Rainbow Voices Mumbai (India’s first LGBT choir) performed with London’s Pink Singers (Europe’s longest running LGBT choir) at the NCPA and their subsequent trip to sing with them at the London Pride, this year, Rainbow voices mumbai has invited individual members from LGBT choirs across the world to join them in for their 2018 concert at the Mumbai Pride – ‘Mile Sur Mera Tumhara – Let Our Voices Unite’.
Rainbow Voices Mumbai– India’s first LGBT choir, sing songs of freedom, hope and struggle. The choir has members from North to the south, and east to west of India and have represented India at London Pride 2017 performing along with the Europe’s longest running LGBT choir- Pink Singers. The believe as faith can move mountains, music can move hearts..becoming the voice of oppressed and sexual minorities in India they represent the true spirit of Diversity and inclusivity with love and acceptance.
Founded by Vinodh Philip and Sibi Mathen in the summer of 2014, this choir aims at singing with harmonized voices, anthems, and songs that range from the classical to the modern. All LGBT events, charity concerts, and festivals gets this choir busy with practices.The group brings extremely talented singers to the forefront and gives them a platform to shine.
Rainbow Voices Mumbai made headlines all over the world when they joined the Pink singers an LGBT Choir based out of London to perform at the Pride In London. Ashish Pandya, one of the key members of the choir reflected upon the work of the choir in his words
Venue- G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture ,G5A Laxmi Mills Compound, Shakti Mills Lane, Off Dr. E Moses Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400011
Date- 27th Jan 2018
Time – 7 PM to 10 PM .
Entry – Oops , we guess its sold out completely !!! You can still try writing them here.
75 years ago, Mahatma Gandhi initiated the Quit India Movement to end British rule in this country. In the same spirit, theme for the concert this year is #377QuitIndia Come support them! #RVMPrideConcert2018