Keith C. Wilson has spent nearly 20 years as a music director, instructor, pianist, and vocalist, creating wonderful music around the world. He has been continuously noted for his strong conviction to bringing a high quality of contemporary and standard music to his audiences. He received his formal training at Georgia State University in voice performance. His background in classical, theater, gospel, and spirituals has set him in the forefront of the music community. He was chosen to coordinate and conduct a 5000-voice choir for the Paralympics Games opening ceremonies. On behalf of the City of Atlanta/Bureau of Cultural Affairs Keith conducted the Atlanta Super Choir, performing on several European tours representing the city. Keith is very proud of his work as music coordinator on the featured film “The Gospel”, working with such greats as Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, and Donnie McClurkin. He has served as Minister of Music and Worship Arts for several local churches in Atlanta, GA. He is currently the director of Music/ Worship Arts at Ben Hill United Methodist as well as director of the nationally recognized Majestic Choir of Ben Hill UMC. Keith has made a commitment to designing and implementing organized, creative, and intelligible programs that help build the knowledge and skills of Christians in the performing arts. He is the proprietor of Quality Music Concepts dedicated to the instruction of private & classroom voice and piano. Keith has worked in theater for such productions as, Black Nativity, The Amen Corner, One Mo’ Time, Zion, Theatre of the Star’s Purlie, starring Melba Moore ,Robert Guillaume, Sherman Hemsley. He also toured Europe with the opera “Porgy and Bess”. Keith has recently founded The New Philharmonic Concert Chorale, an ensemble of 36 professional singers with a refreshing and distinct expressiveness that performs a wide variety of music genres.