FOX, ANGELA (b. 1976)

Angela Fox (June 4, 1976 from Minnesota) holds a B.A. degree in Music Theory and Composition with a Minor in Dance from St. Cloud State University. She was accepted into the Vocal Performance Program as a freshman and was a regular soloist with the Concert Choir and Opera Theater. She has toured with the singing group Carpenters Tools, has sung for radio jingles, and recorded backup vocals for various CDs. She recently was a finalist and wildcard winner of the WB television singing competition "Gimme the Mike." She performed at WE Fest, one of the largest country music festivals in the country, in the summer of 2005. Her debut CD Gravity will be released in the spring of 2006.
Fox was a principal dancer, choreographer, and composer for the St. Cloud State Repertory Dance Theater in St. Cloud, Minnesota. One of her pieces, "Shadows of Light" was featured at the Martin Luther King Celebration at Concordia College in St. Paul, Minnesota. She composed music for the St. Cloud State University Drama Department, creating the original score for the production of Tale of the Last Formicans. Fox also worked at Theater L'Homme Dieu for two seasons as a choreographer, dancer and actor.
Fox worked as Music Coordinator, Chancel Choir director, Youth Choir director, and Kids Choir director at River Hills United Methodist Church in Burnsville, Minnesota for five years where she was a regular soloist (vocal and piano) and a featured composer. She currently teaches private piano and voice lessons in the Twin Cities Area and is co-owner of South of the River Music, a company that provides private music lessons in peoples homes and special music programs for children ranging in ages from birth to four.
Known for her beautiful melodies and poignant lyrics, Fox's music has been a mainstay at churches and music studios. Her ability to create the emotion of music in even the simplest of pieces has made her music a favorite for performers of all levels.