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Time Out says
National Sawdust is celebrating Pride by commemorating the history and future of our city’s vibrant community and by celebrating artists who are creating music and theater with an explicitly LGBTQ+ perspective.
On Tuesday, enjoy a concert by trendsetting countertenor Kangmin Justin Kim, who will present a program of opera and classical songs from gay composers and poets on June 23 at 6pm, including an aria from M. Butterfly.
On Thursday, pianist and gay advocate Adam Tendler perform an original composition “Texas Letters” and “How Now” by Philip Glass at 6pm.
Pride Week concludes with a Masterclass conversation-performance between vocalist Helga Davis, composer and National Sawdust co-founder Paola Prestini and the Beverly Sills Award-winning mezzo-soprano and outspoken gay rights and body-positivity activist Jamie Barton on Friday at 1pm.