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Brighton Gay Men's Chorus

Brighton Gay Men's Chorus

MD: Ignacio Jarquin

Members: 37

Based: Brighton

Style: Male Voice Choir

Status: Stood Down

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Choir Profile

They are a relatively new choir who formed in 2005. The founding members were in the London Gay Men's Chorus. They then moved to Brighton and set up this choir as there wasn't a gay men's choir in Brighton. The Brighton Gay Men's Chorus exists to give the gay men of Brighton a chance to meet and interact with new people away from the social scene of bars and clubs. Their most important raison d'être is to be entertaining.

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