The music ministry of
Beryl Quinton
"We who sing pray twice."

 
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The goal of Beryl's music ministry is to promote Christianity and interact with people of faith through their personal family events. The songs included on three CD releases are carefully selected personal favorites, some of which originated from years of participation in a group ministry at her parish church. Others are original compositions and more obscure "finds." A native of New Orleans, Beryl's musical experience ranges from radio/TV performances as a child... to a "doo-wop" group in high school... to her own rock band as a young adult... singing in the "Papal Choir" during Pope John Paul's visit to New Orleans in 1987... from 2001-2004, functioning as Choir Director at St. Louis Cathedral Catholic Elementary School in New Orleans... and, in 2005, singing the National Anthem at an opening legislative session of the Louisiana Senate. "Amazing Graces," Beryl's latest CD released in November 2004, includes two of her original songs and her original arrangement of her father's 1926 patriotic composition, songs of four other "new" composers, vocals shared with her husband Juan, and "back-up" vocals by children who were in her choir. Currently, she is studying pipe organ and loving every minute of it.
     As an independent Christian recording artist, Beryl has released three CD's and a music video distributed throughout the United States, and also to other parts of the world, including Australia, Ireland and China. Her songs/albums are also available for downloads on major internet sites, such as, Napster, iTunes, and Rhapsody.
     Beryl's CD releases and music video have been recognized in nationwide U. S. competition sponsored by the United Catholic Music and Video Association (UCMVA), reaching finalist status in both 2002 and 2005 Awards. Her music has also been accepted by the Catholic cable network EWTN, to be featured in their programming.
      Having survived her own personal tragedies -- including the loss of a child, her teenage daughter, in a fatal automobile accident -- through the years Beryl has poured the emotion of losses and faith into her music. That is what her music ministry is all about... connecting with persons seeking God's presence, and also with hurting souls needing God's intervention in the midst of crisis or tragedy. Fan response to her music validates this connection. More recently, with their home in New Orleans destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and now relocated to Baton Rouge LA, Beryl and her husband Juan are grateful for their survival and recovery from the storm, and also for their blessings of talent, love, and the opportunity to share with others the abundant love of Jesus Christ through their music.

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