The Richmond Men’s Chorus under the direction of Tim Gillham will be presenting this amazing concert on March 24th at 4pm in Richmond. The music is all related to bullying and positive youth image. Among the selections are Randi Driscoll’s marvelous “What Matters” featured in The Matthew Shephard Story and Steven Schwartz’s haunting and uplifting “Testament”, with lyrics drawn from the “It Gets Better Project”.  Also, The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC’s incredible acapella ensemble Potomac Fever and Slam Richmond (a youth group of slam poets) will be joining the chorus.

EVERYTHING POSSIBLE:
A Concert in Support of the
“It Gets Better Project”
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The Richmond Men’s Chorus will present EVERYTHING POSSIBLE: A Concert in Support of the “It Gets Better Project”; with special guests, Potomac Fever, Slam Richmond – Youth and Q94’s Jackson Scott.
Directed by Artistic Director and RMC Director, Timothy Gillham, EVERYTHING POSSIBLE: A Concert in Support of the “It Gets Better Project” will be performed Sunday, March 24 at 4:00pm at VCU’s W. E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, 922 Park Avenue, Richmond.

Discount advance general seating ($15, $10 senior (55+) and student) can be purchased online atwww.monumentcitymusic.org at Brown Paper Tickets or at the door ($20, $15 senior/student).

For more information, please e-mail info@monumentcitymusic.org or call 804-241-0446.

Monument City Music
PO Box 14523
Richmond, VA 23221-0523

info@monumentcitymusic.org

804-241-0446

Our Mission:  Musical excellence to inspire, entertain, educate, and unite our communities.

For more information about the choruses visit www.monumentcitymusic.org!

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