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Best Chorus Houston 2006 - The Gay Men's Chorus of Houston

The Gay Men's Chorus of Houston (formerly the Montrose Singers) was founded in 1979, and over the past 25 years it has flourished and grown into one of the finest choirs -- and assemblages of talent -- in town. And through all of its political ups and downs, the chorus has been a constant source of pride for Houston's gay community. More than 100 performers are supported by a 40-member volunteer staff, plus accompanist Joe Tate and artistic/managing director James Knapp. The GMCH's three-program, five-concert 2006-2007 season, "Homeward Bound," will include "Home for the Holidays," "House of Hope" and "There's No Place Like Home." (And, yes, you can expect a few fabulous Judy Garland tunes in the latter one.)
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Vallarie Fisher
Vallarie Fisher

I hanve NEVER had such a hard time finding out about the concert this month in Jones hall called the House of Hope. I am trying to purchase 7 tickets to this production and I have looked everywhere to find it. The Concert was announced in Unity of Huston and I have spent a lot of time trying to purchase tickets. What's up with this?

Vallarie Fisher