Caleb J. Britt


Where am I from?

In July of 2000 I was born and raised in Tuolumne County near Yosemite National Park. My first introduction to music was at the church I attended in Tuolumne County as a child. Their developed drama department had large Christmas and Easter productions that I was in that opened my eyes to the power of music as a medium of communication. I started playing alto saxophone in the school marching band in 5th grade (2010), which I continued to play through college. Around that time I took up piano and studied with a teacher. By the time I was in 6th grade (2011) I had been in my first professional musical (“Gypsy,” young newsboy) and was in a community musical (“Sound of Music,” Friedrich von Trapp) at the school I would attend from 7th-12th grade.

Where did I go to school?

From 7th-12th grade (2012-2018) I studied music and participated in theatre at Connections Visual and Performing Arts Academy in Tuolumne, CA. Each year I performed in a musical and/or a straight show while also singing in choir, show choir, and playing saxophone in marching band and jazz band. In my highschool years I competed with an elite jazz choir called Jazz@8 where I made some of the best musical progress of my life. This group is where I began to wade into the waters of audio engineering and technology.  I continued to explore these musical and technological interests in the music program at Biola University in Los Angeles.



What notable work have I done?

I currently work with John Tesh as an audio engineer/stagehand for his show “Songs and Stories from the Grand Piano.” I’ve had the pleasure of working as one of the audio engineers for Biola University during my time there (2018-2023). I also worked as a worship contractor in the SoCal area for Likewise Worship where I filled in for worship leaders at various churches.