. Petersburg, Russia, at Catherine the Great Theatre.
So far, Reynolds has commissioned more than twenty major pieces of work, as well as hundreds of arrangements during the course of his prestigious career. He has been praised by the likes of the Boston Globe as 'expert and idiomatic'.
Reynolds is assisted at the BGMC by Chad Weirick, the assistant music director and principal accompanist. He began his career as an organist at the Radio City Music Hall and as a rehearsal pianist for the Rockettes, which made him the youngest musician to have worked full time on Broadway. He would go on to play music as a pianist for many Broadway shows, including The Act, A Chorus Line, Shenandoah and many more. With a masters degree in composition, he has been the music director of the Marriott's Great America theme park and his many choral arrangements have been recorded by BGMC and other choruses in the US and beyond.
He can be seen live, alongwith BGMC, in concert, after ordering Boston Gay Men's Chorus tickets. It promises to be an experience that will be memorable.