Season 21: Coming Of Age
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On October 11 each year, we observe and celebrate National Coming Out Day, raising awareness of the LGBTQ community. In our groundbreaking 21st year of changing lives through music, the Cincinnati Men's Chorus will tell a season-long story of coming out.
"Wonderment: A Time of Awe," on Dec. 17 and 18, will recognize the beauty and comfort of tradition during the holiday season, as we find our own way.
On March 24 and 25, we turn to awakening hopes and possibilities in "Anticipation: Secrets and Dreams," where secret crushes and love, both lost and found, take voice.
Our story concludes on June 23 and 24 with a vivacious celebration of our lives and the knowledge that "It Gets Better." This concert is an official event of the It Gets Better Project.
"This season finds CMC coming of age in many ways; socially, musically, and educationally," said Dr. Casey Hayes, our new artistic director. "We're ready to tackle the next wave of challenges that life will throw at us; transforming lives and inspiring action through our songs."
CMC will continue to carry this message out into the world at the World Choir Games, coming to Cincinnati in July, and then take it into local schools next fall.
We are equally excited to announce the Human Rights Campaign as the sponsor for our 21st season. As part of its sponsorship, HRC is providing CMC season subscribers with a basic membership included their ticket packages. Subscribers also can upgrade to a full membership at a reduced price. Subscriptions are $65, a discount of $25 from individual walk-up prices; season ticket holders also get 10 percent off additional ticket purchases and can exchange tickets for performances.
All our subscription performances this year will be at the School for the Creative and Performing Arts, 108 W. Central Parkway in downtown Cincinnati.
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