The Baltimore Men’s Chorus’s summer concert and silent auction is set for Sunday, June 25th at St. Vincent de Paul Church (120 North Front Street, Baltimore). The silent auction opens at 4 p.m., and the concert begins at 5. “The Sound of Baltimore” will feature songs by Baltimore artists and music inspired by the city.
The BMC is the city’s oldest gay performing arts organization. Since 1984, the mission of the BMC has been to provide local men, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, the opportunity to enjoy learning and singing choral music in a fun and social environment.
“We’ve been a Baltimore institution for 33 years and we’re thrilled to present a full concert program inspired by our home,” says tenor Avery W. Krouse.
The concert program is filled with songs from Charm City, including music from the hit Broadway musical set in Baltimore, Hairspray. Their set will also include songs written by Baltimore artists such as Hoagy Carmichael and chorus alumnus John Coe.
The silent auction includes items ranging from Maryland Renaissance Festival and Six Flags America passes to Southwest Airlines round-trip tickets, along with vacation packages to the Inner Harbor and Ocean City.
For tickets (starting at $15) visit Baltimoremenschorus.org or call 443-400-4487. At the door, the price is $20. Proceeds support the chorus.