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The Kansas City Boys Choir (KCBC), was founded in November 1995, and incorporated as a not-for-profit Missouri organization in 1996. This organization was built on the inspiration and vision of our Founder, CEO, and Artistic Director, Mr. Ah’Lee Robinson, Kansas City’s own national recording gospel artist.
The KCBC consists of approximately 30 plus young men from diverse musical backgrounds in the age range of 9-19 years of age. The KCBC provides a forum for developing and enhancing the mind to bridge communication gaps through music in the classical boys’ choir tradition. Their participants complete concerts, which includes dramatizations, as well as traditional-sacred-contemporary music. Their staff members are volunteers who provide educational, tutorial, social, community and positive citizenship programs to support our young men.
Through music and supportive programs, they are able to teach young men to become successful and productive members of the community. Additionally, KCBC members give back to the community through service projects and/or provide free musical selections that support a variety of causes.
For more information about The Kansas City Boys Choir, visit their website at www.kcboychoir.org.
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