The Teatre Auditori de Salou (TAS) will host next Saturday, September 18, the solidarity concert by Barcelona Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC), solidarity for the fight against cancer. The initiative is promoted by the Dr. Amadeu Pelegrí Oncology Association, which works to help people who fight against the disease.
The concert will be directed by Gerard Ibáñez, in addition to the group, it will be interpreted and sung in sign language to facilitate access for people with hearing difficulties by Conxita Paricio, a specialist in sign language at BGMC.
Advance admission costs 12 euros (T3 Hairdresser, Center Òptic Salou and Tati Llenceria and Boutique Madonna de Tarragona). At the box office it costs 15 euros. The proceeds will go to cancer research.
The concert will be at nine at night. Salou has already hosted a BGMC performance in July 2019. The September 18 concert will feature 40 male voices and various choreographies and a variety of choreographies and iconic pop songs and ballads.
The gala is organized by the Associació Oncològica Dr. Amadeu Pelegrí de Salou to raise funds to help people who fight against the disease and promote research. In the entity there are oncologists, nursing personnel, therapists, psychologists and people who fight against the disease.
The Barcelona Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) was created in 2014 as an independent, non-profit, self-financing entity. BGMC offers accessible shows for deaf people and collaborates in various charitable causes.
With their shows they have gone through different theaters and have even performed at the Estadi Olímpic de Barcelona and are one of the most renowned ensembles in Catalonia.