We welcome the life affirming changes we create both inside and outside the chorus. Bill has been a Tampa businessman for more than 30 years. He sings Tenor 2 and raises show dogs with his partner, Gene Biller. For more information, visit Facebook.
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Petersburg each year along with more intimate cabaret-like events. Your Message. Did you know horror icon the Babadook is making the rounds at Pride festivities? Meet your local journalists and ask us anything at Localtopia in St. Watermark prints up to 20, copies every other Thursday, and distributes them in more than locations throughout Orlando, Tampa Bay, Sarasota and throughout the state.
The centerpiece of this year's spring concert was Quiet No Morea multi-movement choral celebration of this UNA VOCE: THE GAY MEN S CHORUS OF TAMPA BAY, written by several different teams and commissioned by the New York City Gay Men's Chorus and Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles for this anniversary, as well as the 40th anniversary of both groups.
Every four years, we join thousands of our brothers and sisters in song to share our best work in a 30 minute set to an audience of our peers, making our international debut at the GALA Festival in Montreal Canada in July Kyle is an active adjudicator for the Florida Vocal Association and has conducted All-County festivals for middle and elementary choirs in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Osceola county.
He got fine singing from his chorus and nice blend throughout the night. Advertise Click here Grow your business! Dec 27, PM.
Fifth Third Bank reverses decision, will continue to donate. Petersburg FL. Both schools consistently received high ratings at state assessments, received High Enrollment Awards from the Florida Music Educators Association, and performed in various venues such as Disney and Washington D.
Cristian Davila, Baritone, has been with the chorus for only one season and joined the Board of Directors to assist with the creation of the new website and our social media pages. Advertise Click here Grow your business! Stevie Wonder's "Superstition," in a rhythmically interesting arrangement by Paul Langford, showed the chorus at its best, the rhythmic figures that keep the song propelling forward always precise.