Phoenix Metropolitan Men’s Chorus

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The Phoenix Metropolitan Men’s Chorus is the flagship of Grand Canyon Performing Arts and presents a full subscription concert series.  All members of the Chorus are dues paying volunteers who donate over 32,000 hours annually to rehearsals, service projects and as many benefit performances as we can pack in.

The Chorus was originally a recital choir and has grown into a “show chorus.”  Featured performances include costuming, staging, video productions, dance, and orchestration.  Performance highlights have included: International AIDS Candlelight Memorial, Equality Arizona Annual Gala, World AIDS Day, National Anthem performed at Phoenix Suns games and AGRA Rodeos, and benefit performances for PFLAG and Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS. PMMC has performed or collaborated with many local and national artists and organizations, including: Phoenix Women’s Chorus, Desert Voices, Reveille Gay Men’s Chorus, Folk singer Holly Near, comedian Leslie Jordan, and the Forever Young Dancers.

PMMC is a member of GALA Choruses (the International Gay & Lesbian Association of Choruses), and has participated in seven GALA Festivals: Tampa, FL (1996), San Jose, CA (2000), Seattle, WA (2002), Montreal, Canada (2004), Miami, FL (2008), Denver, CO (2012), and Denver, CO (2016).