Meet our accompanist

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Chancellor Ross Wyman has served as a choral accompanist for multiple groups throughout the years, bringing strong experience as a director and singer as well.

He is a successful educator in the field of choral arts with previous experience as accompanist for vocal music programs at Roseville Schools, Grosse Pointe Community Schools, and Utica Community Schools.  He has served as the Vocal/Music Director for Henry Ford II High School’s musical theater productions and is the accompanist for the Franklin Community Church and the Madison Chorale.

Chancellor received his B.A. in Music from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a concentration in Piano Performance.  He subsequently pursued graduate studies at Wayne State University with a concentration in choral conducting.  During his time at Wayne State, he toured with the University Concert Chorale in Poland and Germany.

Mr. Wyman has performed in such notable venues as The Kennedy Center, The National Theater, and Lisner Auditorium, all in Washington D.C.  While in Detroit, he has performed at Orchestra Hall, The Macomb Center for The Performing Arts, and the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.  International venues include the Mont Saint Michel Abbey, and on the great organ in St. Peter's Basilica Rome.

He lives with his wife, Amber, and three young daughters in Hazel Park, MI.