The Kansas City Boys Choir (KCBC) is a not for profit non sectarian multicultural performing arts choir. The choir was founded in 1995 by the Executive Director, Ah’Lee Robinson. The choir was formed to provide an avenue for boys to provide music to the general public in all facets. The choir also serves as a catalyst for boys to learn social skills with emphasis on the “whole boy” with music becoming the by-product. Through music and supportive programs, we are able to teach our young men to become successful and productive members of the community. Additionally, KCBC members give back to the community. Each chorister is required to perform 30 hours of community service each year.
The organization is a volunteer based entity with 15 Board Members representing the community in all areas ranging from education to business. Our staff members are volunteers who provide educational, tutorial, social, community and positive citizenship programs to support our young men and work very closely with the choristers bring a cross cultural of experiences and diversity.
It is the mission of the Kansas City Boys Choir to provide a forum for developing and enhancing the mind and to bridge cultural gaps thru music in the classical boy choir tradition, service and scholarship.