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San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus performing in Stockton Mach 10 for AIDS Walk benefit

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POSTED February 10, 2012 12:53 a.m.

STOCKTON – The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, under the artistic direction of conductor Timothy Seelig, will be performing in concert at Central United Methodist Church, 3700 Pacific Avenue, on Saturday, March 10, at 7 p.m. to benefit the AIDS Walk San Joaquin. 

The concert features the music of Stephen Schwartz, including Broadway and film classics from Enchanted, Wicked, Godspell, Pippin and more.  Sponsorship opportunities are available for this concert.  Call 608-9255 for more information.

Advance tickets are $35 for reserved seating, $25 general admission ($40/$30 at the door) and $10 for students and seniors.  Tickets are available at Deck The Walls, 6231 Pacific Avenue #4 (474-1591), San Joaquin AIDS Foundation, 4330 N. Pershing Avenue, Suite B-3 (608-9255), and With Garden Flair, 2206 Pacific Avenue, (933-9009).

“We are honored to be visiting Stockton for the first time with such heavenly music,” said Chorus Executive Director, Teddy Witherington, adding: “Our message is music and we thank our generous supporters for making this tour possible. We hope to raise much needed funds to provide lifeline services in the San Joaquin Valley”

The concert is presented as part of the Chorus’ 2012 California Freedom Tour, bringing a musical message of acceptance, freedom and hope to communities around the state. The tour is made possible by support from the James Irvine Foundation, The Bob Ross Foundation and presenting sponsors, Ketel One Vodka and Bulleit Bourbon.

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