Aynsley Martindale

Aynsley MartindaleAynsley Martindale made her solo debut with the Nashville Symphony in March 2007, joining tenor John McDermott in A Celtic Celebration.  In May 2008, Aynsley performed in Washington, D.C. at the National ALS Advocacy Day (Lou Gehrig’s disease) 5th Annual Candlelight Vigil.  She has performed multiple times on WPLN-FM’s Live in Studio C program on Nashville Public Radio.

Aynsley grew up in the Ann Arbor, MI area and is a 1998 graduate of the University of Michigan School of Music, earning her B.M.A. in Vocal Jazz Studies.  Her lyrical yet powerful voice awakens the heart as she traverses seamlessly between musical genres. She sings concerts and recording sessions in various styles including jazz, rhythm & blues, classical, Irish folk and sacred, as well as contemporary worship.

Currently, she directs her own 501(c)3 department of Artists in Christian Testimony Intl and serves as Lead Vocalist and Music Leader for The Table, a new setting for worship at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Nashville, TN.

Aynsley has released four CDs, two of which are available at the Symphony Store: Passage, an eclectic inspirational collection, and Cradle: A Collection of Lullabies from Around the World.  Her most recent release, Rhythm and Songs, features her jazz vocals with JJ Saint James Band and is available at www.aynsleysings.com.

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