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If you want to express your pride through song and can carry a tune, the chorus may be the place for you.

You may also opt to join as a non-singing member.

The next opportunity for new members to join will be Monday, September 11, 2017 at 6:30 pm for a welcoming dinner and a look over our new music at our regular rehearsal space at Plymouth Congregational Church, 232 E. Onondaga St., Syracuse.  After that, new members may still join for the following two Mondays at our regular rehearsal time of 7 pm.

Singing Members:

We are a non-auditioned chorus and heartily welcome new singing members to join us. Anyone is welcome to join during the first three weeks of our concert rehearsal season. At that time our music director will guide you to one of the SATB sections that is most comfortable for your vocal range.

The chorus rehearses each Monday evening from 7:00 to 9:15 starting the first Monday after Labor Day for the fall and holiday season, and February  to May  for the Spring/Pride concert. Our rehearsal location is: Plymouth Congregational Church, 232 East Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY.

In order to purchase music and cover expenses, chorus members pay dues for the Holiday and Spring concert seasons. Work scholarships are available for those with limited resources.

Non-Singing Members:

We heartily welcome new non-singing members to join the Syracuse Gay & Lesbian Chorus. Non-singing members perform a variety of administrative functions ranging from the maintenance of the music library to concert and event planning. Our organization cannot function without the important contribution of our non-singing members.

Non-singing members are integral members of the organization. They enjoy with singing members all organizational privileges including the right to vote and membership on the Board of Directors. Please attend any of our Monday night rehearsal. Non-Singing members can join any time during the concert season.

Please contact us if you are interested in joining or would like more information concerning the Syracuse Gay and Lesbian Chorus.

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