Welcome to the online home of
Out Loud Chorus!
You just missed our May 17-18 concert -
but we'll be back to entertain you in 2014 - click here for more info!
Come sing with us!
New Member Nights are
Monday, Sept. 16 & Monday, Sept. 23, 2013
7:00 - 9:30 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, Ann Arbor
Many thanks to our concert sponsors!
Hut K Chaats - http://www.hut-k.com/
Kat's Pause - http://www.katspause.com/
Above and Beyond Childcare - http://www.aboveandbeyondchildcare.org
SAMS BASIC CLOTHING - www.samsbasicclothes.com
Common Language Book Store - http://www.glbtbooks.com
Community Chiropractic - 734-995-9777
Martin Heggestad - http://therapists.psychologytoday.com
Three Chairs Co. - www.threechairs.com
Sing Out Detroit - http://singoutdetroit.org/
University of Michigan Spectrum Center - http://spectrumcenter.umich.edu/
The Northside Grill - https://www.sites.google.com/site/thenorthsidegrilla2/
Gretchens House Childcare Centers - http://www.gretchenshouse.com/
Kolossos Printing - http://www.kolossosprinting.com/
Out Loud Chorus is a non-auditioned, community chorus. Most of our members identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered, but there is no test and we are open to all who consider themselves allies of the LGBT community. Really it is all about having fun and working hard together to make good music and put on a great show. And our practice CD's and sectional rehearsals help with learning the notes for those who don't read music.
Come check us out! We're sure that once you meet us, you'll want to stick around for all the fun and the music.
If you need more information or if you have questions, feel free to email us at OutLoudChorus@gmail.com We will be happy to answer your questions.
Out Loud Chorus is partially supported by a grant from:
Dan has an MA in Theater from Eastern Michigan University, BA in Music w/ minor in Theatre, University of Michigan-Flint. Currently an Adjunct Professor in Theatre at Mott Community College in Flint, Dan began his artistic career in the Flint area theatre and music scenes, playing in bands, teaching private lessons as well as directing and conducting musicals for various theatre groups. He spent a few years in New York acting, directing and playing music. He found his way back home to Michigan for graduate school and continued working as a director, musical director, actor as well as teaching workshops in various aspects of theatrical performance. His Masters Thesis culminated in the creation of Flint City Theatre, which he has helmed for a little over a decade. Gerics also has a passion for the art of stage combat, having studied with Joe Daly in New York. He currently lives in Flint with his wife and daughter.