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.

Post Performance: Puccini's Messa di Gloria - Tenor Woojeong Lee and Maestro Leroy Kromm
"Thank you for the beauty that SJSC brings to our valley!"
Jack Ferrante
Jr. High School Principal

Upcoming Events

About Our History

The San Jose Symphonic Choir is the oldest performing choral organization in the San Francisco Bay Area.  More

About Our Auditions

We schedule auditions for the Fall season in September and for the Spring season in January.  More  

About Our Music Director

Maestro Leroy Kromm has served as the Director of Music for the San Jose Symphonic Choir since 1985.  More

"""SJSC has provided me with unique opportunities to perform masterworks at a high level while maintaining a fun rehearsal environment. In my short time as a member, my life has been enriched by both the high level of instruction and the camaraderie among the members. Come sing with us!"
Holden Lindsey
Joined SJSC,
2017-18 season
""What a rare gift to be able to bring art to life, and to share consistently excellent quality music in our community. The San Jose Symphonic Choir's invaluable contributions inspired me to help ensure that the work of these "ordinary people" reaches wider audiences for years to come."
Caroline Hott-Abbott
Attorney, Founding
Member, Tulsa Symphony