Colin Williams - England
Colin Williams began singing at the tender age of 3 and at the age of 18 started directing his church gospel choir.
His love of music led to him singing with and supporting various choirs, groups and solo artists such as Graham Kendrick, Avery Sunshine, Alexandra Burke, The London Community Gospel Choir, The Harlem Gospel Choir, Jennifer Holliday, Jamelia, Carlene Anderson, Heather Small, Deronda K. Lewis, and World Wide Message tribe to name but a few.
Singer, songwriter and arranger, Colin has also worked for the BBC, doing such programmes as the BBC's "Songs of Praise" and BBC Radio 2's "Gospel Train". Having worked and toured with various groups and artists Colin has worked with community performing arts organisations, developing and encouraging individuals to reach their goals in the music industry.
A man with God-given energy, a passion for gospel music and with an incredible ear for pitch perfection, Colin works with a determination to draw the best vocal sound out of every student, and to teach individuals to "sing with gusto", which guarantees a truly unforgettable and vocal changing experience.
Colin's director and training career spans over 30 years and includes:
Guest Director for BBC Songs of Praise, Harlem Gospel Choir master class,
Guest Director for Liverpool Harmonic choir
St John's International School Belgium.
Director of United Voices Concert Choir ensemble of 40 voices spanning over 20 years
Director of United Voices Youth Chorale
Vocal coach for Urban Colours youth chorale
Acting Director for Queens Jubilee Baton Ceremony.
Acting Director for The Commonwealth Games Volunteers Ceremony
Backing vocalist for Salvation Army Big Band album
Medgar Evers College Choir (Brooklyn School of Music)
The rest of the musical story is yet to be written.
Colin has 3 beautiful children and is married to Val. They currently reside in Bradford, United Kingdom