GAY CHOIR PERFORMS IN THE STREETS OF LONDON
A stunning tribute to the Orlando victims comes from London today.
The London Gay Choir, which has been around since 1991 founded by a group of six gay men, assembled in the streets to perform as a tribute to the victims of the Orlando massacre.
The choir is now composed of 230 members, with 190 singers. They are the best known gay choir in Europe.
They sang “Bridge Over Troubled Waters”, a song written by music group Simon and Garfunkel in 1970.
A large crowd assembled in SoHo, the culture and entertainment area of London, to support of the commemoration of the attacks.
The song reminds us of the good and beautiful things that can come as a result of evil done in this world, and that evil will never defeat the beauty of this world.