Victoria Gentry has been singing as a soloist all her life, but only recently began to actively pursue a livelihood in music. She graduated from the University of Colorado at Denver with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Realizing she preferred music, she went back to school at the Metropolitan State University of Denver and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance. She was a board member at the Colorado Women’s Chorale for five years in charge of the choir’s marketing and advertising. A soloist in numerous concerts, she also had the privilege of being the featured soloist on a Christmas recording. She has participated in philanthropic activities, singing at nursing homes and assisted living facilities to bring the joy of music to the elderly. In Michigan, Victoria was the Director of Music at Monroe Christian Church for seven years, leading a group of musicians of different experience levels, partnering with local organizations for Christmas pageants, and singing solos at other area churches. She was the first soprano and a soloist in Musica Antigua in Toledo for several years, and is the lead soprano and acoustic guitarist at an Outreach Center in Toledo. After having taken a several year sabbatical from music to recover from bilateral vocal cord paresis, she has begun a new chapter in her music career, speaking about her experience, God’s miraculous healing, and the hard work needed to sing again. She has led worship at Citylight Church on Saturday mornings, and at Vision Ministries and Ida and Temperance Methodist Churches as a guest on Sunday mornings. She is the music worship leader at several venues including Merrywhether Church on the Farm, Harp and Bowl Events, and has been a guest soloist at several harvest events. She was recently a vocalist during the videography event Abandoned Worship.