DELEGATE REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
For Individual Singers and Non-Singers
Online Early Delegate Registration is now open. In order to perform at Festival 2016, an individual member of a chorus must be registered as a Delegate, as well as a member of the performing chorus. Non-singers who plan to see multiple concert blocks may also find it to their advantage to register as a delegate, rather than buying separate tickets to multiple events.
There will be no paper registration - all delegates must be registered through the Integra Planner application. Delegates may register themselves by creating an account in Integra, or through bulk registration by a chorus Administrator, typically the Chorus Manager or Festival Liaison. Each account username is an email address unique to a single user. To access Integra, go to https://galachoruses.integraplanner.net/Reg.
When a new account is created, the delegate will be sent an email message from Integra Planner with a link to set their password. Action must be taken within 24 hours else the password will expire and will need to be reset again.
Review your contact information carefully, as all entered information - including salutations, initials, suffixes. "known as" nicknames - will appear on your Registration Badge.
During the registration process, you will be prompted to enter/verify your Contact information and Organisation (chorus) affiliation. You will also be asked the following questions:
Will you be performing?
Do you have any accessibility requirements?
After saving your information you will be required to open an Invoice, and select a Payment method. Payments may be made online with a credit card (administered by PayPal), or Offline by check. In order to secure Early Registration prices, full payment must be made by November 30, 2015. Prices for both Regular and Senior registration will increase on December 1.
Delegate Registration Rates (USD)
Early - May 26 through Nov 30, 2015: $225
Regular - Dec 1 through Mar 31, 2016: $265
Late - April 1 through June 30, 2016: $299
Youth / Disabled - through June 30, 2016: $150
Senior Early - May 26 through Nov 30: $165
Senior Regular - Dec 1 through Mar 31: $175
Senior Late - April 1 - June 30: $185
How to Register Video
Wake Up and Hear the Music
The idea of morning Coffee Concerts was instituted for the 2012 GALA Festival. It's a way for choruses to present a longer, more fully produced set of music than the usual 30-minute no-frills performance.
Nine GALA choruses have been selected by committee to showcase auditioned works that offer multi-disciplinary performance, new commissions, and/or especially unique programming.
Anna Crusis Women's Chorus - 2 Lips: Stronger for the Struggle
Transcending culture, time and communities, ANNA sings of freedom and a joyful future in which all voices are heard.
Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus - When I Was Your Age: Our Fathers. Their Sons. Real Stories.
AGMC explores the unique relationship between fathers and sons in this compelling work of choral theatre.
Boston Gay Men's Chorus - #BGMCTour of the Middle East
BGMC commissioned a multi-movement song cycle about peace by Joshua Shank for their 2015 Middle East tour. Lyrics were crowd-sourced with chorus members' thoughts about when they were most at peace.
Columbus Gay Men's Chorus - Finding OZ
A musical production explores youth bullying and how bystanders can become upstanders.
Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles - Mano a Mano: Where Los Angeles and Havana Meet
Enjoy a high-energy concert of Cubano-Latino and American music performed by GMCLA and a new gay men's chorus from Havana, Mano a Mano.
Gay Men's Chorus of Washington DC - Carmina Burana
Experience Carl Orf's iconic Carmina Burana performed with a message of universal love.
Seattle Women's Chorus - We Can Do It!
A new musical highlighting the accomplishments and progress made by American women during World War II.
Tone Cluster - Quite a Queer Choir - We Got Issues
A Canadian Queer Choir's Guide to Being a Royal Pain in the Ass
Twin Cities' Gay Men's Chorus - Two Boys Kissing
A chorus of men who died of AIDS observe today's queer teens as they navigate love, coming out, self-acceptance and belonging.