Gwynne Johnson is a vocalist with a wide breadth of experience in classical, popular, and jazz music. After completing a bachelor’s degree in music at the University of North Texas in 1984, she was a lead vocalist for a popular music group in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area. Leaving her Texas roots in 1985, she moved to the St. Louis area, singing jazz and pop music with local bands as well classical choral concerts with the Masterworks Chorale, which included performances with the St. Louis Symphony. In 1996 she returned to Texas, this time to San Antonio. It was there that she earned a masters degree in vocal performance at the University of Texas in San Antonio, studying with Linda Poetschke. As a featured soloist in area churches, Gwynne was selected to perform in concert as a backup singer with Christian music artists Amy Grant, Steve Green and Carmen in their San Antonio performances. In 2006, she premiered the original music of Sir Anthony Hopkins as a soloist with the San Antonio Symphony. While in San Antonio, she performed and recorded a cd with jazz guitarist Joe Gonzales. The duo was featured on KRTU jazz radio program “Cafezinho do Brasil." From 2005-2009, she was a soloist and a choral member of the San Antonio Chamber Choir, a professional chorus. Traveling full circle, she returned to the DFW area in 2006, singing with jazz trios in addition to classical performances with the Denton Bach Choir and San Antonio Chamber Choir. In 2011, she performed at the JEN Convention in New Orleans with the vocal jazz ensemble “The New Collection." Gwynne currently sings in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area and maintains a private teaching studio.