Introducing #AssistLove – the Campaign for GMCLA

Across the country, millions of teenagers are headed back to school. For many, it’s an exciting and fun time, but others are headed into another year of bullying and abuse. GMCLA is responding by launching #AssistLove, a campaign to spread a message of hope and help the Chorus expand its Alive Music Project, which sends Chorus members into schools to perform and share their stories. The #AssistLove campaign runs from September through October, and is GMCLA’s way of inviting thousands of people to join us and support our programs as we sing for a better world.

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GMCLA's I RISE Concert with Holly Near performing - Photo: Claire Hannah Collins - LATimes
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GMCLA’s Voice Awards honors those who advance our world, refute silence, lend a voice to the oppressed, exhibit leadership and give hope to those living under the weight of silence.

This year’s Voice Awards raised over $450,000 for GMCLA’s youth outreach programs!

Our most recent performances

I Rise, presented by GMCLA at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in early July, 2017

GMCLA returned to Walt Disney Concert Hall for an evocative and uplifting concert, exploring the sometimes complicated relationship between the LGBT community and faith… and celebrating a new future of inclusion. Blending deeply personal stories with pop and rock favorites, hymns, and show tunes, GMCLA took you on a spiritual journey, leaving you contemplating a new day of greater acceptance and understanding.

If you missed I Rise, subscriptions for our 39th season are now available.  Have a look and lock in great seats to next season’s remarkable concerts – as only GMCLA can do!

He Had It Coming, presented by GMCLA on April 1 and 2, 2017