Bristol Gay Men’s Chorus Debuts Online

Bristol Gay Men’s Chorus Debuts Online

Newly formed Bristol Gay Men’s Chorus has made their debut performance online due to the Coronvirus outbreak.

Formed in January 2020, the group have debuted their first performance online performing Don’t Worry About Me, originally performed by Frances which charted in 2016.

Born Sophie Frances Cooke, the rising star told Digital Spy that “Don’t Worry About Me” had a personal significance to her because it’s about an individual very close to her. “It’s my way of saying that it’s my turn to be strong and brave for them now, just as they have been for me,”

The Chorus’s performance was recorded individually at home and brought together virtually after rehearsals started in January

Bristol Gay Men’s Chorus is a performance choir which means there’s an expectation that all members will take part in public and private performances, and there will be a requirement regarding commitment for participation in our performances.

The group’s guiding principles and the way in which they expect their members to conduct themselves are based on kindness, tolerance, acceptance and friendship, and as a membership organisation they have three guiding principles – our Three S’s – Singing, Socialising and Support.

More information can be found about the Bristol Gay Men’s Chorus on their website

You can view the performance on the group’s Facebook page.