MANCHESTER LESBIAN & GAY CHORUS
The history of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus dates back to 2000 when a small number of singers came together and met at St Peter's House at the University of Manchester. By the following year, the choir had decided on its name and officially formed as an organisation, and was now rehearsing regularly in Manchester's Gay Village.
MLGC exists to give people in and around Greater Manchester who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or another minority sexual or gender identity the opportunity to make music in a friendly, safe environment. We also welcome those who identify themselves as allies of the LGBT+ community.
We are a friendly, diverse group of people who love to sing! We welcome members with a wide range of abilities: no previous training or experience is required, but we strive to achieve the best we can under the guiding hand of our professional Musical Director, Loz Kaye.
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