The Cincinnati Men’s Chorus (CMC) is a voluntary, not-for-profit community chorus organized to provide the opportunity for gay and gay-supportive men to sing together.
The chorus seeks to provide social and fellowship experiences that reach beyond the realm of musical purpose to deepen and enrich our lives. Further, we provide opportunities to present a positive image of the gay community to the general public by being identified as an organization of individuals who are making a contribution to the entire community.
From its inception in the summer of 1991, the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus has continued to grow in size and musical stature. In it’s first year, the chorus consisted of 60 men from all walks of life; friends and strangers, young and old, gay and gay supportive. CMC rehearsed and performed for many years at the First Unitarian Church in Avondale. Today, the chorus rehearses at St. John Unitarian Universalist Church in Clifton. Our three annual concerts are held at the Corbett Theater at the School for the Creative and Performing Arts in the thriving Over-the-Rhine district in downtown Cincinnati. In addition, the CMC continues to be a yearly favorite at events ranging from the Fine Arts Sampler Weekend, the Walk to Stop AIDS, and signing the National Anthem for Reds and Bengals games.
Whether you want to sing with the chorus, join our group of non-singing members, or support our continuing mission, there is a place for everyone with the Cincinnati Men’s Choru