Da Camera Singers is excited to sponsor a presentation by
“He Continues to Make a Difference: The Story of Matthew Shepard”
Saturday, April 22 at 2 p.m.
Auditorium at Amherst-Pelham Regional High School,
170 Chestnut St., Amherst, MA.
This presentation is open to all and is free of charge.
In 1998, Matthew Shepard was kidnapped, robbed, beaten, and murdered in Laramie, Wyoming. Lesléa Newman was the keynote speaker for Gay Awareness Week at the University of Wyoming that year, and arrived on campus the day that Matthew Shepard died from this horrendous hate crime. This program uses poetry, photographs, and creative visualization to explore the impact of Matthew Shepard’s murder on the world.
Click here for a Press Release about this event.
(Photo credit: Plynn Gutman)
This presentation is designed to accompany our Spring concert. See below.
Sunday, May 21, 2023
Craig Hella Johnson
Considering Matthew Shepard
Admission to this concert is free as is the case with most of our concerts. To defray our expenses we welcome donations both at the door and with your credit card or PayPal via our secure website (click below). Becoming a sponsor or a Friend of Da Camera is another way you can help. Click here to find out more.
Da Camera Singers is excited to announce that we were approved for an operating support grant through the Mass Cultural Council’s Cultural Sector Recovery Grants for Organizations program. The grant was made possible through a one-time pandemic recovery appropriation secured by the Cultural Council’s partners in the Legislature. Da Camera Singers is deeply appreciative of the support of Mass Cultural Council.