Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire at Out and Loud Choral Festival gala concert, Auckland Town Hall, April 4, 2010 singing Happy Ending words and music Mika, a
The Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire sings a wide ranging repertoire of songs in support of the LGBTIQ+ community. Our performances are dynamic and entertaining. We welcome the diversity of sexual orientations, sex and gender identities including and not limited to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex, Queer as well as our straight allies.
Canberra Qwire is comprised of members of Canberras gay and lesbian community. Convenor Stein Alia, who first joined not long after Qwire was formed, remembers being nervous at her first public
Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire performs This is Me Canberra Qwire. January 27, 2019 · This is how much fun you can have singing with the Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire! We start rehearsals for 2019 on 7 February. Come and try it out. No auditions and everyone is welcome. More information from the link below:
CGLQ - Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire. Looking for abbreviations of CGLQ? It is Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire. Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire listed as CGLQ Looking for abbreviations of CGLQ? It is Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire.
Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire. The Q Theatre. Saturday 17th November 2018. Reviewed by Tony Magee. Celebrating their 25th Anniversary, the Canberra Qwire presented a splendid and varied program of song in this joyous and uplifting concert. Opening with a wonderful and bright piece, “Try Everything”, the musical scene was confidently set with powerful and projected singing, tight …
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Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire - Various Voices 2014 Performance at Various Voices Festival, Mahony Hall DCU, Dublin, Ireland, June 2014
1996-2000 - A group known as the S.A Gay and Lesbian Choir started around February 1996. They rehearsed in the Beans Bar, the Mars Bar and the Bowden-Brompton Community Centre, having several directors over the years the group dissolved around 2000. 2001 The choir, as its currently known, was formed in 2001. Red came along from Canberra G&L Choir and began with a new group of singers …
20th anniversary of Canberras Gay and Lesbian Qwire By Louise Maher ( 666 Field and Online Reporter ) Canberras Qwire celebrates its 20th anniversary with its biggest concert yet
Type of event: Performance: Duration: 1 hour: Web page: www.eventbrite.com.au/e/canberra-gay-and-lesbian-qwire-tickets-63367852954: Venue: High Court of Australia
Qwire brings together people from diverse sections of the queer family to challenge stereotypes and build a bridge between Canberra’s queer and non-queer community. Since the founding members of Qwire stood up with pride in the 90s, Qwire has become increasingly diverse, welcoming people who identify not only as gay and lesbian, but also as asexual, bisexual, pansexual, genderqueer, genderfluid, intersex, trans and allies of the queer …
The Qwire is a performance - oriented non-auditioned community choir. Established in February 1993, the Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire has grown from a group of 7 to around 80. Its profile within the National Capital has allowed it to present a positive image of lesbian and gay people to the wider community - countering the misconceptions and prejudices that still exist.
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The Canberra Gay & Lesbian Qwire invited its friends, family and the wider community to a gala ball in honour of its 20th Anniversary. What was promised to be a fun filled night, with good food, great company and plenty of music became an instant hit with everone there getting into the birthday spirit. The room was decorated in Black, Silver and Pink, giving it a fabulous twist on the Qwires