Originally from Augusta, Georgia, Tripp Carter has always enjoyed singing in choirs and vocal ensembles of all styles. His love for the arts began at a very early age, and in middle and high school choir where he sang with The Davidson Chorale. He learned how to read musical notation and fell in love with singing interesting harmonies.
As a performer, Tripp has had the privilege to work alongside artists such as The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Voctave, and others. Tripp has performed in concerts across the Eastern United States as well as internationally. His voice can also be heard on choral demos for Alfred, Excelcia Music Publishing, BriLee, and Carl Fischer. Tripp is also an avid singer in the barbershop style. Tripp's next generation quartet, Suite Life, qualified to compete at the international convention in Louiseville, KY this July!
As an arranger, Tripp's music is fun to sing and rewarding to learn while still maintaining accessibility for musicians of any level. Tripp is a stylistically diverse writer, having written from Classical to Contemporary in choral voicings spanning from Two Part to SATB divisi a cappella. His music has been performed by collegiate ensembles, churches, middle and high schools, and Grammy Award winning vocal ensembles. Recently, his arrangement of "Georgia On My Mind" was premiered at the 2022 American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Southern Region Conference in Raleigh, NC to an immediate standing ovation! Tripp's music is available through Excelcia Music Publishing and Hal Leonard through the Henry Leck Creating Artistry Choral Series.
Tripp is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree in music at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, focusing on Vocal Performance, Composition, and Music Technology. Tripp is also a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity.