Kevin Robison, Voices of Note Artistic Director
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In 2007, I became the first full-time artistic director of the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus – an organization that has dedicated itself to music with a mission for more than three decades. During that time, the chorus has enlightened and entertained audiences through thought-provoking performances, provided an outlet for healing the body and mind, renewed the spirits of […]
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO EXPERIENCE AT THIS WEEK’S PERFORMANCES In 2010, after the AGMC toured with “Shaken, Not Heard: Stories of Gay Men, Faith and Reconciliation,” we thought we were ready to tackle another tough subject: The relationship that gay men have with their fathers. But we were emotionally drained from the cathartic performances […]
AGMC AND THE GENRE OF CHORAL THEATRE In Marietta, GA, there stands a yellow wood-frame country church, complete with a gravel driveway flanked by an old cemetery. Though the current building dates back to the turn of the last century, it is believed that a church of some kind has existed on this property since […]
Last week, the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus said goodbye to its longest-serving singing member, Dennis Nance. One might say his life was cut surprisingly short at age 59, but in reality, it was rich and full for him – and as we were reminded during his memorial service last Tuesday, he lived life on his […]
MEET OUR PANEL MEMBERS Those of you who’ve been following us here or on Facebook may have noticed that we’re hosting a moderated panel discussion after each performance. Erik Milk, great-nephew of Harvey Milk (left) and recently-elected member of the board of directors of the Milk Foundation, will be joining us from New York. Erik […]
As you may know, National Public Radio airs a weekly series called StoryCorps. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. Since 2003, StoryCorps has collected and archived more than 45,000 interviews with nearly 90,000 […]
This week I took some time to sit down with actor Craig Waldrip (left), who plays the lead in I Am Harvey Milk, the centerpiece of our upcoming concert, Singing Out Proud: From ABBA to GAGA. Here’s the transcript of our online chat: KR: I first saw you in “Kiss of the Spider Woman” at Actor’s […]
SINGING OUT PROUD: FROM ABBA TO GAGA AGMC is partnering with several LGBT organizations to present this summer’s concert, Singing Out Proud: From ABBA to GAGA, and we are set to rock your world. AGMC will pay tribute to Harvey Milk (left), America’s first openly gay man elected to public office, who was gunned down […]
If you thought Elphaba had to work hard to save the animals, try assembling a tribute to the music of Stephen Schwartz. While none of us have to pretend to die and go into hiding, the men of the AGMC are going full-steam to prepare for our upcoming performances of “No Rest For The Wicked.” […]
Learn more about the upcoming summer concert, “No Rest for the Wicked” in this behind-the-scenes interview with the creators and conductors. Meet Christopher Repotski, co-creator and choreographer; Melissa Arasi, Conductor of the AGMC Women’s Chorus Project; and Kevin Robison, Artistic Director of the AGMC. Learn more about the origins of the show and what you […]