Colin Lett, Conductor
A native of Selma, AL, Colin Lett holds a Master of
Divinity from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union
University, a Master of Arts in Choral Conducting and a Bachelor of Arts in
Vocal Music from Morgan State University. Colin has four musical arrangements
in circulation in the African American Church Music Series of GIA Publications,
Inc. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Fraternity of America, Inc., and a Friend of the Arts of Sigma Alpha Iota
International Music Fraternity, Inc.
Colin has worked in youth ministry for years but finds his
true calling in music. He was formerly the conductor of the Baltimore based
Colin Lett Chorale and the Concordia College Alabama Choir. Colin is the
conductor of the Selma High School Choir. He takes great pride in his students
receiving scholarships to collegiate choral programs. The Choir won first and
second in its division of the 2017 Cultural Arts Center Choral Festival.
Colin’s passion is to change lives with the power of music. He believes his compositions and arrangements are his soul’s grateful expression of the heritage he was born into. His most notable commission is “A Negro Lament”, written for the Voiced Project in 2018.
- Fix Me, Jesus (G-6240)
- Hold On (G-6241)
- I Want Jesus to Walk With
- May the Work I’ve Done Speak For Me