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The Rochester Women's Community Chorus is a local choir. It was founded in 1978 as the Rochester Womyn’s Community Chorus, a feminist group that only performed music written by women. They disbanded briefly in 1984 but reorganized the following year in its current form. Today, the RWCC sings "quality music that did not contain lyrics of an oppressive nature." Two concerts are held each year in January and June.
The RWCC is open to women of all backgrounds and is very GLBTQ-friendly. Roughly half its membership is lesbian and has included trans women as well.
Rehearsals are held weekly at Downtown United Presbyterian Church, where the chorus also has its office.
See also: Rochester Gay Men's Chorus
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