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Interested in joining the chorus?
We’d love to hear from you!

We'll be holding auditions for our 2021/22 Season on Tuesday, August 24 and Tuesday, August 31 beginning at 7:30 pm at our rehearsal space in New Haven.

We welcome male singers over age 18 and of all orientations. Previous choral experience is preferred but not necessary—all we ask is your commitment to attend Tuesday rehearsals and that you enjoy the experience, camaraderie, and musicianship. Please prepare a song that showcases your talent; a pianist will be provided. For more information and to be contacted when we resume our audition process, contact our Membership Chairman here.

Founded in 1986,
the Connecticut Gay Men’s Chorus was the first organization of its kind in Connecticut and is a proud to be a part of LGBT history.

The chorus continues to inspire other arts-based community organizations around New England. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Greg McMahan, the CTGMC is proud to maintain its high level of performance standards while maintaining its signature blend of humor and personality.

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The CTGMC performs at, as well as supports, an ever-increasing number of community outreach organizations to raise funds and awareness of a variety of social and LGBT programs.

We aim to portray the very best of the gay community in an authentic way. And, to further our mission of building bridges between the gay community and the community at large, we now welcome men of all orientations to join us in song and fellowship.  

Thanks to our successful monthly fundraiser Bingomania and our family of donors and sponsors, we are not only committed to keeping our ticket prices affordable, but we are able to set aside 10% of our tickets to offer to LGBT youth, AIDS outreach, and other social outreach programs at no cost.

Four of our singers have created this incredible tribute.
We're very proud to share their message.
"To the black community, we love you. We wanted to use our talent and our voices to keep the message of the protests alive and to remind everyone of the ones we've lost and the reason we continue to march. Say their names." - The Connecticut Gay Men's Chorus

Featuring (L-R): James Hampton, Aaron Scott, Marcus Tart, and Cecil Carter