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A must-have for your spiritual CD collection! Uplifting, praising, rejoicing music for all! These songs will leave you refreshed and uplifted, singing and humming praises all day long!
Darlene Koldenhoven is a Grammy Award winning artist whose extraordinary vocal abilities, stylistic range and musical sophistication have made her one of the most sought-after singer/musicians in Hollywood
Darlene Koldenhoven is a Grammy Award winning artist whose extraordinary vocal abilities, stylistic range and musical sophistication have made her one of the most sought-after singer/musicians in Hollywood. Her work can be heard on films, television, records, commercials and live events.
Born and raised in Chicago, Darlene began soloing in church at the age of three. She studied classical piano and voice, collecting numerous awards throughout her Christian School years. By the age of 19, Darlene was performing solo with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and with the Lyric Opera Guild of Chicago. She received a Bachelor of Music Education degree at the age of 20 and completed her Master of Music degree, graduating magna cum laude in Voice from Chicago Conservatory College in a single year while teaching full-time in the Chicago area public school system. Motivated by her strong desire to write and perform, Darlene moved to Los Angeles. There, she put her talents to work on hit records for a wide range of artists, from jazz greats like saxophonist John Klemmer to superstars like Pink Floyd, Celine Dion, Kenny Loggins, Peter Cetera, Crystal Gayle, Ringo Star and Ray Charles. As lead soprano in Clare Fischer’s vocal group, "2+2," she received three Grammy nominations and a 1986 Grammy Award (Best Jazz Vocal Performance by Group) for the album, "Freefall." Leonard Feather, jazz critic for The Los Angeles Times, called her "a striking discovery!" Her voice has been featured on hundreds of radio and TV commercials, television shows like "Touched by an Angel," "Walker Texas Ranger," and in the motion picture scores of "Galaxy Quest," "Apollo XIII," "Dances with Wolves," and "Mission Impossible," to name a few. Using her full vocal range as an instrument in the Richard Gere film "Internal Affairs," she improvised the all the vocals in the score as she watched the picture. Not only did she sing and act as one of the beloved choir nuns in Whoopi Goldberg’s hits, "Sister Act," and "Sister Act II-Back in the Habit," she also played the important role of real-life choir director and vocal coach for the choir nun actresses. She even has appeared on camera as the lead nun vocalist spoofing her "Sister Act" roles in the Leslie Neilsen film "Spy Hard."