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The Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses ("GALA Choruses") is an international association of LGBT choruses founded in 1982. Its goal is to foster artistic and organizational development within its member choruses. The association includes almost 10,000 vocalists in over 100 associated choruses singing as male, female and mixed ensembles in a wide variety of styles. GALA Choruses produces a large festival every four years, in addition to a number of smaller annual workshops and conferences.
- 1983 - New York, New York
- 1986 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 1989 - Seattle, Washington
- 1992 - Denver, Colorado - over 3,400 delegates
- 1996 - Tampa, Florida - over 4,700 delegates
- 2000 - San Jose, California - over 4,700 delegates
- 2004 - Place des Arts, Montreal, Quebec - over 5,700 delegates
- 2008 - Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Miami, Florida
Notable member chorusesEdit
The following member choruses attended the latest festival in Miami, Florida.
- Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus
- Chicago Gay Men's Chorus
- Connecticut Gay Men's Chorus
- Diverse Harmony Youth Chorus
- Gay and Lesbian Chorus of San Francisco
- Gay Men's Chorus of San Diego
- Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, D.C.
- Heart of America Men's Chorus of Wichita, Kansas
- Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco
- Oakland East Bay Gay Men's Chorus
- One Voice Mixed Chorus
- Phoenix Metropolitan Men's Chorus
- Rainbow Women's Chorus
- San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus
- Seattle Men's Chorus
- Turtle Creek Chorale
- Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus
- Youth Pride Chorus
- Triangle Gay Men's Chorus