Cincinnati Men’s Chorus History

From its inception in 1991, the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus history has been a colorful one. The chorus has grown in size and musical stature. The chorus consisted of men from all walks of life.

Cincinnati Men's Chorus HistoryFrom its inception in the summer of 1991, the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus has continued to grow in size and musical stature. In its first year, the chorus consisted of 60 men from all walks of life; friends and strangers, young and old, gay and gay supportive. CMC rehearsed and performed for many years at the First Unitarian Church in Avondale. Today, the chorus rehearses at St. John Unitarian Universalist Church in Clifton. Our three annual concerts are through out Cincinnati. In addition, the CMC continues to be a yearly favorite at events ranging from the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Pride Festivals, Fine Arts Sampler Weekend, the Walk to Stop AIDS, and signing the National Anthem for Reds and Bengals games.

Service Awards

Click here to view a list of annual service award winners.

Historical Information

Click here to view a list of our past concert performances.