San Jose Symphonic Choir is a volunteer choral society of over 100 voices, performing choral masterworks and contemporary pieces under the inspiring leadership of Maestro Leroy Kromm. Upcoming performances in the 2018-19 season will include Puccini’s lovely and rarely-heard Messa di Gloria, Johann Hummel’s exciting Mass in D Major, Mendelssohn’s choral symphony, the No. 2 (“Lobgesang”), and of course our festive annual You-Sing-It Messiah.
Throughout our 90+ years, we have maintained a strong connection with our community, performing in local venues with other local musicians and creating a musical community for our members. The Choir promotes performances of works by local composers, especially those that address societal issues.
Listen to Hummel’s Credo in Unum Deum (2:44)
Listen to Mendelssohn’s Andante Con Moto (1:35)
San Jose Symphonic Choir spreads happiness at the Season of Hope benefit performance for the homeless at Cathedral Basilica of St. Josephs, December 17, 2018.
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