South Carolina native, Delvin R. Choice has been singing all of his life. He is an Alumni of Greenville Fine Arts Center. Son of Rev. Willie James Choice and Min. Hennie R. Choice of Simpsonville, SC; and they recall that Delvin came into this world singing. “On the day Delvin was born, he came in the world singing a high soprano that rung out throughout Greenville Memorial Hospital. We knew right then that he was a very special gift from God.”
Delvin gave his life to the Lord at an early age. He is a member of Campfield Baptist Church, in Abbeville, SC where his father is the overseer. Now he resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he is the Minister of Music at Higher Ground Outreach Ministry under the direction of Bishop Rickey Washington.
Choice, has completed four years of classical voice training, he’s was The National Association Of Teachers of Singing first place winner in 2005, and 2006. He also placed first in The Omega Talent Hunt Program in 2005, 2007 and 2008. He’s been a featured soloist for Greenville County Schools. He was chosen as one of the five cast members in The Greenville Little Theatre’s production “Ain’t Misbehavin and The production of Roger and Hammerstein’s Carousal.
This rising musician was also one of the cast members of The state of South Carolina Children’s Theatre’s “Seussical The Musical” and “Pippin” with Fire. (Fountain Inn Repertory Experience).
Delvin is very excited about the opportunities that are coming his way as the Spirit Fest Legend 2009. He is hard at work on his project and look forward to using this as the vehicle to reach the people of God; to let them know that Jesus Christ is Lord.