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Chantel R. Wright

Advanced Vocal Music Instructor

New Jersey Performing Arts Center

HQ Phone:  (973) 642-8989

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New Jersey Performing Arts Center

One Center Street

Newark, New Jersey,07102

United States

Company Description

New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), located in downtown Newark, New Jersey, is among the largest performing arts centers in the United States and is the artistic, cultural, educational and civic center of New Jersey - where great performances and events... more.

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Choral Director and Founder

Songs of Solomon Inc


Music Educator

DeKalb Chamber of Commerce


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New Jersey Performing Arts Center :: Faculty

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Chantel Wright (Vocal Music Advanced Division Instructor)
Pastor Wright is a native of Chicago, Illinois where she started her career as an award winning choral conductor. She received her formal education at VanderCook College of Music where she received her BA degree in Music Education. Ms. Wright started her professional career in Atlanta, Georgia where she served on the music staff of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, home of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and as an educator in the Dekalb County Public Schools where her choirs performed theFrostiana by Randall Thompson at Carnegie Hall. In New York, Chantel hit the ground running as the new Director of the Girls Choir of Harlem, as well as Minister of Music at the Macedonia Baptist Church in Mt. Vernon, New York. An honor celebrated by few women, Ms. Wright gave her gifts to the young people of Queens, New York as the Artistic Director of the Queens Symphony Orchestra Youth Gospel Choir. Not only did she gather valuable experience as an orchestral conductor, her work with the orchestra encouraged her to incorporate her own non-profit organization, SONGS OF SOLOMON: An Inspirational Ensemble, Inc. The ensemble has toured the East Coast, Florida, Wisconsin, Chicago, Atlanta, Texas, Detroit, Utah, Vegas, and Canada and recently worked with the "Y.E.S." program in Bermuda. Chantel is sought after as a choral clinician nationally and internationally and for the past two years she held voice workshops at the Roma Gospel Festival in Italy. As an envoy for the United States Department of Arts and Culture, Pastor Wright sojourned to Zimbabwe bringing youth together for a week of inspiration at the Harare International Festival for the Arts. She is the recipient of the New York Times Teacher's Who Matters Most Award, Who's Who among American Teachers, The Ebony Ecumenical Ensemble Community Service Award and the Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Award and the Riverside Club for Education. She loves God, Music and Children: her life is dedicated to the pursuit of all three.


New Jersey Performing Arts Center :: Faculty

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CHANTEL WRIGHT, Brick City Chorus Director
Pastor Wright is a native of Chicago, Illinois where she started her career as an award winning choral conductor. She received her formal education at VanderCook College of Music where she received her BA degree in Music Education. Ms. Wright started her professional career in Atlanta, Georgia where she served on the music staff of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, home of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and as an educator in the Dekalb County Public Schools where her choirs performed the Frostiana by Randall Thompson at Carnegie Hall. In New York, Chantel hit the ground running as the new Director of the Girls Choir of Harlem, as well as Minister of Music at the Macedonia Baptist Church in Mt. Vernon, New York. An honor celebrated by few women, Ms. Wright gave her gifts to the young people of Queens, New York as the Artistic Director of the Queens Symphony Orchestra Youth Gospel Choir. Not only did she gather valuable experience as an orchestral conductor, her work with the orchestra encouraged her to incorporate her own non-profit organization, SONGS OF SOLOMON: An Inspirational Ensemble, Inc. The ensemble has toured the East Coast, Florida, Wisconsin, Chicago, Atlanta, Texas, Detroit, Utah, Vegas, and Canada and recently worked with the "Y.E.S." program in Bermuda. Chantel is sought after as a choral clinician nationally and internationally and for the past two years she held voice workshops at the Roma Gospel Festival in Italy. As an envoy for the United States Department of Arts and Culture, Pastor Wright sojourned to Zimbabwe bringing youth together for a week of inspiration at the Harare International Festival for the Arts. She is the recipient of the New York Times Teacher's Who Matters Most Award, Who's Who among American Teachers, The Ebony Ecumenical Ensemble Community Service Award and the Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Award and the Riverside Club for Education. She loves God, Music and Children: her life is dedicated to the pursuit of all three.


In praise of Dr. King | NJPAC

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It was Pastor Chantel Wright's job to loosen lips for the sing-in by warming up the group with vocal exercises and calling attention to lyrics for intonation.
By the end of her visibly exhausting session, the class was cooking on "Lift Every Voice and Sing," "Walking Up the King's Highway" and "Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me 'Round." She concluded with a deep whew and wiped a hand across her brow before asking, "I feel complete! Do you?"


WELCOME TO THE GODSPEED INSTITUTE

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Chantel Wright
Chantel Wright and The Songs of Solomon Ensemble Pastor Chantel Renee Wright loves God, Music and Children-and her life is dedicated to the pursuit of all three. She is the founder and director of the non-profit organization, Songs of Solomon: An Inspirational Ensemble, Inc., and her exquisite gospel choir fires up the soul and transforms hearts, one performance at a time.


CHANTEL WRIGHT AND THE SONGS OF SOLOMON INSPIRATIONAL ENSEMBLE

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Chantel Wright and The Songs of Solomon Inspirational Ensemble
Pastor Chantel Renee Wright loves God, Music and Children-and her life is dedicated to the pursuit of all three. She is the founder and director of the non-profit organization, Songs of Solomon: An Inspirational Ensemble, Inc., and her exquisite gospel choir fires up the soul and transforms hearts, one performance at a time. he Ensemble has toured the United States and Canada and has performed with opera's great Jessye Norman and with Elton John at Radio City Music Hall. Today the Ensemble finds itself as a mainstay at the world famous Carnegie Hall. But most of all, the choir is committed to spreading the Good News. Wright is pastor and founder of Pneuma Ministries in Harlem, and lends her gifts to the vocal music department of the Steinhardt School of Music at New York University. Prior, she served as Director of the Girls' Choir of Harlem; Artistic Director of the Queens Symphony Orchestra Youth Gospel Choir; and is a recipient of the New York Times Teachers Who Matter Most award. A native of Chicago, she received her formal education at VanderCook College of Music.


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