The Men's Choir from Puerto Vallarta
February 7, 2014 10:58 pm ⋅ Jorge Chavez
The Men's Choir from Puerto Vallarta was created in late 2012 by Bob Bruneau with more than 50 members originating from our destination, Mexico and other countries.
The Men's Choir from Puerto Vallarta was created in late 2012 by Bob Bruneau and is the first gay chorus throughout Latin America.
It is the first gay chorus throughout Latin America and are members of GALA Choruses , a global organization representing more than 8000 singers from more than 170 choirs around the world.
Currently its members are between 50 and 100 members, both Mexican and foreign, who are dedicated to providing choral music interspersed with humorous and entertaining scenes in Spanish and English.
Its founder, Bob Bruneau, is an artistic director who returned to Puerto Vallarta after a series of meetings with managers of other manly choirs in Seattle, New York and Washington DC. During his absence, the members of the young organization participated in a number of practical music theory and vocal training during the summer of 2012 with teacher Sharon Baughman begin to shape talent.
There have been several concerts this rising chorus offered along the Bay of Banderas and match Vallarta Pride Organizing Committee of 2014, a special presentation of this choir is expected during the festival.
If you are interested in making a. pvmenschorus.org / PVMC / sing-sing / audition-audition / "target =" _blank "> go to the audition site and fill in the corresponding form.
The art and culture of our destination is manifested in different ways and the Men's Choir of Puerto Vallarta is a great way to meet the fusion of talent that exists in our city.