Men of Steel

December 11 & 12 2021

Scottish Rite Masonic Lodge, Cranston RI

Superman: the defender of law and order; a champion of equal rights; a valiant, courageous fighter against the forces of hate and prejudice who fights a never-ending battle for truth and justice. The men of RIGMC are all Supermen and they are back and ready to share their stories of resilience, strength, love and truth through music. Join us for this very special choral music event in December. More information to come!

On our 25th anniversary – we’ve got a new name!

We have exciting news: we have a new name! Effective January 1, 2021, we are now known as the Rhode Island Gay Men’s Chorus.

As the one and only gay men’s chorus in the great state of Rhode Island, we take our mission statement very seriously: we are a gathering of individuals who, united through diversity, fellowship and song, strive to make a difference in the lives of our singers and our audience.

The past few years have been a profound time of growth for us. Our audiences have grown, our concerts are bigger and better than ever, we have extended our community outreach, and we are performing in venues all over the state. As we embark on our 25th anniversary year, it is time to expand our horizons. As the Rhode Island Gay Men’s Chorus (RIGMC), we will truly represent all of us and all of you. You are why we sing!

Our vision is strong: we seek to build a world where musical beauty, creativity, and expression are experienced, valued, and nurtured. Our world is expanding and it is time to reflect that in our name and in our brand. You can see our new logo throughout this website and in our social media platforms. The changes may seem slight, but the magnitude is huge. We invite you to join us in celebrating this exciting change!

The Rhode Island Gay Men’s Chorus gratefully acknowledges our sponsor:

Funding provided in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through the Rhode Island Culture, Humanities, and Arts Recovery Grant (RI CHARG) program. This program was made possible thanks to the National Endowment for the Arts, via funds from the federal American Rescue Plan Act.