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Charles Anthony Bryant

C. Anthony Bryant is emerging as one of the most versatile, powerful, and technically sound voices of our day. A highly sought after vocalist, orator, pedagogue, composer, and coach, Bryant has performed in houses of worship, clubs, and concert halls, both in the United States and abroad. A resident of New York City, Bryant began singing with his family and in church at the age of two in his hometown of Washington, DC. This small beginning has given way to an increasingly stellar career in music that continues to grow. After completing a residency at Minton’s Playhouse for their Soul Stirring Sunday Nights series; Bryant was invited to Dizzy’s at Jazz at Lincoln Center where he was featured in the role of “Big Chief” for Mardi Gras celebrations with Alphonso Horne and The Gotham Kings. Bryant is also a house favorite at Ginny’s Supper Club of Harlem. Following his appearance in BET’s documentary, “Holler If You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church”, Bryant began his work in activism and LGBTQ rights. Bryant serves at his local church, First Corinthian Baptist Church, in Harlem, NY (FCBC) as Music Visionary and at Park Avenue Christian Church (The Park) as Music Leader. Bryant is graduate of Atlanta’s historic Morehouse College (Bachelor of Arts, 2005), and the Manhattan School of Music (Master of Music, 2007).