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Linda Brincat is the co-founder of Get Out and Live and Get Out Bike, which goes on biking trips around the area. She is also the moderator of the group Artistic Women’s Entertainment. Her passion however is singing. She has been singing since her youth. She had a 6th-grade teacher who loved choral music and taught her students to sing in rounds and in harmony. She also sang in both her high school and college choirs. Linda now sings a soprano as in the LGBTQ and Ally choir Sing Out Detroit after singing for many years with the One Voice Chorus. Since its founding, the inclusive chorus, which includes LGBTQ+ singers as well as allies, has become a community mainstay, performing at many Pride events and hosting an annual spring and winter concert. Sing Out Detroit is a mixed chorus (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass) for LGBTQ+ and Allies. They welcome singers with varied musical skills. The chorus fosters community, joy, and fun! Sing Out Detroit is a member of GALA Choruses, a national organization for LGBTQ+ choruses. It is a 501(c)(3) organization eligible for grants. It is a diverse, inclusive chorus that provides a supportive environment for LGBTQ people and Allies to share the joy of musical performance. The Vision is to uplift and inspire others with our musical performances to bring about positive social change. Get Out and Live, Get Out and Bike, and Sing Out Detroit all really represent the entire LGBTQ community. Members of the LGBTQ community, allies and friends attend the concerts and the 20-mile bike rides.