The Look of Love: The Music of Burt Bacharach from the Gay Men's Chorus
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The last date listed for Gay Men's Chorus Performs The Look of Love was Sunday July 23, 2006 / 3:00pm.
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Burt Bacharach wrote the soundtrack for a whole generation, THE LOOK OF LOVE will be a romantic and glorious evening of music from one of Los Angeles’ most beloved composers and will be the must-see Chorus concert of the year for all audiences, young and old, gay and straight, or for anyone who has ever been in love (or had a broken heart).
The Chorus concerts feature production values that rival Broadway theatre and musical choices that range from Monteverdi to Elton John.
“As we conclude our 27th season, we are honored to be performing the music of one of Los Angeles’ true treasures, Mr. Burt Bacharach,” comments Dr. Bruce Mayhall, Artistic Director of GMCLA. “For six decades, his clever and sophisticated songs with their unforgettable melodies, artfully combine elements from a multitude of genres into a unique and unmistakable sound and our subscribers and audiences are going to fall in love all over again with the songs and music of this legendary American artist.”
Dr. Bruce Mayhall (Artistic Director) concludes his fifth year at the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles where season subscriptions and chorus membership are at an all-time high.
The Chorus has soared to new heights with television appearances on Mad TV, Will and Grace and Six Feet Under, release of four compact disks (They Had It Coming, Jerry’s Boys: the Music of Jerry Herman, Red, White and Blues: An American Music Celebration and The Best of Times, a recording of the Chorus’ debut performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall), appearances with Lily Tomlin, Jerry Herman, Nancy Dussault, Malcolm Gets, Joanna Gleason, Marilynn Lovell Matz, Susan Egan, Jane Lanier, Vox Femina Los Angeles, Albert McNeil Jubilee Singers, the Southeast Symphony Orchestra and the Chinese Classical Music Ensemble.