John Cavazos

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John Cavazos (known as John Caleb in theatrical circles) is a well-known voice teacher, vocal coach and session singer in the Orlando area. A trained dancer and singer, John made his Broadway debut in the 25th anniversary production of "My Fair Lady" with Rex Harrison. He had was chosen by Stephen Sondheim to appear in a leading role in "Pacific Overtures", in which he received unanimous rave reviews from critics including Frank Rich of the NY Times and John Simon of the New Yorker.

He made his debut at Carnegie Hall with the great Marilyn Horne in the Opera, "Tancredi." John spent a decade on Broadway, National tours, regional theatre as well as appearing in numerous concerts and commercials.

In addition, John also performs with the gospel group, "ReGeneration", and has appeared in concert with the Orlando Philharmonic as well as the West Coast Symphony and is a sought after studio session singer. Originally from Los Angeles, he attended Brooklyn College Music Conservatory in New York as an Opera and vocal performance major and is currently an adjunct music professor at Rollins College in Winter Park Florida. John has been married for 22 years to his lovely wife Annie, a law professor at FAMU and together they co-pastor "Christ the King Church" in Kissimmee. They have two beautiful daughters, Ariel, a senior at Troy State University and Jerusha a sophomore at the University of Central Florida (UCF).

Inspirational Verse 1 Thessalonians 5:24 "He who calls you is faithful, who will also do it!"