7:30 p.m. Saturday, 4:30 p.m. Sunday
The Plaza Live
425 N. Bumby Ave.
We all love movie music. Even those who say they don’t hum movie music to themselves when no one’s looking. If you’re one of these secret soundtrack lovers, be not afraid, for now you can love your favorites vicariously through one of O-Town’s most beloved ensembles. The Orlando Gay Chorus, letting you experience your musical indulgences since 1982, is ready for their close-up this weekend at the Plaza Live, as they present their 2013 spring concert, We’re Ready for Our Close-Up: A Tribute to the Music of the Movies. Under the direction of artistic director and conductor Jim Brown, the Orlando Gay Chorus will take you on a musical trip spanning decades through the world of Hollywood music, and by extension, through our own attachments to those films. Whether you hum in secret or sing out loud, this is a trip down memory lane that you won’t want to miss. – Katherine Ramirez Massey
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