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The Detroit Together Men’s Chorus was founded in 1982 and since then has been performing music around the Metro Detroit area. One of the first gay choruses in the nation, its mission has been the same since it started: “Contribute to, and transform our community through music.” Now, on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 6 p.m. longtime fans and those new to DTMC can see them live at a holiday show at the Affirmations LGBTQ community center in Ferndale.
“Christmas is the time for family, fun and memories! Join DTMC in our journey about everything that makes the yule cooler,” write event organizers. “We’ll have a few goodies to nosh on, too, because as the song says, ‘Christmas Is Delicious.'”
To find out more about the chorus and to purchase tickets visit dtmc.org/events.html.