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We are proud to be Maryland's longest-running LGBTQ+ performing arts organization.

Our Mission is simple:

  • We are a diverse, open, and supportive brotherhood of singers who strive to serve our communities and foster positive social change through artistic excellence.

We live our Mission through our Core Values:

  • Inclusivity: We celebrate diversity and strive to foster equity and inclusivity across our singers, staff, audience, programming, and the community at large.

  • Community: As a proud part of the LGBTQ+ community, we engage with the Baltimore region and beyond through musical performance and acts of service.

  • Harmony: We are a supportive brotherhood, providing a safe and caring space for artistic expression, constructive feedback, camaraderie, and sharing of life events.

  • Talent: We aspire to a high level of choral excellence with a focus on musicality, vocal health and wellness, and the understanding of music as a universal language, while supporting all our musicians in reaching their fullest potential, regardless of previous choral experience, skill or training


The BMC welcomes all male singers - regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.

Since our launch in 1984, we have performed in many locations including New York City, Seattle, Philadelphia, Annapolis and, of course, Baltimore. The BMC is very proud of its long tradition of providing the Baltimore community with a wide variety of exciting choral music.

Current Musical Director: Caite Debevec

Caite Debevec joins the Baltimore Men's Chorus family and Baltimore community from the Pacific Northwest. She has directed vocal and instrumental ensembles at Eastern Oregon University and Castleton University, as well as community ensembles for all ages. A member of the American Choral Directors Association, and the National Association for Teachers of Singing, Caite is a highly praised music educator, conductor, and composer. She holds a Bachelors of Music from Eastern Oregon University, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Music Education from Castleton University, and a Masters of Choral Conducting from Morgan State University. Caite is thrilled to join the Baltimore Men's Chorus family and hopes to see many new and returning singers this season!

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Incoming Musical Director: Malcolm Washington

Malcolm Washington has served as the Director of Choral Activities at Hammond High School in the Howard County Public School System for 6 years. Prior to teaching at Hammond, he was a general and choral music teacher at Elkridge Elementary School. Malcolm’s love of vocal music began in the black church, where he learned to sing Gospel Music. He later developed an affinity for classical singing through his school music programs in central New Jersey. 


Mr. Washington earned his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Music Education from the University of Delaware, where he studied with Dr. Paul Head and Dr. Duane Cottrell. While at UD, Malcolm was a member of the UD Men's Chorus, YChromes Men's A Cappella group, and the world renowned UD Chorale. In addition to his teaching, Mr. Washington is a sought after clinician, private teacher, and guest conductor along the east coast. 

Join the Chorus this summer to meet our new music  director!

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