Orlando Gay Chorus
The Orlando Gay Chorus (OGC) is one of the country's largest mixed LGBT+ choir groups, consisting of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight ally singers. Their mission and vision is to inspire others and use music to change attitudes and build a stronger community to make the world a better place. Founded as a non-profit organization in 1990, the OGC has a full chorus as well as four smaller ensembles and performs at concerts, cabarets, community events, and private events.
The OGC has performed at Orlando PRIDE, held a memorial for the victims of Pulse, sung the National Anthem at various sporting events, performed at the GALA Choruses Festival, and participated in many other events and festivals honoring the LGBT+ community. They now have over 100 members in the chorus and continue to grow in size each year while hosting various community outreach events. Be sure to follow their Facebook for event and show updates.