Bell Sponsors S.F. Gay Men’s Chorus Concert, Tales of Our City: Our Lives, Our Heroes

Bell Sponsors S.F. Gay Men’s Chorus Concert, Tales of Our City: Our Lives, Our Heroes

OAKLAND, CA. April 8, 2016 — Bell Investment Advisors has announced it is sponsoring the April 14 and 15 concert of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, Tales of Our City: Our Lives, Our Heroes at 8 p.m. at the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco. The concert features the 300 men of the Chorus, special guest artist Armistead Maupin, and the 65-piece Bay Area Rainbow Symphony, under the direction of Dawn Harms. “Tales of Our City will take the listener on a journey that spans over four decades,” writes Dr. Timothy Seelig, Artistic Director of SFGMC. The show is largely based on Mr. Maupin’s “Tales of The City”, a witty, long-running serial in the San Francisco Chronicle begun 40 years ago, which brought the colorful life and times of San Francisco to the entire world. Tickets: $25 – $75 or 415.392.4400

Jim Bell, CFP®, President & Founder, and Bonnie Bell, Principal, Director of Career/Life Coaching at Bell Investment Advisors continue the tradition of business support of the arts, contributing substantially over the years to the S.F. Bay Area artistic community — including the Oakland Symphony, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Piedmont Children’s Choirs, Oaktown Jazz Workshop, Festival Opera, and the annual Bell Youth-in-the-Arts grant. Mr. Bell, currently serving as President of the Oakland Symphony Board of Directors says “We commend SFGMC as a champion of human rights and positive cultural evolution. Tales of Our City will advance this mission with wit and passion.”

About Bell Investment Advisors
Bell Investment Advisors is a privately-owned, registered investment advisory firm, managing over $500 million in assets. It is in its 25th year of business, offering investment management, financial planning and career/life coaching services.

About San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

Founded in 1978, SFGMC has courageously served as a powerful and accomplished mix of high-caliber performance, human rights, community activism, empowerment and inclusiveness, establishing it as an icon among LGBT organizations.

Nancy Isaacs, Bell Investment Advisors,

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