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RGMC Alumni OrganizationAlumni Organization for RGMC? You asked. We listened. The Board said "Hell yes!” 

Over the years, RGMC members, former members, and our audiences have been asking for the creation of an Alumni organization: a way for past chorines, guest performers and volunteers to keep connected and to help the Rochester Gay Men's Chorus grow and continue our mission for future generations.

Promoting Social Change Through Choral Excellence

What has the Alumni group done to start the work to establish a vibrant Alumni Organization since September 2014?

If you want to be involved, participate, or support from afar, help us lay the foundations! We encourage you to reach out today to Cristin Monahan at

Our mission, “Promoting Choral Excellence Through Social Change,” continues to serve as a compass for our future.

While many legal obstacles have been overcome in recent years, Trans* people still lack basic legal rights in New York State: this needs to change. For all generations of lesbians, gay men and bisexual and Trans* people, social stigma, family rejection, and employment and housing discrimination is still a reality. Our increasing visibility, and our affirmation and support of LGBT communities, from our immediate local communities to our global community, remain critical to saving lives.  Choruses save lives.

The Board and the Alumni Group encourages you to connect and support our mission; it is as relevant today as it was when RGMC was founded in 1982. Connect with us on Facebook (“Rochester Gay Men’s Chorus Alumni”) and with our Alumni Liaison, Cristin Monahan, at

"Mighty oaks from little acorns grow." 

--RGMC Alumni Group

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