The Las Vegas Men’s Chorus creates safe spaces for our community and allies through musical experiences which inspire all of us to be stronger together.
The Las Vegas Men's Chorus was founded in 1993 by a small group of men who simply wanted to sing. Over the next 30 years, the LVMC found itself providing much more than music: a place to create and foster community and safe spaces through live performances. Social justice, inclusion, diversity, and equity are now at the forefront of LVMC's programming. From humble beginnings of 10 members and 30 patrons, we now boast 75+ active members and 500+ patrons in the audience at three fully-produced mainstage concerts annually with many community outreach events interspersed throughout the season.
Our performance history includes World AIDS Day, Las Vegas Aviators Pride Night, Latin Grammy Awards "Los Producers" benefiting the Michael J. Fox Foundation, Las Vegas Pride, Golden Rainbow, Las Vegas Prime Timers, Las Vegas Clark County Library District benefits, Arthur Murray Las Vegas Showcase, and Gateway Arts Foundation. Every year in partnership with the Clark County School District, we perform at "Sing Out: A Tenor/ Bass Choral Festival" intended to bolster confidence and lifelong love of singing in our community's young men. As a GALA Chorus member, we attended the 2016 GALA Festival with over 125 choruses from around the world and will attend this quadrennial event again in 2024.
The LVMC is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.