Des Moines Gay Men’s Chorus sings Kelly Clarkson

The Des Moines Gay Men’s Chorus sings this weekend at the Scottish Rite Consistory. (Photo: DMGMC)

Fresh off an appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” slated to air Friday afternoon, the Des Moines Gay Men’s Chorus performs a pair of all-Kelly concerts at the historic Scottish Rite Consistory on the north edge of downtown. The program, “Kelly: We All Need an Idol,” features brand-new arrangements of some of her greatest hits, including “Piece by Piece,” “People Like Us” and “Since U Been Gone.”  

We’re “telling the stories of the LGBTQ+ community now, focusing on our common humanity and how we can be the role models we didn’t have,” artist director Eric Shepard explained in a recent dsm story. “We want to showcase those stories so people can see themselves in the work that we produce and, frankly, provide a little bit of hope for what’s to come.”

Get tickets for 7:30 p.m. on Friday or Saturday.

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