NHGMC Welcomes You

OUR MISSION is to present quality entertainment, provide an opportunity
for wholesome social interaction for our members, and present a positive image
of the gay community in New Hampshire. 


Thank you for making our 19th Annual ‘Love’ Spring concert a great success!

It’s one for history books. Thanks to all our audiences, our friends and fans, in Nashua, Concord, Portsmouth, and Manchester, for making our Spring 2017 concert series, New Love, Lost Love, Old Love, True Love, such a hit and great success. You were wonderful audiences!

Visit our Upcoming Performances page for our scheduled performances in June, July, and beyond.

On June 3, join us as we sing on the NH State House Capitol steps at Pride Concord

On Saturday, June 3, NHGMC will perform at Pride Concord on the steps of the New Hampshire State House at approximately 1 pm.  Come visit our NHGMC / TD Bank booth beforehand on the State House lawn. For complete information on Concord Pride festivities, click here.

On June 6, see NHGMC sing our National Anthem at NH Fisher Cats baseball game

On the evening of Tuesday, June 6, 2017, join the men of NHGMC as we belt out the Star Spangled Banner from the field of Northeast Delta Dental Stadium to open the New Hampshire Fisher Cats minor league baseball game. Join us as we celebrate our great American pastime.  It’s our 7th annual appearance!

For tickets, visit the New Hampshire Fisher Cats website.

NHGMC to make history June 9 — singing our National Anthem for first time at Fenway Park for the Boston Red Sox

NHGMC will shatter yet another milestone in our history on Friday evening, June 9, 2017,  when we proudly perform our National Anthem at Fenway Park in Boston for the legendary Boston Red Sox as part of Boston Pride Week celebrations. Please join us in Boston for this special occasion! Game time 7:10 pm against the Detroit Tigers. For tickets, visit the Red Sox tickets website.

On June 24, NHGMC comes back to the Seacoast to perform at Portsmouth Pride

Our Chorus is pleased to accept an invitation from Seacoast Outright to perform at Portsmouth Pride, Strawberry Banke, in downtown Portsmouth on Saturday afternoon, June 24. Festivities get underway at 2 pm. Come visit our Chorus booth at the “Pride Marketplace” and come hear us sing. For complete information on Portsmouth Pride activities, click here.

Our huge yearlong 20th Anniversary bash starts in July!

NHGMC’s 20th Anniversary celebrations are scheduled to get underway on July 1 and runs through June, 2018. Each month of our Anniversary year will feature a fun, memorable musical and/or social event. This, of course, will also include a special 20th Anniversary holiday concert series in December, 2017, and special 20th Anniversary Spring concert series in May, 2018! Stay tuned for announcements about some of the fantastic festivities we are planning for our 20th!

July 12: NHGMC sings National Anthem at 2017 Minor League Baseball All-Star game in Manchester

On the evening of Wednesday, July 12, NHGMC is proud and thrilled to accept an invitation to sing the Star Spangled Banner at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, Manchester, to open the MiLB Eastern Division 2017 All-Star Game, hosted by our team, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.  For more information about the All-Star game, click here.

NHGMC featured on NH Chronicle – Channel 9 WMUR-TV

On December 15, 2016, WMUR-TV’s award-winning “New Hampshire Chronicle” aired a delightful feature story on the NH Gay Men’s Chorus and our 2016 holiday concert series, “Holiday Music to Warm the Heart.”  The Chronicle TV crew had interviewed many members and a few of our performances. WMUR’s description of the story:  “Singing out love and holiday cheer … For 19 years The New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus has been sharing their voices, music, and message of acceptance and love with the people of New Hampshire.”

NHGMC President Stephen MacInnes (second from left) and NE Pride TV host Dale LePage (center)

NHGMC President Stephen MacInnes (second from left) and NE Pride TV Host Dale LePage (center)

New England Pride TV broadcasts a story on NHGMC!

New England Pride TV has aired a story on NHGMC!  Show host Dale LePage interviews our esteemed chorus president, Stephen MacInnes. In addition to the story, LePage also airs a brief snippet of NHGMC performing at the end of the show. In the interview, there’s a special call out to legendary first tenor Stephen Valido, the only remaining original singer from the chorus’s founding year, 1998.  Thank you, Steve, for representing us on New England television. New England Pride TV is rapidly gaining popularity and viewership in the six-state region.

WE ARE ORLANDO:  NHGMC sings at NH Vigil for Orlando shooting

Veterans ParkMembers of the NH Gay Men’s Chorus performed at the New Hampshire Vigil for Orlando on Friday evening, June 17, 2016, to honor and express solidarity with victims/injured and all those impacted by the awful massacre at Pulse Orlando. On a beautiful warm night at Veterans Park – the park aglow with glow sticks – NHGMC teamed up with singers from the Unitarian Universalist Church Choir to perform Truly Brave. The men of NHGMC then performed the Star Spangled Banner as the many of hundreds of people in attendance joined in.  Also performing was the NH TransPosition Vocal Ensemble.  

NHGMC makes history performing on live, national television for Presidential candidates rally

It ranks as one of the most wonderful moments in the history of NHGMC. On February 5, 2016, our men belted out the national anthem and God Bless America on live, national television  — broadcast on C-SPAN from the Verizon Arena at the Democratic Party’s McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club Celebration, featuring speeches by candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, as well as Governors Hassan and Lynch, Senator Shaheen, and other dignitaries. Thank you NHDP for the invitation to sing at your event.  Thanks also to all in attendance and all who watched on television. We were so touched by your applause, praises, and kind words. Watch our guys in this C-SPAN video perform at this event.  Never in our 19-year history have we experienced anything quite like it. Enjoy.