Many gay men and women have felt specifically unwelcome in church, temple or mosque. Yet scores of others have found their community of faith to be a place of comfort and healing. Is it possible to be gay and at the same time have a profound sense of faith?
The Seattle Men's Chorus will explore these issues of community and faith through choral songs and candid stories from the ranks of its members in a show entitled "Scared Faithless," which the Chorus will present in a premiere performance on Sunday, June 10, at 3 pm, at McCurdy Pavilion.
The Seattle Men's Chorus, which is both the largest community chorus in the nation and the largest gay men's chorus in North America, is not afraid to take on current issues. Recently, when the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff made anti-gay statements, the Chorus included in their publication, Flying House Magazine, essays by Chorus members who have proudly served in the military.
Seattle Men's Chorus performances combine the region’s leading professional talents with nationally known guest artists to create events that expand the possibilities of choral performances. National tours have included performances in some of the nation’s most prestigious halls.
Great seats are still available at our Acteva site but won't last long. The last time the Seattle Men's Chorus performed in Port Townsend, the show sold out. Tickets are also available by calling 360.385.3102, x117. Watch video of the Seattle Men's Chorus here.