Less than a month after she was fired over homophobic remarks, Georgian soprano Tamar Iveri announced plans to perform a National Coming Out Day concert to benefit LGBT groups.

Writing on Facebook, Iveri cheered the violence that marred a Gay Pride parade in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi.

“I was quite proud of the fact how Georgian society spat at the parade,” she allegedly said in a Facebok post that has since been deleted. “Please, stop vigorous attempts to bring the west's 'fecal masses' in the mentality of the people by means of propaganda.”

Opera Australia fired Iveri from its upcoming production of Otello and La Monnaie Opera in Brussels replaced her in its 2015 production of Un Ballo in Maschera.

“Opera Australia believes the views as stated to be unconscionable,” the opera house said on Facebook.

According to Classicalite.com, Iveri's October 11 concert is “dedicated to the victims of all kinds of violence.”

Iveri explained that her husband, whom she described as “very religious,” was responsible for the offending comments.

“For my entire career I have been working with gay people and some of them are very dear friends. All of them can confirm that I [have] never [expressed] a word that might associate me with homophobic ideas,” she said on Facebook.