Chorus honors memory of cyber-bully target


Tyler Clementi was an 18-year-old Rutgers University freshman. He killed himself after his roommate recorded webcam videos of Tyler’s lustful encounters with another man, then invited other students to view them. The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus premieres “Tyler’s Suite,” composed in Tyler’s honor and featuring Ann Hampton Callaway, in Davies Symphony Hall Tuesday and Wednesday, March 25 – 26. It’s part of the chorus’ concert LUSTER: An American Songbook. On this week’s Out in the Bay, hear Callaway’s new song and Tyler’s mother Jane Clementi and SFGMC artistic director Timothy Seelig discuss cyber-bullying, other life and death issues, and the work of the Tyler Clementi Foundation and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus.  Eric Jansen hosts. Live interview airs 7pm PDT Thursday 3/20 on + 91.7FM Bay Area; listen after broadcast at link below.

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