Keynotes is the official newsletter of the Rochester Gay Men's Chorus.
Subscribe to Keynotes to get exclusive behind the scenes coverage of your favorite chorus. Keynotes showcases articles, photos, and important information galore to help keep you connected to the pride of Rochester.
Click here to read our most recent issue. Our complete digital version of Keynotes will only be available via e-mail distribution or on our website. The digital version features color photos, tantalizing graphics, and more RGMC info than ever.
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We’re truly grateful to all of our advertisers and fans for their generous gifts and support.
Our sponsors and advertisers are vital partners in the success of the chorus. Whether it be the Out Alliance collaborating on our Pride concert or Trillium Health sponsoring our Casino Royale fundraiser, and our wonderful advertisers who share their services with us for the benefit of all our fans and members, each and every one represents strong support for the chorus and our community.
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All audience members will be required to wear a mask during our Holly~Lujah concert. Proof of vaccinated will not be required.
All chorus members and staff have been vaccinated.