Be sure to catch us at NWA Pride this year on Saturday, June 16th. Although we won’t be performing, we will have a table set up and welcome you to stop by and say hello. Stop by and say hi or introduce yourself. We’d love to hear from you! You can also sign up to march with us in the pride parade that day. See below for details.
JOIN US IN MARCHING IN THE PARADE: We are also planning to march in the parade as an organization, and are welcoming all who’d like to march with us – whether singer, supporter or volunteer. To be able to march with us, you will need to contact our manager, Jeff Walker, at firstname.lastname@example.org so he can make sure we will have a wrist band for you and anyone who is planning to march with you. This year, wristbands are required to be able to march in the parade. When you do contact Jeff, he’ll respond back with when and where to meet on the 16th.
Whether you are marching or not, please stop by and say hello. Pride is an excellent time to enjoy the diversity that is all around us. Happy Pride, everyone!
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville.
Join NWA Men’s Chorus in a celebration of musical empowerment through songs of hope, healing and transformation. Featured during this concert is the Arkansas premiere of “Prayers for Bobby,” a choral work dedicated to the memory of Bobby, a young boy who committed suicide after being rejected by his family for being gay. It’s powerful musical message has inspired audiences across the US with it’s story of transformation and hope after tragedy.
You won’t want to miss this concert! We’re featuring special guest vocalists, talented instrumentalists, and our ever-growing troupe of talented singers to musically “color outside the lines” just for you.
Join us at Fayetteville Town Center on Tuesday Feb. 20 for a community happy hour! First two drinks are complementary! Drop in from 5:30-7 for drink specials – wine, beer & cocktails featuring fun musical entertainment from our accompanist, Andre Strydom. There’s also fun door prizes, including tickets to Walton Arts Center and Theater Squared, plus more! Hope to see ya there. Check out our Facebook event page here.
Saturday, December 2, 2017, 6:00 pm
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
2925 Old Missouri Road, Fayetteville
There’s a brand new chorus in town and this December is your chance to hear them for the very first time! Join us on Saturday, December 2 at 6:00 pm for a FREE community concert and hear familiar holiday favorites, beautiful sacred works, and some down-right silly fun! NWA Men’s Chorus, the state’s only OUT and PROUD chorus, sings to build community and celebrate diversity through the power of music. There’s something for everyone to enjoy this December as we sing in celebration of “who we are”.
For those who couldn’t join us in August for our Kick-Off Party in Fayetteville, join us on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at The Hive in Bentonville for another meet and greet! Even if you don’t sing, join us at The Hive to learn more about our exciting plans for our very first season. Come meet our director and others who plan to sing with or support us. Hope to see ya there!
Curious what NWA Men’s Chorus is all about? Be sure to join us Saturday, 5 to 7 pm at Maxine’s Tap Room for our Kick-Off Party! Rehearsals begin Sept. 11 and our first concert is set for Dec. 2. Even if you don’t sing, join us at Maxine’s and show your support. Hope to see ya there! Contact us for more information.