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Ensembles


OUTLOUD!

Bob Smith-Trent and Dreck Underwood, Co-Directors

Founded during the 1995-1996 concert season, OUTLOUD! is the longest, continuously performing ensemble in GALA Choruses today. As more of a performance theatre ennsemble, OUTLOUD! is known to perform "out of the ordinary" songs, acapella selections featuring tight harmonies and full song and dance musical numbers. In 1996, the ensemble performed at its first GALA Choruses Festival in Tampa, Florida. Since that time, it has performed at each of the three subsequent quadrennial Festivals and nine Small Ensemble Festivals, as well as at various venues around Central Florida.



MENAGE

Stephen Brooks and Dennis Dunham, Co-Directors

In its nine-year history, beginning in 2004, Ménage has evolved from a 4-member mixed SATB quartet, to its current TTBB formation. The group was established as an expression of four strong, individual voices, with each able to perform as soloists, as well as part of an ensemble sound. With a repertoire ranging from Broadway to jazz and pop selections, members of Ménage celebrate the beauty of the human voice, and hope the audience will enjoy their work.



SPECTRUM

Daniel M. Jones and Carol Studer, Co-Directors

Spectrum was founded in June 2008 by Michael Arthur and Dan Jones to increase awareness and appreciation of music and song featured in film, television and musical theatre. The ensemble premiered at the July 2008 GALA Festival VIII in Miami and made its first Orlando appearance at World AIDS Day in December 2008. Originally a three part men's ensemble, Spectrum has evolved to include multiple female members and uses a variety of voicing configurations.



NOTHIN' BUT TREBLE

Simone Novaes-Card, Director

Founded in the fall of 2010, Nothin' But Treble is the Orlando Gay Chorus' women's voice ensemble. It was designed to showcase the range and abilities of OGC's female members who, over time, have become a substantial segment of the chorus. Nothin' But Treble seeks to demonstrate the versatility of the female voice, with a sense of humor and more than a little sassiness.

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