Join us for A New York State of Mind!

ImageThe Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Symphonic Band returns to Symphony Space for a dynamic concert featuring music that was composed by New Yorkers or inspired by the city.

Featured on the program will be the world premiere of a new piece commissioned by the LGBAC from acclaimed composer and New York City resident Clint Borzoni.

We are also thrilled to welcome guest clarinet soloist Vladimir Gessen, winner of the very first LGBAC concerto competition!

Date : Saturday, April 11th, 2015
Time : 8:00pm
Location : Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway at 95th Street
Tickets : $25/$15 ; Day of Show $30/$18
Purchase tickets at the Symphony Space website.

LGBAC Marching Band: Locked Out of Heaven

Part of our award-winning 2014 marching set: Locked Out of Heaven.

Big Apple Corps’ “Coloring Outside the Lines” Shines Spotlight on GLBT American Composers

Our spring 2014 concert received raves from [q]

The Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps (LGBAC), our community’s symphonic band, welcomed spring with a delightful concert, billed as “Coloring Outside the Lines,” at Peter Norton Symphony Space on March 28, principally under the baton of Artistic Director Kelly Watkins, and the focus was on works, familiar and rare, by GLBT American composers.

Read the entire review.

Feel This Moment: our 2014 Marching Season!

ImageWe are in the thick of pride season! We are proud that we will perform at an unprecedented 18 parades and events this year, marching to our 2014 theme: Feel This Moment.

Come see us at one of these events:

*Participation in this event is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Welcoming New Director Kelly Watkins, LGBAC Celebrates Yuletide--& Friday the 13th!

Artistic Director Kelly Watkins & the Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps

Photo by Bruce-Michael Gelbert

From [Q]onStage, a great notice for our December 2013 concert:

The Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps (LGBAC), our community’s band, offered a most unusual holiday celebration, mid-December at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Symphony Space, hailing not only Yuletide, but also Friday the 13th. The concert marked the debut of LGBAC’s new Artistic Director, direct from the United States Coast Guard, Kelly Watkins. Sirius XM’s Keith Price served as the evening’s amusing host.

Read the full review online.

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