Since their solemn performance on the steps of San Francisco City Hall on November 27, 1978, on the occasion of an impromptu memorial for Mayor George Moscone and City Supervisor Harvey Milk, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) has been a community organization rooted in San Francisco. They perform over 50 concerts each year, including many that directly benefit local social justice and healthcare-related nonprofit organizations. Community involvement is an active part of their mission.
On October 26, 2018, come celebrate SFGMC’s 40th birthday! Acclaimed soprano Ellie Dehn and chamber orchestra join SFGMC for a once-in-a-lifetime concert featuring “When We No Longer Touch,” the first requiem dedicated to those we lost to the AIDS epidemic. Plus, this marks the first time SFGMC performs at the gorgeous St. Ignatius Catholic Church.
The Bridgemen will be assisting SFGMC at their concert with the following: lobby ambassadors / floaters, merchandise, ushering and patron services. After volunteering, we will be able to enjoy the show together! There may be more volunteer tasks to perform after the show. Details about dress code to follow.
If you have questions about this event, please contact either Bridgemen Coordinator Alex Ray here on Meetup, by email at [masked] or by cell phone at[masked] or event Point Man Robert Sagabaen [masked]/(408)[masked] (text is more effective) or here on Meetup. Also when you do text me please let me know you're from the Bridgeman group and also your full name would be great as I need to put you on a roster of volunteers. Thanks so much!