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A quarter-century into the epidemic, the list of the dead is longer than the living: there are singers and obituaries. Today, the development of new medicines that make it possible for AIDS patients to live relatively normal lives has brought new hope to the brigade of men who make up the chorus. Now, only a couple of its members die of the disease each year. The stories of loss and grief are painful and told through tears.
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Founded in , the strong group, widely regarded as launching the gay choral movement, had its first public performance at city hall after the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and supervisor Harvey Milk. After four decades of concerts, social acceptance of LGBTQ people grew, but the presidential election left its leadership and members reeling. A redemptive tale that bridges cultural divides in the wake of the election, the film follows several narrative arcs to establish that misunderstandings existed on both sides. This is a project in search of rapprochement, from winning over homophobic hearts one by one to marching over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, in a gesture of intersectional solidarity.
During its annual holiday concert, which will be held on Christmas Eve, the member chorus will perform "Silent Night" while using American Sign Language, so the deaf and hearing-impaired community can enjoy the performance. The chorus released a preview video of what's to come during its 30th annual holiday celebration. The chorus' annual holiday concert began in in an effort to bring cheer to those who had been impacted by the AIDS epidemic. As for the "Silent Night" performance, artistic director Timothy Seelig said it was inspired by past inclusivity efforts by other choruses.