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Arts Partnership Success Story

Formerly known as the Ithaca Gay Men’s Chorus, Transpose: Ithaca Queer Singer’s Alliance has a new performance in the works for the community this November.  The group has been gathering more members, and now sits at about 25. Their mission is to “create music in a supportive and accessible environment which empowers LGBTQIA+ singers.” 

Transpose received CAP’s Grants for Art Programs for their upcoming performance, Roots and Branches, which is planned to feature not only Transpose, but trans composers.

When asked if this project could expand to new horizons for the group, Nunley said, “With newly composed music, it opens us up to something that we can continue to perform for different audiences!"

Nunley expressed his excitement for the project. "Some of the music will be written and rehearsed with the...  Read more