Columbus Gay Men's Chorus

51 Jefferson Ave., #3, Columbus, OH 43215

Adam Burk

(614) 228-2468
Made In CBUS


Mission CGMC's vision: Voices Raised, Lives Changed; fostering increased recognition, understanding, and acceptance of gay men, lesbian, bisexual, transgender persons through community outreach with music as the vehicle. History Founded in 1990, the Columbus Gay Men's Chorus (CGMC) was formed to produce vocal music of the highest quality in the rich tradition of men's choral singing. The Chorus unites as a gay men's chorus to rehearse and work in an atmosphere of camaraderie and support; secondly, to perform publicly before general audiences, thus fostering increased recognition, understanding, and acceptance of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender people in society. Although the Chorus operates within the constraints of its art form, i.e., a men's singing group, the Chorus is open to all individuals regardless of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, gender identity or sexual orientation. Currently CGMC has more than 90 active singing members and more the 100 volunteers that assist with performances and day-to-day operations. 2012-2013 Season: Joy To The World - December 7-9, 2012 Vox - What I Did For Love - February 15-16, 2013 "Until There's A Cure" - March 22 -23, 2013 - Lincoln Theatre Illuminati's Spring Concert - May 19, 2013 - Worthington UMC "Motown In Our Town", presented by PNC Arts Alive - June 28-30 2013 - Lincoln Theatre