Music must go on

Join Our Summer Camp!

Kairos is gearing up for a musical summer camp!  Through daily community gatherings and team projects, this camp will help kids build their skills in the arts, singing, comedy and theater. The camp will culminate in an exciting and original musical.  Dates: June 10-15

“Kairos….disciplined ethereal shine…”

San Francisco Classical Voice

Celebrating Earth Day, Kairos sings a published work composed by a choir alumn – “A Young Composer’s Prayer for Earth,” with photos from his childhood friend

In collaboration with powerful young women from the Kairos community, we offer a series celebrating Black artists, and honoring music’s ability to open hearts for positive change. 

   1. Artists Bring Down Walls – “Joshua ‘Fit the Battle of Jerico” – Jenn Burks
2. Roots, Rage & Risings – “We Are” & “A City Called Heaven” – Emily Fox
 3. Remembering Who We Are – “What a Wonderful World” – Roman Doumbia


Kairos voted Best Baroque Performance

Our joint St. Matthew Passion performance with California Bach Society has won “Best Baroque Performance” in San Francisco Classical Voice’s Best of the Bay feature.

Kairos: [Greek; καιρόs Kah-ee-ros] Time measured by quality; the moment when all things work together in harmony

Kairos invites children to a lifelong adventure in music!

Our choir members embrace the classical European choral repertoire, while also exploring a wide range of folk, jazz, and popular traditions. We emphasize high artistic achievement along with the development of teamwork, social skills, in an energizing and embracing community.

“The moment in the concert…got me weeping, it was so beautiful and tender. They all work together and magic happens; a moment so uplifting in its translucency, the power holds us above our earthliness, even if just for a while.”

— Kairos audience member

Learn about becoming a member of a choir with a 33-year legacy…

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“We are the music-makers and we are the dreamers of dreams… Yet we are the movers and shakers of the world forever, it seems…”

— O'Shaughnessy