The chorus helped open AIDS Walk Miami 2017 with "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor. AIDS Walk Miami is an annual 5K walk-a-thon fundraiser through the picturesque streets of South Beach. It benefits over 15,000 individuals living in our Miami-Dade and Broward communities who have been affected by or infected with HIV/AIDS. The event continues to be Miami’s largest HIV/AIDS awareness fundraiser and continues to attract thousands of participants who walk for different reasons, but walk together for one common cause: to support Care Resource and the Food For Life Network food bank and its work to prevent new infections, maximize the health outcomes of those infected, and to end the epidemic here in South Florida.
The chorus had the honor of participating in Florida International University's City-Wide Lavender Graduation & Leadership Recognition Dinner on April 24, 2017, a celebration that recognizes LGBTQA students' academic achievements and acknowledges leadership contributions of members in our community. Lead by Artistic Director Anthony Cabrera, the group performed "Bridge Over Trouble Waters" arranged by Kirby Shaw.