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Heartland Men’s Chorus Names Dustin Cates as New Artistic Director

Dustin Cates was announced as the new artistic director of Heartland Men’s Chorus today. Cates will assume the role starting with the 2014-2015 season, the 29th season for the chorus. A search committee comprised of chorus members, past board chairs, community arts leaders, donors and chorus staff conducted a months-long nationwide search to fill the position. “Dustin exhibited the best […]

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Two Gay Men’s Choruses Honor Legacy of Harvey Milk

Two gay men’s choruses will come together in performances across Missouri to celebrate the life and legacy of civil rights icon Harvey Milk. Heartland Men’s Chorus and Gateway Men’s Chorus will present “I Am Harvey Milk,” March 29 and 30 at the Folly Theater in Kansas City with additional performances in St. Louis and Columbia, Missouri. Written by Tony® and […]

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Men’s Choruses Present Free Concert in Columbia, Missouri, Honoring Civil Rights Icon

Two gay men’s choruses will come together in Columbia, Missouri, to present a free concert celebrating the life and legacy of civil rights icon Harvey Milk. Heartland Men’s Chorus and Gateway Men’s Chorus will perform at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, March 8, at Missouri United Methodist Church, 204 S 9th St, Columbia, Mo. The concert is presented by the University of […]

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Heartland Men’s Chorus Returns to Eureka Springs

OARS is proud to announce that Heartland Men’s Chorus of Kansas City, Missouri, will be returning to Eureka Springs to perform a benefit concert for Ozarks AIDS Resources & Services (OARS) on Saturday, November, 23, 2013, 7 pm, at The Auditorium.  As stated in reviews from Pitch and The Kansas City Star:  Heartland Men’s Chorus “consistently proves itself one of […]

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Heartland Men’s Chorus Announces Season Marked by Growth and Change

Heartland Men’s Chorus has announced its 28th season: a series of programs notable for its scope and variety. It will also be the last season programmed by outgoing artistic director, Dr. Joseph Nadeau. Nadeau will conduct the chorus for its holiday concert in December, and then join the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles as artistic director. The entire season […]

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Heartland Men’s Chorus to Bid Farewell to Dr. Joe Nadeau, Artistic Director for 15 Years

Heartland Men’s Chorus congratulates Dr. Joe Nadeau on his appointment as Artistic Director of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. He will begin his new post in August and will lead HMC’s artistic efforts through the December 2013 concert. A national search for the next Artistic Director of Heartland Men’s Chorus will commence in early fall, with the goal […]

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HMC Presents Falling In Love Again

Heartland Men’s Chorus takes on the ambitious task of examining two radically different periods in German history through song. The 130-voice gay men’s chorus will present Falling in Love Again March 23 and 24, 2013 at the Folly Theater. The concert provides a fascinating glimpse into a period of history often ignored: the halcyon days of gay life in pre-war […]

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“Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945” Exhibition Comes to UMKC

The University of Missouri-Kansas City will host a traveling exhibition from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, entitled Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945. The free exhibition will be on display February 16 – April 10 in the Dean’s Gallery of the Miller Nichols Library. An opening reception and exhibition preview will take place Feb. 13, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. […]

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Hotel Phillips Joins HMC as Underwriting Partner

Heartland Men’s Chorus, Kansas City’s gay men’s chorus, is pleased to announce Hotel Phillips as our Underwriting Partner for our 27th season. This is the fifth season Hotel Phillips has supported the Chorus by providing rooms and banquet facilities for our visiting guests and receptions for audience members. As an Underwriting Partner, Hotel Phillips will be recognized in all Chorus […]

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