In October, 2007, the Harvard Schools Trust was thrilled to bring the BOSTON GAY MEN'S CHORUS to the Cronin Auditorium.
The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, one of New England’s largest and most successful choruses, is renowned for its outstanding musicianship, creative programming, and groundbreaking community outreach. The BGMC sings a wide spectrum of classical and popular music with excellence, creating a more tolerant society through the power of music.
The chorus is heard live by more than 12,000 people each season, and by thousands more through recordings and television broadcasts. It has performed in prestigious venues from coast to coast, including Boston’s Symphony Hall and Opera House, New York’s Carnegie Hall, and in San Francisco, Montreal, Minneapolis, Denver, Tampa, Seattle, Washington, DC ... and Harvard! A documentary about the BGMC was seen nationwide on public television stations. The show, part of the series "The Visionaries," documented the work of organizations working to create positive social change.
Boston Globe article