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    Disney’s Hit Musical Beauty and the Beast Tells Tale as Old as Time About Acceptance

    Disney’s Hit Musical Beauty and the Beast Tells Tale as Old as Time About Acceptance

    We cannot even type Beauty and the Beast without humming Angela Lansbury’s beautifully sung tune of the same name from the animated movie. Just as memorable and powerful–perhaps even more…

    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus to Become the Ultimate Boy Band Photos courtesy of San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus to Become  the Ultimate Boy Band  Photos courtesy of San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

    Generally, boy bands range from three to five members, but this Pride weekend, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus will become the biggest boy band the world has ever seen…

    Sanctuary

    Sanctuary

    Sing along: “I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony.” I sang along to that catchy tune in 1972, but little did I know the lyrics were…

    Montclair Women’s Big Band to Launch New Women’s Music Series at Feinstein’s

    Montclair Women’s Big Band to Launch  New Women’s Music Series at Feinstein’s

    The San Francisco Bay Times and “Betty’s List” are proud to present a new women’s music series at Feinstein’s. The first show kicks off Pride month in grand style with…

    Tales of Our City: Our Lives, Our Heroes Takes SFGMC and the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony to a Whole New Level of Excellence

    Tales of Our City: Our Lives, Our Heroes Takes SFGMC and the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony to a Whole New Level of Excellence

    Sometimes, we get caught “telling tales out of school.” For you youngsters, that means to gossip or throw shade. Well, there will be none of that “out of school” business…

    Celebrating 40 Years of ‘Tales of the City’ and a New Beginning for Me

    Celebrating 40 Years of ‘Tales of the City’ and a New Beginning for Me

    (Editor’s Note: We are tremendously honored to be launching a new column in the San Francisco Bay Times authored by Dr. Tim Seelig, who is the Artistic Director of the…

    Local Award-winning Filmmaker Teams with Canadian Singing Star for New Video

    Local Award-winning Filmmaker Teams with Canadian Singing Star for New Video

    Bay Area-based filmmaker Stacy Poulos is a one-woman dynamo. For the past 30 years, she has run her own production company, Playback.net Video Film Multimedia. She is also the creator…

    HoliGays Are Here! Beyond the Footlights

    HoliGays Are Here! Beyond the Footlights

    By Dr. Tim Seelig Perhaps you’ve asked yourself, “I wonder what it’s like to be in the audience at a San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus concert?” For me, that’s a…

    Remastering Women’s Music in Political Times

    Remastering Women’s Music in Political Times

    “Gripping” feminist energy literally resulted from a recent meaningful handshake and meeting between Margie Adam and Hillary Clinton. Adam, who is based in the Bay Area and is one of…

    Opera Superstar Frederica Von Stade to Sing Street Requiem in Support of Homeless Choir

    Opera Superstar Frederica Von Stade to Sing Street Requiem  in Support of Homeless Choir

    Famed mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade will join with a mass chorus of singers and chamber orchestra in two California premiere performances of Street Requiem by Australian composers Dr. Kathleen McGuire,…

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