BENEFITING: HARTFORD GAY MENS CHORUS INC
My singing voice is a memory. Please help me give a voice to the Hartford Gay Men's Chorus!
Many of you know how important music and particularly choral singing has been to my life. From the time I was a small boy singing Jesus Loves Me at Grant Line United Methodist Church, through Jr. High choirs with Dorothy Heath, to A Cappella and Swing Choirs with Stephen McKinley, to the Purdue Varsity Glee Club with Bill Luhman, to Cream City Chorus in Milwaukee and Chicago Gay Men's Choir, plus many, many church choirs along the way; I always enjoyed singing and telling a good story through song.
My throat cancer treatment in 2010 saved my life and took away my singing voice. My choral contributions are now wonderful memories. However, I'm still working to support choral music, now with the Hartford Gay Men's Chorus (HGMC).
I'm Board President for this growing 501 (c) 3 charity organization that operates in CT with the mission of using choral music as a catalyst for enriching and educating both participants and audiences by demonstrating to individuals the many ways that beautiful music positively impacts our world.
As we enter the fourth season, I'm asking for your assistance increasing the operating budget that pays for our productions and our outreach. I'm giving my birthday to HGMC. Please give to HGMC as well and support its mission.