Calebria Webb serves as Conductor of the Midtown Chorale and Assistant Director for the In-School Programs of the Detroit Children's Choir.
Calebria attended Renaissance High School and began her formalized music education experience in the Renaissance Varsity Chorus and Singers under the direction of Nina R. Scott. During her matriculation at Renaissance, she participated in many traveling events, including performances in Ghana, West Africa and statewide college tours. It was on these tours that interested Calebria in Winston-Salem State University.
Following high school graduation, Calebria began her studies at Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It was at Winston-Salem State that Calebria realized her passion for music in schools and the importance of serving the community. Through the University Choir, University Burke Singers, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., she embarked in a variety of performance opportunities and service projects that helped shape her views of her role in society. It was also this experience that further intrigued her interest in new area of performance: a cappella singing, theater, and combined arts. She began performing in venues in an independent rhythm and blues group securing shows in the Georgia Dome and local athletic fields. In 2011, Calebria graduated Summa Cum Laude and received her Bachelor of Science in Music Education degree.
Instead of returning to Detroit, Calebria relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina and began teaching Music and Chorus in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. She found satisfaction and a sense of worth serving in a challenging setting and positively impacted students and families through music in the west corridor of Charlotte.
In addition to the Detroit Children's Choir, Calebria is currently studying at Wayne State University in Detroit.