Mr. Aston Bryant, Piano, Percussion and Organ
Aston M. Bryant has been a musician since the age of eight. He didn’t begin to work with choirs until he reached the age of twelve. Born and raised in the city of Camilla, Georgia, Aston graduated from Mitchell-Baker High School.
Aston joined the Music Ministry of First Missionary Baptist Church while in high school under the pastorate of Dr. I.L. Mullins, Sr. and the mentorship of Mrs. Carolyn A. Henry, the church’s minister of music. He has directed the Cherubim, Chancel, and Collegiate Choirs. Aston is a pianist, percussionist, and organist at First Missionary Baptist Church.
He is a 2014 graduate of Albany State University where earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education with an emphasis in Voice/Choral. While in college Aston participated in the Concert Chorale, Chamber Singers, the 105 Voices of History in Washington, D.C., the Georgia Music Educators Association All College Choir and served as a student conductor during his senior year with the ASU Concert Chorale. Aston is a classically trained vocalist who has performed Oratorio de Noel by Camille Saint-Saëns with The Albany Chorale, Magnificat by Johann Sebastian Bach with the ASU Concert Chorale, scenes from Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan, and scenes from Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II. Aston is a member of the National Education Association (NEA), and Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA). 
Aston continues to serve with the music ministry at First Missionary Baptist Church under the current pastorate of Reverend Jeremy G. Rich. I am forever grateful for the many opportunities GOD has afforded, and I look forward to what is to come in CHRIST JESUS.