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This week, the SFGMC (San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus) and I, forgive Russell Tovey, but more importantly chat about upcoming SFGMC’s spring performances, including, “Passion.” If you can hear through the awful audio issue we had this week, we also talk about, what I’m going to call, “What the Gays are Watching on TV.” Half of this episode was lost due to an audio issue (cries in the palm of my hands)!
Guests from left to right: Dave Naden, Eric Carlson, Sky Hunsaker, and Ted Schaller
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This Spring, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus presents “Passion,” at Davies Symphony Hall on April 1 & 2, 2015 at 8PM. “Passion” is more than a concert; it’s a celebration of life. Sharing stories of passion as only amazing music can express them, the show crosses three different centuries, with three stunning premieres, capturing the passions that define us and bring us together. Featured are the world premiere of “My Friend, My Lover: Five Walt Whitman Songs,” from Whitman’s brilliant and subversive works of the 1800’s; the world premiere of “#twitterlieder: 15 Tweets in 3 Acts,” by composer James Eakin and librettist Charles Anthony Silvestri; and the San Francisco premiere of Jake Heggie’s amazing choral opera “For a Look or a Touch,” presented in collaboration with San Francisco Opera, American Conservatory Theatre and Contemporary Jewish Museum, with special guest stars baritone Morgan Smith and actor Kip Niven.
Find tickets for Passion at www.sfgmc.org